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"India pale ale" type beers were made in England and shipped to India in the old days, hence india pale ale. The were made for sail boats with all the sloshing around and heat. So next time find a "India Pale Ale" and hoist it for all that sail..

Dang I am stuck with a "budweiser" right now.

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"India pale ale" type beers were made in England and shipped to India in the old days, hence india pale ale. The were made for sail boats with all the sloshing around and heat. So next time find a "India Pale Ale" and hoist it for all that sail..
Funny given its history. IPAs and hoppy beers are the beers we like the least and the first we'll give away from a variety pack. We like the other end of the spectrum. I used to frequent a beer store in Wilmington where I'd buy a nice dark beer made in Norway that was spectacular. It was an occasional treat at $24 a bottle.

[QUOTE=UPHILL;758295]Dang I am stuck with a "budweiser" right now.

And Budweiser is truly not welcome.

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I brew an IPA with Citra Hops that is delightful! The recipe calls for 8oz. which isn't a ton, but more than usual...

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....a nice dark beer made in Norway...
That's an oxymoron, isn't it? Which bewery was that from? OK, they're not bad beers, but they're not outstanding either. My standard tipple back in the day was from the Trondheim brewery - can't remember the name. Perhaps times have changed?

If you want something to put hairs on your chest, I'll give you a recipe for one I did about 20 years ago. In my foolish innocence I substituted black malt for crystal. Only when mashing it did I notice it was 3 times the amount of black malt needed to make a stout! It tasted fantastic if left to mature, a little like licorice, and with the added function that you could use it to write with!
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That's an oxymoron, isn't it?
Maybe that's why it's called O. At least I assume it's an O. It is the only Norwegian beer we've tried so we had nothing to compare it to other than craft beers from other countries. We liked it.

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I just wanted to post up a great brewing kit for anyone with a small space but wants to brew, check out CraftaBrew.com

I started the company last year and I think it would be perfect for sailers. We have kits from Hefeweizens to Oak Aged IPAs and I will be adding new recipes every few months.
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Maybe that's why it's called O. At least I assume it's an O. It is the only Norwegian beer we've tried so we had nothing to compare it to other than craft beers from other countries. We liked it.

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I stand corrected! Looks like the vikings have improved on their offerings somewhat. Or should I possibly say Øfferings? Not surprising, since the only commercially available craft beer I found there (over 93-95) was brewed by an Englishman who had been brought in to up their game. Must've worked. Flott, as they say in those parts. Skøl!
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