Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Tue Sep 27, 2011 2:08 pm

Anything at all would be nice.
ANYTHING.
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Tue Sep 27, 2011 2:27 pm

Buttwidget wrote:Franziskaner!!!!


+1
My favorite Hefe haven't had one in a year but has come up 3 times in the last week.
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Fri Oct 07, 2011 8:03 am

snowcapt wrote:Anything at all would be nice.
ANYTHING.


Did the show get cancelled?
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Sun Oct 09, 2011 2:01 pm

I dont think that it is cancelled. I just think that Jamil is wicked busy with Heretic and the rest have other things going on as well. It seems like it has been a pretty hectic season for the guys. BYOB, Heretic, NHC, GABF, The Biskit's passing- tons of stuff going on.
I bet there will be one soon. At least I hope so.
I think that other show is probably kaput, though. :shock:
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Wed Oct 12, 2011 4:29 am

snowcapt wrote:I think that other show is probably kaput, though. :shock:


That sucks. Maybe we could talk Justin into a beer travel show. Have him and JP fly all over the world reporting on the micro brew scene and local beer culture. It would be good for them to get away from the west coast.

Or drive. That might save money on Xanax.
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Wed Oct 12, 2011 4:32 am

CPADRE wrote:Or drive. That might save money on Xanax.


I was gonna say. . . :mrgreen:
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:04 am

The "On the Road" stuff was great, I thought.
That would be cool. They should try to clone the beers, then take them to the brewery and have the brewers tell them if they cloned it or not.
But I think that they have their hands pretty full right now.
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Re: Requesting Beers for Can You Brew It

Sat Oct 15, 2011 12:37 pm

I just sent in a request for Southern Tier's Pumking. I saw someone else requested it before too....

I've looked for a recipe for this all over the place, tried multiple times myself to clone it, but I just can't seem to duplicate the totally awesome flavor you get from this beer.

I would love to see Jamil and John tackle this beast of a beer. I know they are busy with all of their other endeavors, but if they have time to do another show anytime soon, this would be a perfect beer to start back up with!

I don't think CYBI has ever made an attempt at cloning any of Southern Tier's beers yet, so maybe this one would be a great one to try?!?!?!?!

Thanks guys!
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