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Exclamation How about you Corona spreadin fools get your ship together?
Seriously... what is your major malfunction?
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(11-07-2020 03:45 PM)MU ATO Wrote:  Seriously... what is your major malfunction?

Hell, ATO, don’t underestimate a meal of a shiny salted handrail.
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If you noticed, we didn’t have Cumberlander and a few others today. The ‘vid is everywhere.
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Somebody is giving away Coronas? Got any Dos Equis?
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(11-07-2020 05:49 PM)OptimisticOwl Wrote:  Somebody is giving away Coronas? Got any Dos Equis?

And like most of the world's great beers, even Corona and Dos Equis were originally started by German immigrants. You're welcome, Mexico.
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(11-07-2020 06:16 PM)Volkmar Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 05:49 PM)OptimisticOwl Wrote:  Somebody is giving away Coronas? Got any Dos Equis?

And like most of the world's great beers, even Corona and Dos Equis were originally started by German immigrants. You're welcome, Mexico.

Since I have both German and Mexican ancestry, I am covered politically either way.
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Belgian beers FTW.
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(11-07-2020 09:41 PM)rileylives Wrote:  Belgian beers FTW.

Or Dutch.
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(11-07-2020 09:43 PM)goliath74 Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 09:41 PM)rileylives Wrote:  Belgian beers FTW.

Or Dutch.

LOL @ the Dutch.

Seriously though, Germany's very strict Reinheitsgebot (purity law), which governs what can go into the beer brewed in Germany and is over 500 years old, probably holds Germany back from being #1, though it's definitely a top 3-5 overall. The good thing about the Reinheitsgebot is that it ensures high quality and stops the addition of various additives and other chemicals. The bad thing is that it disallows today's fashionable flavorings such as rye, herbs, spices, coffee or fruit.

Most of the oldest breweries in the world are in Germany though, including what's generally considered to be the oldest of them all (Weihenstephan, established in 1040), but some of the youngest brewers in Germany are frustrated by the ancient Reinheitsgebot and are starting to challenge it.
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RE: How about you Corona spreadin fools get your ship together?
(11-07-2020 11:06 PM)Volkmar Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 09:43 PM)goliath74 Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 09:41 PM)rileylives Wrote:  Belgian beers FTW.

Or Dutch.

LOL @ the Dutch.

Seriously though, Germany's very strict Reinheitsgebot (purity law), which governs what can go into the beer brewed in Germany and is over 500 years old, probably holds Germany back from being #1, though it's definitely a top 3-5 overall. The good thing about the Reinheitsgebot is that it ensures high quality and stops the addition of various additives and other chemicals. The bad thing is that it disallows today's fashionable flavorings such as rye, herbs, spices, coffee or fruit.

Most of the oldest breweries in the world are in Germany though, including what's generally considered to be the oldest of them all (Weihenstephan, established in 1040), but some of the youngest brewers in Germany are frustrated by the ancient Reinheitsgebot and are starting to challenge it.

I like Weihenstephan. Yes, very solid beer history volk, +2.

I like ale. It's much easier to brew, much quicker to brew, and as you noted, can easily add character to the flavor notes.

Germany can do pilsner and lager well. However, I'm a Belgian Ale guy right now. Ask me in five years, and my palate may change.

I used to love IPA's, now not so much.

And Dutch, huh? What's the general profile of Dutch beer?
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RE: How about you Corona spreadin fools get your ship together?
(11-07-2020 11:21 PM)rileylives Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 11:06 PM)Volkmar Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 09:43 PM)goliath74 Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 09:41 PM)rileylives Wrote:  Belgian beers FTW.

Or Dutch.

LOL @ the Dutch.

Seriously though, Germany's very strict Reinheitsgebot (purity law), which governs what can go into the beer brewed in Germany and is over 500 years old, probably holds Germany back from being #1, though it's definitely a top 3-5 overall. The good thing about the Reinheitsgebot is that it ensures high quality and stops the addition of various additives and other chemicals. The bad thing is that it disallows today's fashionable flavorings such as rye, herbs, spices, coffee or fruit.

Most of the oldest breweries in the world are in Germany though, including what's generally considered to be the oldest of them all (Weihenstephan, established in 1040), but some of the youngest brewers in Germany are frustrated by the ancient Reinheitsgebot and are starting to challenge it.

I like Weihenstephan. Yes, very solid beer history volk, +2.

I like ale. It's much easier to brew, much quicker to brew, and as you noted, can easily add character to the flavor notes.

Germany can do pilsner and lager well. However, I'm a Belgian Ale guy right now. Ask me in five years, and my palate may change.

I used to love IPA's, now not so much.

And Dutch, huh? What's the general profile of Dutch beer?

A green bottle with "Heineken" on it?
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RE: How about you Corona spreadin fools get your ship together?
(11-07-2020 11:21 PM)rileylives Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 11:06 PM)Volkmar Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 09:43 PM)goliath74 Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 09:41 PM)rileylives Wrote:  Belgian beers FTW.

Or Dutch.

LOL @ the Dutch.

Seriously though, Germany's very strict Reinheitsgebot (purity law), which governs what can go into the beer brewed in Germany and is over 500 years old, probably holds Germany back from being #1, though it's definitely a top 3-5 overall. The good thing about the Reinheitsgebot is that it ensures high quality and stops the addition of various additives and other chemicals. The bad thing is that it disallows today's fashionable flavorings such as rye, herbs, spices, coffee or fruit.

Most of the oldest breweries in the world are in Germany though, including what's generally considered to be the oldest of them all (Weihenstephan, established in 1040), but some of the youngest brewers in Germany are frustrated by the ancient Reinheitsgebot and are starting to challenge it.

I like Weihenstephan. Yes, very solid beer history volk, +2.

I like ale. It's much easier to brew, much quicker to brew, and as you noted, can easily add character to the flavor notes.

Germany can do pilsner and lager well. However, I'm a Belgian Ale guy right now. Ask me in five years, and my palate may change.

I used to love IPA's, now not so much.

And Dutch, huh? What's the general profile of Dutch beer?

Very kind of you to give me the +2. The truth is that I don't even like beer. I just never developed a taste for it. LOL

I was born in Germany to a German mother and American father and lived there for about 13 years growing up, so most people are shocked when I tell 'em I don't even drink beer. The reason I know some stuff about German beer and its history though is just out of a desire to learn more about something that's frankly a huge thing in my native country.

As far as Dutch beer goes, I've never tried it and have never even read anything about it, but I'm 54 years old and have never personally known anyone who felt that Dutch beer was the best or even among the best they've had. We all have different palates, and as you mentioned, they change over time, so I'm sure there are people out there who love Dutch beer; I've just never met one. Belgian has definitely been mentioned before though.
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clt says an actual kolsch from koln is all you need.
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For Dutch, I like Amstel Lt just fine. Heineken is meh. What they lack in vibrant flavor though, they are still rock-solid consistent wherever you find them. Tradeoffs I guess.

For Kolsch, gotta be Gaffel, Reissdorf, or Fruh. Bonus points for good presentation if you have some stange glasses to serve it in.
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(11-07-2020 11:49 PM)goliath74 Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 11:21 PM)rileylives Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 11:06 PM)Volkmar Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 09:43 PM)goliath74 Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 09:41 PM)rileylives Wrote:  Belgian beers FTW.

Or Dutch.

LOL @ the Dutch.

Seriously though, Germany's very strict Reinheitsgebot (purity law), which governs what can go into the beer brewed in Germany and is over 500 years old, probably holds Germany back from being #1, though it's definitely a top 3-5 overall. The good thing about the Reinheitsgebot is that it ensures high quality and stops the addition of various additives and other chemicals. The bad thing is that it disallows today's fashionable flavorings such as rye, herbs, spices, coffee or fruit.

Most of the oldest breweries in the world are in Germany though, including what's generally considered to be the oldest of them all (Weihenstephan, established in 1040), but some of the youngest brewers in Germany are frustrated by the ancient Reinheitsgebot and are starting to challenge it.

I like Weihenstephan. Yes, very solid beer history volk, +2.

I like ale. It's much easier to brew, much quicker to brew, and as you noted, can easily add character to the flavor notes.

Germany can do pilsner and lager well. However, I'm a Belgian Ale guy right now. Ask me in five years, and my palate may change.

I used to love IPA's, now not so much.

And Dutch, huh? What's the general profile of Dutch beer?

A green bottle with "Heineken" on it?

I've never liked Heineken.
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(11-08-2020 03:21 PM)rileylives Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 11:49 PM)goliath74 Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 11:21 PM)rileylives Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 11:06 PM)Volkmar Wrote:  
(11-07-2020 09:43 PM)goliath74 Wrote:  Or Dutch.

LOL @ the Dutch.

Seriously though, Germany's very strict Reinheitsgebot (purity law), which governs what can go into the beer brewed in Germany and is over 500 years old, probably holds Germany back from being #1, though it's definitely a top 3-5 overall. The good thing about the Reinheitsgebot is that it ensures high quality and stops the addition of various additives and other chemicals. The bad thing is that it disallows today's fashionable flavorings such as rye, herbs, spices, coffee or fruit.

Most of the oldest breweries in the world are in Germany though, including what's generally considered to be the oldest of them all (Weihenstephan, established in 1040), but some of the youngest brewers in Germany are frustrated by the ancient Reinheitsgebot and are starting to challenge it.

I like Weihenstephan. Yes, very solid beer history volk, +2.

I like ale. It's much easier to brew, much quicker to brew, and as you noted, can easily add character to the flavor notes.

Germany can do pilsner and lager well. However, I'm a Belgian Ale guy right now. Ask me in five years, and my palate may change.

I used to love IPA's, now not so much.

And Dutch, huh? What's the general profile of Dutch beer?

A green bottle with "Heineken" on it?

I've never liked Heineken.

I just like beer.
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(11-08-2020 07:47 AM)ghostofclt! Wrote:  clt says an actual kolsch from koln is all you need.

While I enjoyed the Kolsch in Koln, give me a 49ers Kolsch from Armored Cow Brewery next to campus while I am getting my ship together.

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'OptimisticOwl’ Wrote:I just like beer.

Brett, that you??
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(11-07-2020 09:41 PM)rileylives Wrote:  Belgian beers FTW.

As a Belgian, I give this comment a thumbs up.
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'OptimisticOwl’ Wrote:I just like beer.

Brett, that you??

sometimes it makes me feel mellow
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