Haha! Good beer will go fast. I'm brewing one gallon batches right now. I've got a long ways to go to get to 70 bottles.Years ago, I received a great Christmas gift.
A coupon/pass to brew my own beer.
I brewed a high alcahol beer and brought 70+ bottles to a New Years Eve party.
They were gone in the first few minutes.
I've been brewing fruit wines and meads for a few years now, Beers are a much faster turnover brew. My 3rd brew was a BIAB SMaSH that is in the fermenter now. Brewing with grains feels much more natural that using extracts. It's a fun hobby so far.Been brewing for 30 years - 577 batches and still counting! I'm a better brewer than I am a guitar player and have a LOT less money invested in equipment than I do guitars, amps and pedals.
The song was good...lots of reverb (which I like) and made me want to have a beer...although I should probably wait until at least noon.
Not out of the mainstream beer label book, that's for sure!For sure! Caribou Slobber (the beer) is a clone recipe of Moose Drool, which is a commercially available craft beer. Where in the heck do they get these names?