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New Winter Ale Home Brew

Discussion in 'Homebrewing' started by wilsonpj, Dec 2, 2009.

  1. wilsonpj

    wilsonpj [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Just got done with my new winter ale, basically my brown ale recipe with some added spices and the such, can't wait till its ready. smells awesome like pumpkin pie mixed with ginger cookies.
     
  2. Agent475

    Agent475 "Mark It Zero"

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    Congrats! Sounds awesome!
     
  3. NorthXNorthwest

    NorthXNorthwest Well-Known Member

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    I can go for a good winter now and then. TBH I enjoy ood non-domestic session beers.

    That being said I am always a fan of trying small batch brews regardless of the flavors. (Unless its spruce tops instead of hops...yuck!)

    My wife tried making a beer and I helped her. She made a sweet smoked porter.

    It was almost unbearable at first but after a few months it really mellowed, at about 9 months it was delicious. It has been a year and a half now and we have one more 22 left. Im thinking it will be pretty prime!
     
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