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2022-05-23 6:07:08 PM  
I like this quest.
 
2022-05-23 8:43:08 PM  

aleister_greynight: I like this quest.


Drew would probably be an expert at it.
 
2022-05-24 12:46:37 AM  
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/thought this might be about some northern .CA breweries
 
2022-05-24 2:01:18 AM  

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/thought this might be about some northern .CA breweries


Lol I work at one, sous-chef, not brewing.
http://www.crossroadscraft.com/
We have a good community here, but it's really spread out, being Northern Canada and all.  I roasted the boys some beets for a Ukranian Imperial stout, all proceeds going to relief efforts.  The beet sugars got mostly eaten by the yeast, leading to an unexpectedly high 8.5ABV, leaving a dark red tint and a subtle, earthy undertone.
/Sorry for the threadjack
 
2022-05-24 2:14:31 AM  

tigerbot hesh: blodyholy: [memegenerator.net image 400x400]

/thought this might be about some northern .CA breweries

Lol I work at one, sous-chef, not brewing.
http://www.crossroadscraft.com/
We have a good community here, but it's really spread out, being Northern Canada and all.  I roasted the boys some beets for a Ukranian Imperial stout, all proceeds going to relief efforts.  The beet sugars got mostly eaten by the yeast, leading to an unexpectedly high 8.5ABV, leaving a dark red tint and a subtle, earthy undertone.
/Sorry for the threadjack


I think i got the ball rolling on the threadjack, but hey, it's been pretty quiet thus far.

Checked out the menu and beer list from your link. Looks pretty solid, and reasonably priced (esp. if spending USD).

I have never been to that area of BC, nor that far north period. If I get a chance, I'll stop in for a beer some day.

/that beer sounds crazy and sure, why not, I'd give it a whirl.
 
2022-05-24 2:41:24 AM  
Japanese beer and wine quest? I'm in.
 
2022-05-24 2:52:57 AM  

blodyholy: tigerbot hesh: blodyholy: [memegenerator.net image 400x400]

/thought this might be about some northern .CA breweries

Lol I work at one, sous-chef, not brewing.
http://www.crossroadscraft.com/
We have a good community here, but it's really spread out, being Northern Canada and all.  I roasted the boys some beets for a Ukranian Imperial stout, all proceeds going to relief efforts.  The beet sugars got mostly eaten by the yeast, leading to an unexpectedly high 8.5ABV, leaving a dark red tint and a subtle, earthy undertone.
/Sorry for the threadjack

I think i got the ball rolling on the threadjack, but hey, it's been pretty quiet thus far.

Checked out the menu and beer list from your link. Looks pretty solid, and reasonably priced (esp. if spending USD).

I have never been to that area of BC, nor that far north period. If I get a chance, I'll stop in for a beer some day.

/that beer sounds crazy and sure, why not, I'd give it a whirl.


Hell yeah.  And I've been experimenting with putting a gochujang glaze on our smoked wings.
 
2022-05-24 5:01:12 AM  
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Well, Yebisu has the fat fisherman dude on it, so it's like cool too?
 
2022-05-24 6:15:22 AM  
Never heard of Belgian Trappist beers subby?

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2022-05-24 6:20:25 AM  
Brewing, wine making, and distilling are quite meditative activities. It's no surprise monastic communities take them up.
 
2022-05-24 8:38:50 AM  

tigerbot hesh: blodyholy: [memegenerator.net image 400x400]

/thought this might be about some northern .CA breweries

Lol I work at one, sous-chef, not brewing.
http://www.crossroadscraft.com/
We have a good community here, but it's really spread out, being Northern Canada and all.  I roasted the boys some beets for a Ukranian Imperial stout, all proceeds going to relief efforts.  The beet sugars got mostly eaten by the yeast, leading to an unexpectedly high 8.5ABV, leaving a dark red tint and a subtle, earthy undertone.
/Sorry for the threadjack


maaan, does that breakfast pizza sound noms! heh heh heh, the "lotsa cheese" I love it.

also that beet stout sounds flipping amazeballs. thank you for sharing.
 
2022-05-24 8:39:50 AM  
and when they say northernmost, wow do they ever mean it!

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2022-05-24 8:43:45 AM  

Aussie_As: Never heard of Belgian Trappist beers subby?


Ragin' Asian: Brewing, wine making, and distilling are quite meditative activities. It's no surprise monastic communities take them up.


agreed, which surprised me as well.

but... honestly I do not know much about that particular aspect of Japan, except TFA sez/claims it's pretty rare in the country?
 
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