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Stu:
Brewing tomorrow.

https://www.homebrewtalk.com/threads/ocas-lishky-pilsner-urquell-clone.333411/

Toasting malt now.

stoney:
Pilsner Urquell sometimes "gets a bad rap" from less-than-fresh bottles and cans on store shelves.

But fresh, on-tap, it's one of the more delicious beers I ever tasted.

Funny, at The Landmark we used to call it "PU". As in "yes, I'd like another PU please".  :D

Save some for ice fishing please.

Stu:

--- Quote from: stoney on October 02, 2020, 02:40:32 PM ---Pilsner Urquell sometimes "gets a bad rap" from less-than-fresh bottles and cans on store shelves.

But fresh, on-tap, it's one of the more delicious beers I ever tasted.

Funny, at The Landmark we used to call it "PU". As in "yes, I'd like another PU please".  :D

Save some for ice fishing please.

--- End quote ---

That's if I decide to bottle it.

Kegging is much easier, 20 minutes from start to clean up.....done.

Bottling is a pain in the ass.....1 hour at least not including cleaning bottles.  2 hours roughly.

I'll consider bottling half and keg the other 2.5 gallons.

stoney:

--- Quote from: Stu on October 02, 2020, 02:45:15 PM ---
--- Quote from: stoney on October 02, 2020, 02:40:32 PM ---Pilsner Urquell sometimes "gets a bad rap" from less-than-fresh bottles and cans on store shelves.

But fresh, on-tap, it's one of the more delicious beers I ever tasted.

Funny, at The Landmark we used to call it "PU". As in "yes, I'd like another PU please".  :D

Save some for ice fishing please.

--- End quote ---

That's if I decide to bottle it.

Kegging is much easier, 20 minutes from start to clean up.....done.

Bottling is a pain in the ass.....1 hour at least not including cleaning bottles.  2 hours roughly.

I'll consider bottling half and keg the other 2.5 gallons.

--- End quote ---

Well, then bring a keg.

I'm "fully expecting" at least one bottle of Smoked Rye Porter and one bottle of PU.

Don't MAKE ME come over there.

 :hot:

Stu:

--- Quote from: stoney on October 02, 2020, 02:47:37 PM ---
--- Quote from: Stu on October 02, 2020, 02:45:15 PM ---
--- Quote from: stoney on October 02, 2020, 02:40:32 PM ---Pilsner Urquell sometimes "gets a bad rap" from less-than-fresh bottles and cans on store shelves.

But fresh, on-tap, it's one of the more delicious beers I ever tasted.

Funny, at The Landmark we used to call it "PU". As in "yes, I'd like another PU please".  :D

Save some for ice fishing please.

--- End quote ---

That's if I decide to bottle it.

Kegging is much easier, 20 minutes from start to clean up.....done.

Bottling is a pain in the ass.....1 hour at least not including cleaning bottles.  2 hours roughly.

I'll consider bottling half and keg the other 2.5 gallons.

--- End quote ---

Well, then bring a keg.

I'm "fully expecting" at least one bottle of Smoked Rye Porter and one bottle of PU.

Don't MAKE ME come over there.

 :hot:

--- End quote ---

Smoked Rye Baltic Porter for sure, already have 2 tucked away with 2016 Bell's 3rd Coast (2) and Courage Imperial 2013 (2).

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