Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Wed Jan 12, 2011 10:05 pm

I think Jamil should do a CYBI of the actual original CLAMBIC!

http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/Content?oid=23562

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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Fri Jan 21, 2011 1:33 pm

Victory's Hop Wallop!

I love this beer but now I have trouble finding it in Chicago...

Thanks!
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Fri Mar 04, 2011 6:10 am

For the love of god - Timothy Taylor's Landlord!!
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Sat Mar 05, 2011 12:17 pm

I would love to see an Aecht Schlenkerla!
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Tue Mar 08, 2011 10:50 pm

urbanBrewer wrote:Victory's Hop Wallop!

I love this beer but now I have trouble finding it in Chicago...

Thanks!


yes this^^ c'mon TTLL already
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Wed Mar 09, 2011 5:15 am

BDawg wrote:I think Jamil should do a CYBI of the actual original CLAMBIC!

http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/Content?oid=23562

What says the Army?

Only if he uses JP's yeast. :unicornrainbow:
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Wed Mar 09, 2011 7:41 am

urbanBrewer wrote:Victory's Hop Wallop!

I love this beer but now I have trouble finding it in Chicago...

Thanks!



I definitely agree, but doubt you'll see it. Jamil seems hellbent on only selecting beers he's interested in and of course, beers that the brewer will talk about.

I'd be more interested in the show if it attempted to clone the beers we're the most interested in, even if the brewer won't provide info. I am sure some of the most popular requests for the show are beers from Bell's, Three Floyd's, Victory, Goose Island and Belgian breweries where they simply won't give out the recipe.

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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Wed Mar 09, 2011 8:05 am

Datamike wrote:
urbanBrewer wrote:Victory's Hop Wallop!

I love this beer but now I have trouble finding it in Chicago...

Thanks!



I definitely agree, but doubt you'll see it. Jamil seems hellbent on only selecting beers he's interested in and of course, beers that the brewer will talk about.

I'd be more interested in the show if it attempted to clone the beers we're the most interested in, even if the brewer won't provide info. I am sure some of the most popular requests for the show are beers from Bell's, Three Floyd's, Victory, Goose Island and Belgian breweries where they simply won't give out the recipe.

Michael


I don't think that is a fair statement, even though I live in the midwest and love some of the beers you mentioned above. I think Jamil and the rest of the gang try to do their best to get a well rounded selection from all over the place. Now, I don't doubt that some of them are ones that the BN crew love themselves, and why shouldn't it be so. Also, it is a radio show, so, there are other considerations besides just the beer. I would think that having a brewer that is willing to share some information and participate in an interview would be a prerequsite, which I understand teh reason behind. They are trying to produce a quailty internet radio show.

Also, I am not sure your statement "I am sure some of the most popular requests for the show are beers from Bell's, Three Floyd's, Victory, Goose Island and Belgian breweries where they simply won't give out the recipe. " is an accurate statement. the most widely requested beers would most likely be ones where the highest concentration of home brewers are, which from what I have seen seems to be Cali, and then by distribution. If a beer is only distributed in one state, then there are going to be fewer people requesting it, even if it is a great beer.
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