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[15 Jul 2013 | No Comment | ]
Berliner Weisse Pancakes With Himbeersirup

In my closet at home, there are more than 50 bottles of homebrewed Berliner Weisse with which I’ve been wondering what the hell to do.

Drink them, of course. But as few of my friends have a taste for this dry, sour wheat beer, it’s going to take me a while to finish them. So, last Monday, I started looking into alternative uses.

The answer lay inside two magazines on my coffee table.

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[4 Jul 2013 | No Comment | ]
Dogfish Head Sixty-One

There are so many recommendations out there for hot weather/July 4th/summer beers (I’ve contributed my own), and so when I chose this one, it was with the intention of breaking with the trend.

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[27 Jun 2013 | No Comment | ]
Red Hook Black Lobstah Lager

My wife and I spent our honeymoon in Bar Harbor, Maine, where I made the worst ice cream decision of my life.

I chose the novelty option: Lobster ice cream. After 5 minutes, those frozen chunks of crustacean thawing amid a gloppy mess of cream ended up in the nearest garbage can. Not even the squirrels would touch it.

I kept thinking of this when I tried Red Hook’s Black Lobstah Lager.

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[20 Jun 2013 | No Comment | ]
CBC Sgt. Pepper Saison

Farmhouse beers (aka saison) can typically do without the spice. The proper yeast and malt bill will provide plenty of spice and fruit complexity. But Cambridge Brewing Co.’s Sgt. Pepper was an intriguing experiment.

Four types of peppercorns, enhanced by “spicy hops” and rye make for a bold, palate tingling beer. But it was too much.