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    Member Wessel Pieterse's Avatar
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    Favorite Summer Beer Style


    I have taken a year from brewing and looking for a nice thirst quenching style to beat the February heat and get back into brewing.

    Any suggestions or firm favorites?

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    Primary: Sierra Nevada Pale ale clone
    Secondary: Weiss by Brand Smith
    Conditioning: none
    Bottled and Drunk: Wee Heavy, Darth Vader Black IPA, Saison, an much more

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    Nz Pilsner, American wheat, Best bitters?

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    A nice Saison or Weizen is great for summer.

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    Those are two styles I avoid as much as sab hops :-) Picked up some more fuggles and ekg today for another english ale. Also opal, has anyone used it before?

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    I'm with jigsaw on this one. Blonde all the way

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    California common is also not bad for summer as is a nice cream ale.
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    +1 Calcom is good ! Nice cream? like ice cream but nice :-)

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    Blonde (my favourite for lawn mower type beer)
    Hobgoblin gold clone
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    Thanks for all the suggestions! Think I will try this one, followed by a wheat beer.
    Quote Originally Posted by JIGSAW View Post
    Kit: 50L SAB keggle used with BIAB, gas burner

    Primary: Sierra Nevada Pale ale clone
    Secondary: Weiss by Brand Smith
    Conditioning: none
    Bottled and Drunk: Wee Heavy, Darth Vader Black IPA, Saison, an much more

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