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So here's food for thought (or beer for thought if you may). These days beer is not just a consumable substance socially acceptable form of poison, but also a calendar for your taste buds. We all know that good wheat beer like our own local Bells Oberon is a great touch to any hot day of summer right up to the first cool nip of fall. A good IPA accents your seasonal change over from the sweety days of summer to the frosty days of winter as you breeze threw fall. A nice blonde or pilsner will keep the blood from freezing up all winter long. And who can wait for that first bitter of spring to bring your taste back to life. What is your choice for the seasons. And even better, what should we all put together to have a round of for a round of golf. A beer of the month if you may that we all enjoy together on one set play day per month?

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I love this idea on a beer of the month/season. But for me in the winter its all about the porters. A rich and malty brew with smokey notes is the best on a cold day golfing. Although I agree with an IPA for the fall, or a good Maibock (what breweries model off of for Octoberfest ) like Dead Guy Ale. In the spring a Belgian Golden Ale is my favorite, full of power but very smooth and no wheat taste like with White Ales. In the summer its a jump around between IPA's, Whites, and Pilsners. I could go on forever on the subject. I vote in favor of the beer of the month and work at a place with great selection, lets do it.
Yes! Dave that's what I'm talking about. I like a porter too, and I'm sure you have some selections you like that I've never tried. That is my whole idea. Each month we all put in a idea for that rounds beer. We discuss it, and come to a conclution just like we do for our league rounds, but it will be a once a month event. Then we cordinate who has the access to said beer of delight that month, we get money to that person to precure, and we all play the round savoring the same flavor. Then maybe even write a little mini review so we can better understand each others taste, and preference's that make us all unique. I think we need to get a few more bodies behind this idea.
I'm in.. we could gather a couple of growlers (I have one) and goto micro-brews to have them filled.. I like Foz's re-cycling off the grolsch bottles.. would make it easier todo. We could try to incorperate this on a grand scale and pick beers that our west coast buddies could enjoy as well. Also the actual www.usbdt.com website will allow you to post your thoughts on set ales.
We should see who we know with the most knowledge of the actual brew process. So when we do a pick they could give us a break down of what we are really tasting along with our person flections on the beer we could learn what makes what we like. I know we all love pounding back some PBR, but there needs to be some reginization of the finer points of the brew world. Don't get me wrong I strongly suggest that PBR be one of the summer months pick. It is after all a winner, it even says it on the lable
It does have a Blue Ribbon for a reason. Yeah all I have done is one of the stove top home kits that don't work so well. I need to learn more so that I can brew my own. I'm going to put a hop garden in over at Mr. B's house so that in 3 years i can brew an IPA with my own fresh hops!

Other note I do have a growler and Mr. B has about 2 cases of the grolsch bottles and about 8 growlers


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