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Biakababrewka is hilarious. Rohberon?
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Crisler would be the name of a darker beer
You seem to be well versed in brewing your own beer. I have done it myself a handful of times (not always successfully). Unfortunately it usually turns out to taste not very good and is more like a malt liquor. Do you know of any resources that I can read, or any tips of how I can get better?
Just name it "2008-2009" and make it really fucking bitter.
Bo's Blue Ale
Victors Stout Ale
Big House Brew (pale ale)
Marques Slocum's F*ck Lion Lager.
What kind of hops to use?
"it dont matta cuz i hope those hops know ima be playa 4 life"
Zoltan's Imperial Stout (or IPA)
This beer doesn’t have that ability to cry
Down-in-Front Key Jangling Old Ale
Mike DeBord's Predictably Vanilla Stout
Relabel some Mamma Mia Pizza Beer and call it the Gittleson Weight Gain Special Ale
The Cream The Cream The Cream (a cream ale)
Lloyd's Light Lager -- "The strength of the wolf is the six pack"
West Virginia Toothless BarleyWhine
Goes down so fast you'll want another yesterday.
put in a clear bottle with a blue block M.
regardless of whether any beer by the name actually exists.
I'd wear a shirt proclaiming Zoltan's Imperial Stout to a job interview.
Carcajous Imperial Porter... with a ravenous Wolverine on the label.
1.) Brew a generic lager
2.) Obtain Miller Light bottles and a sharpie.
True Blue Ale
This one is all mine, better not steal the name:
'Desmond Howard Hello Heisman Hefeweizen'
O LET BREW IT
Large body, small head.
My friend and I brewed up some porter for a fourth party a few years back, named it "Born on the Fourth of July Alabama Blacksnake" always kind of liked that name. I don't know what this has to do with a Michigan beer, just liked the name...Yeah, Ale to the Victors sounds nice.
Porter or stout, and call it...
Denard's Dilithium Dark
A high alcohol content Belgian style pale ale
This is a great thread...
malt liquor and call it Olde Coner's Medicine.
Barweiss, a high-alcohol content, extremely hopped wheat beer
Moxie - A light bodied IPA with unexpectedly powerful taste.
Shoelace Stout (or Shoelace Scotch Ale) - If you drink enough, you'll feel like you're made of dilithium too.
Brandon's Dram - A robust, high gravity porter that will lay you out before you know what hit you
Rollicking Brew - A sparkling ale that will make you reel (in a good way).
Winged Helmet Wit - Look, our bottle's got wings!
Biere de Garde-ner - A bit rough and immature right now, but give it a year or two to age, and it will win championships.
Schadenfreude Imperial Stout - Black as sin, filled with the rich flavor of roasted malt and Jim Tressel's broken dreams.
Apollo 15 Ale
Chocolate Stout - Barwis Milk
just make the most incredible tasting beer that alway surprises you with how good it is and name it The Notorious C.O.N.E. cuz he always surprises us with all his amazing talents Rapper, actor, director, best QB ever.)
Well it's going to be tough to beat Ale to the Victors..I really like that one. I'm thinking an IPA. Maybe use a small amount of flaked Maize in the process.
hunks of metal ala goldschläger, or just floating bits of grass seed? Either way I'm confused.
basically the first part of the process in making beer is "steeping" the grains. This is basically like making tea. You put your specialty grains (flaked maize) in a cheesecloth and steep it in hot water, just like making tea. So there will be no chunks..
Why rob yourself of a great beer-drinking experience?
Edit: already mentioned, sorry.
MGoLager works too.
Name it Maized and Confused
Ty's Wheatley #6
Imperial Zoltan Stout.
Thanks to everyone who posted. The winner is listed in the original post. I may need help designing a label also. If anyone is interested e-mail me at email@example.com.
Let's just hope the beer is as good as the thread that named it.
Are you gonna have a batch available this fall for those of us who would never be able to turn down a beer called "Ale to the Victors"?
My first batch will be 5 gallons, which yields a little over 2 cases. After I taste that batch, there may be some tweaking. I will try to have some ready for the UConn game if anyone is attending it. I figured if I make 10 gallons, that should be enough to at least give everyone a bottle. Hopefully, a pretty cool bottle. I normally ask for them back so I can sanitize them and reuse them, but I will make an exception for this occasion. Good news is that I have a few months to get it right! I'm actually growing my own hops this year. So next year's batch could be brewed with Michigan grown hops. They won't be ready until August which will be far too late for this batch.