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Pete's Wicked is Ready!

I kegged and carbonated the Pete's Wicked Clone this week.  Tasted it yesterday, and it was pretty good!  It started out like Pete's, a little malty, a little sweet, but the finish was MUCH MORE HOPPY! Success in my book!  I will post the recipe in the forum. 

Pete's will be coming with me up to the Berkshire's this weekend, and I will probably not bring any home.


Next up is the scottish stout porter.  That will be carbonated next week and ready for our annual Halloween party.  I wanted to put the kegerator on the porch and hand out samples to parents of the trick-or-treaters in cups that have my web address on them.  Kristi had a point, though.  Sending people into the street with beer is irresponsible and I would have to disable the keg when we go trick or treating, so young hands don't get into it.  Can't believe that we can't trust others and have to be responsible for them nowadays....

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