|Posted on Wednesday, January 07, 2004 - 07:29 pm: ||
The local Twin Cities club has an interesting special category for their spring competition. Got this in my email today:
Get your freezers rrready to rrrumble!
The Minnesota Home Home Brewers Association and the St. Paul Home Brewers
Club invite you to take part in the third annual Upper Missiissippi
Mash-Out. home brew competition. This year we're adding a special
competition category: eis-anything. That's right. Eis-anything.
Don't limit your imagination to eisbock. How about an eis-mild. An eis-IPA.
What about an eis-pils? Maybe an eis-mead? Or, if you're really creative an
eis-smoked-honey-guava-kiwi-lamibic-mead dry hoppped with fennel and aged on
oak and chipotle? Mmmmmm, tasty.
Things are frozen now in the Twin Cities, but they won't be come the weekend
of May 20-22. We'd love to have you stop by and join in the judigng. And
there's always the best of show at the Summit brewery with prizes and beer.
Check out our web site for more details:
|Posted on Wednesday, January 07, 2004 - 07:42 pm: ||
Thanks CH, I just transferred a frozen CAP last night (Grandpa's Stash variation), and I've got a rye IPA lagering right now that's close to freezing (both in the garage). Now if these pleasant temps will just hold...
|Posted on Wednesday, January 07, 2004 - 08:01 pm: ||