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(AsiaOne)   Germans are now getting into the craft beer market by growing unique strains of hops. You probably wouldn't understand why, but this is big news to microbrew enthusiasts and home brewers   ( divider line
    More: Spiffy, Germans, Thorsten Schoppe  
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2014-01-03 05:58:42 PM  
Is this the OMG! GMO thread?
2014-01-03 07:32:34 PM  

phyrkrakr: [ image 850x1275]

Yeah, I don't think that the beer purity law is really only the barley, water, hops, and yeast thing any more. As far as new hop strains, I'd be interested to try some of these varieties, but usually, I like a good low-alpha for aromatics for a dark beer and what's the point of using something like this for bittering?

Good ol' Hefeweizens. I must have drank gallons of the stuff when I was stationed in Germany. Sadly it seems that any store I've found them in where I'm at stores them improperly and they're skunked.
2014-01-03 07:35:33 PM  
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2014-01-03 08:34:47 PM  

Cerebral Knievel: Probably. and it would probably taste horrible.

There's some very floral strains of cannabis out there.. Full on orange citrus, pineapple... and various strains of spice. I'm sure if you just tossed in a bag of ditchweed it would be vile... but something good?
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