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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #250 on: April 17, 2012, 01:21:25 PM »

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #252 on: April 17, 2012, 03:54:33 PM »
It's funny... on a certain website awhile ago, people were like "why doesn't New Glarus make barrel-aged beers?" and "Dan only likes making session beers"  and I just had to :facepalm: :killmenow:

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #253 on: April 26, 2012, 10:31:42 AM »
Any leaks on what the rest of the Thumbprint series will be? :coffee:

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #254 on: April 26, 2012, 10:33:07 AM »
Any leaks on what the rest of the Thumbprint series will be? :coffee:

Or what the newly bottled R&D Beer is?

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #255 on: April 26, 2012, 10:37:40 AM »
Any leaks on what the rest of the Thumbprint series will be? :coffee:
Or what the newly bottled R&D Beer is?
Inquiring minds want to know :coffee:

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #256 on: May 12, 2012, 01:28:17 PM »
Maybe this has been brought up before, but anybody know if/when New Glarus started bottle dating?

I picked up sixers of Blacktop and Dancing Man today ... the Blacktop bottle have printing on the shoulder of the bottle that seems to be a Julian date stamp:

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The Dancing Man bottles don't have any print on them.


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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #257 on: May 12, 2012, 02:02:20 PM »
Maybe this has been brought up before, but anybody know if/when New Glarus started bottle dating?

I picked up sixers of Blacktop and Dancing Man today ... the Blacktop bottle have printing on the shoulder of the bottle that seems to be a Julian date stamp:

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The Dancing Man bottles don't have any print on them.
At least a year now.
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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #258 on: May 12, 2012, 02:12:33 PM »
Maybe this has been brought up before, but anybody know if/when New Glarus started bottle dating?

I picked up sixers of Blacktop and Dancing Man today ... the Blacktop bottle have printing on the shoulder of the bottle that seems to be a Julian date stamp:

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The Dancing Man bottles don't have any print on them.
At least a year now.

only on certain beers, or on all of them?

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #259 on: May 12, 2012, 02:29:33 PM »
Maybe this has been brought up before, but anybody know if/when New Glarus started bottle dating?

I picked up sixers of Blacktop and Dancing Man today ... the Blacktop bottle have printing on the shoulder of the bottle that seems to be a Julian date stamp:

1112
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The Dancing Man bottles don't have any print on them.
At least a year now.

only on certain beers, or on all of them?
I think only some. I don't recall seeing dates on any Unplugged/Thumbprint or some seasonals. My guess would be is that only the new brewery bottling line has capability to date. :shrug:
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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #260 on: May 12, 2012, 05:43:32 PM »
Maybe this has been brought up before, but anybody know if/when New Glarus started bottle dating?

I picked up sixers of Blacktop and Dancing Man today ... the Blacktop bottle have printing on the shoulder of the bottle that seems to be a Julian date stamp:

1112
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The Dancing Man bottles don't have any print on them.
At least a year now.

only on certain beers, or on all of them?
I think only some. I don't recall seeing dates on any Unplugged/Thumbprint or some seasonals. My guess would be is that only the new brewery bottling line has capability to date. :shrug:

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #261 on: June 08, 2012, 10:22:42 AM »
Just saw a tweet with a link to New Glarus' facebook page.  Since I do not have a facebook account, I could not read it.  However, it said they mentioned a dedicated lambic cellar in the post  :jawdrop:

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #262 on: June 08, 2012, 10:35:06 AM »
Just saw a tweet with a link to New Glarus' facebook page.  Since I do not have a facebook account, I could not read it.  However, it said they mentioned a dedicated lambic cellar in the post  :jawdrop:

Yep, and posted pictures of Foudres.

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #263 on: June 09, 2012, 12:15:08 PM »


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More Oak tanks arrived today! In 1994 we began using oak. New Glarus had some of the first oak vessels since Prohibition...now behold the beginnings of our dedicated Lambic celler!

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #264 on: June 09, 2012, 12:32:58 PM »


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More Oak tanks arrived today! In 1994 we began using oak. New Glarus had some of the first oak vessels since Prohibition...now behold the beginnings of our dedicated Lambic celler!

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Also, dedicated Lambic cellar:pickle:   :giggity:

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #265 on: June 09, 2012, 01:11:44 PM »


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More Oak tanks arrived today! In 1994 we began using oak. New Glarus had some of the first oak vessels since Prohibition...now behold the beginnings of our dedicated Lambic celler!

 :pickle:

:goodposting:

Also, dedicated American Wild/Coolship Ale cellar:pickle:   :giggity:

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #266 on: June 09, 2012, 01:49:29 PM »


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More Oak tanks arrived today! In 1994 we began using oak. New Glarus had some of the first oak vessels since Prohibition...now behold the beginnings of our dedicated Lambic celler!

 :pickle:

:goodposting:

Also, dedicated American Wild/Coolship Ale cellar:pickle:   :giggity:

FTFY  ;)

Semantics!


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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #267 on: June 09, 2012, 07:26:56 PM »
Idk, who is to say it isn't lambic... with a coolship, foudres, etc? There's no AOC on airborne wild yeasts in the Senne Valley :shrug:
Generally speaking, American Wild Ale = inoculated, Lambic = spontaneously fermented.

The debate is understandable, and there are strict guidelines for brewing/aging lambic, but the semantics regarding the location of origin are pretty minute, imho. As long as americans are staying true to tradition and not taking shortcuts, who is to say it's not Lambic?


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« Reply #268 on: June 11, 2012, 12:08:20 PM »
Idk, who is to say it isn't lambic... with a coolship, foudres, etc? There's no AOC on airborne wild yeasts in the Senne Valley :shrug:
Generally speaking, American Wild Ale = inoculated, Lambic = spontaneously fermented.

The debate is understandable, and there are strict guidelines for brewing/aging lambic, but the semantics regarding the location of origin are pretty minute, imho. As long as americans are staying true to tradition and not taking shortcuts, who is to say it's not Lambic?

Agreed. There is less spontaneity to Belgian lambics than the romantics in the U.S. would like to believe. They have years of bugs imbedded in the wooden walls of their breweries, so it's not exactly "spontaneous," which is why they can have a reasonable amount of consistency (in addition to blending).

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« Reply #269 on: June 11, 2012, 12:51:46 PM »
Idk, who is to say it isn't lambic... with a coolship, foudres, etc? There's no AOC on airborne wild yeasts in the Senne Valley :shrug:
Generally speaking, American Wild Ale = inoculated, Lambic = spontaneously fermented.

The debate is understandable, and there are strict guidelines for brewing/aging lambic, but the semantics regarding the location of origin are pretty minute, imho. As long as americans are staying true to tradition and not taking shortcuts, who is to say it's not Lambic?

Agreed. There is less spontaneity to Belgian lambics than the romantics in the U.S. would like to believe. They have years of bugs imbedded in the wooden walls of their breweries, so it's not exactly "spontaneous," which is why they can have a reasonable amount of consistency (in addition to blending).
Good points, I guess it's more about claiming "terroir" than anything. That kind of complex "ecosystem" that lends essential "house character" sounds hard, if not impossible to replicate in a new facility. Any biology folks want to confirm/deny?


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« Reply #270 on: June 11, 2012, 02:30:57 PM »
Idk, who is to say it isn't lambic... with a coolship, foudres, etc? There's no AOC on airborne wild yeasts in the Senne Valley :shrug:
Generally speaking, American Wild Ale = inoculated, Lambic = spontaneously fermented.

The debate is understandable, and there are strict guidelines for brewing/aging lambic, but the semantics regarding the location of origin are pretty minute, imho. As long as americans are staying true to tradition and not taking shortcuts, who is to say it's not Lambic?

Agreed. There is less spontaneity to Belgian lambics than the romantics in the U.S. would like to believe. They have years of bugs imbedded in the wooden walls of their breweries, so it's not exactly "spontaneous," which is why they can have a reasonable amount of consistency (in addition to blending).

I don't really see how that equates to less spontaneity.  Not physically adding yeast by hand = spontaneity.  People are mistakenly calling a lot of the Russian River stuff "wild" but they're finishing with "domesticated" Brett, Champagne, and wine yeasts.  They're still good don't get me wrong, but they are hardly wild.  I have yet to have an American wild that even comes close to a lambic in any sense.  I did comment at BunsFest that I thought Upland's Sour Reserve was getting there.

I still think that lambics are at least deserving of token AOC.  The Senne/Pajottenland area has traditionally produced the beer for how long now?  I don't think it's a fair shake for anyone to equate an American-style lambic to a true lambic as they're really not similar at all.  At least the American (CA) wine community could put up a good fight because they were at least using the same grapes when the Judgement of Paris came around in 1976.  But we all see how that turned out so  :shrug:

At any rate, here is an interesting RB thread on the subject as well: http://www.ratebeer.com/forums/the-american-lambic-predicament_203535.htm
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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #271 on: June 11, 2012, 02:56:18 PM »
At any rate, here is an interesting RB thread on the subject as well: http://www.ratebeer.com/forums/the-american-lambic-predicament_203535.htm
Didn't that OP used to post here? Thanks for linking the thread.

I guess my point before was that if an American brewer can successfully replicate Belgian lambic, who's to say its not lambic, and instead "wild ale"?

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« Reply #272 on: June 11, 2012, 04:40:11 PM »
At any rate, here is an interesting RB thread on the subject as well: http://www.ratebeer.com/forums/the-american-lambic-predicament_203535.htm
Didn't that OP used to post here? Thanks for linking the thread.

I guess my point before was that if an American brewer can successfully replicate Belgian lambic, who's to say its not lambic, and instead "wild ale"?

Yeah he used to.  I think your point hinges on the notion that American brewers have the capability to biologically reproduce the beers of the Senne.  I just don't think they can based on the biology of the yeast/bugs, but I have absolutely no scientific evidence to back that up.  I would be interested in hearing if that's a possibility. 
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« Reply #273 on: June 13, 2012, 04:26:59 PM »
At any rate, here is an interesting RB thread on the subject as well: http://www.ratebeer.com/forums/the-american-lambic-predicament_203535.htm
Didn't that OP used to post here? Thanks for linking the thread.

I guess my point before was that if an American brewer can successfully replicate Belgian lambic, who's to say its not lambic, and instead "wild ale"?

Yeah he used to.  I think your point hinges on the notion that American brewers have the capability to biologically reproduce the beers of the Senne.  I just don't think they can based on the biology of the yeast/bugs, but I have absolutely no scientific evidence to back that up.  I would be interested in hearing if that's a possibility.

I agree with you there. I think the cherry orchards in which the traditional lambics were produced cannot exactly be replicated here. Though if someone has access to a big cherry orchard, they should give it a shot. I just don't think the current lambics being produced in Belgium are very spontaneous (i get your point about the definition of spontaneous fermentation, and should probably be saying "wild" in this discussion instead). Some breweries even moved the wooden walls when the brewery moved to preserve the same blend of bugs. They certainly do have a more traditional approach than adding the bugs by hand though.

The whole lambic discussion is just like champagne, bordeux, pilsner, etc. Can you exactly match the conditions in those places? Probably not. Should you be able to label your product with those names if it's not brewed in the original region?  :shrug: New Glarus supposedly used some spontaneous fermentation on their brews, but since they aren't in the Senne valley....

All beer styles developed under certain conditions, and most current modes of production probably do not match those original situations. IPAs are not being shipped to India anymore, hardly anybody is using the old water sources or storing in barrels. I can see how the lambic term has endured longer because their methods are still much more traditional.

I absolutely agree that the term "wild" shouldn't really be applied to the U.S. beers, and I would say it would apply to very few Belgian beers as well. It's all semantics though, if the beer is good, I don't really care what the label is. I like that you can brew almost every style anywhere, and are not as tied down to locales as winemakers are.

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #274 on: June 13, 2012, 04:47:58 PM »
If there's anyone i'd trust to honor tradition, it's New Glarus. This is a big endeavor, and I hope they hugely succeed with it.

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #275 on: June 13, 2012, 05:02:51 PM »
If there's anyone i'd trust to honor tradition, it's New Glarus. This is a big endeavor, and I hope they hugely succeed with it.

 :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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« Reply #276 on: June 13, 2012, 07:13:10 PM »
If there's anyone i'd trust to honor tradition, it's New Glarus. This is a big endeavor, and I hope they hugely succeed with it.

Message me and I'll tell you what's in their Belgian "fruit" beers.
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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #277 on: June 13, 2012, 08:13:43 PM »
If there's anyone i'd trust to honor tradition, it's New Glarus. This is a big endeavor, and I hope they hugely succeed with it.
Message me and I'll tell you what's in their Belgian "fruit" beers.
How about you just message me with the answer. :shrug:
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« Reply #278 on: June 13, 2012, 11:22:54 PM »
If there's anyone i'd trust to honor tradition, it's New Glarus. This is a big endeavor, and I hope they hugely succeed with it.

Message me and I'll tell you what's in their Belgian "fruit" beers.
What, sugar? They never claim those to be lambic ???

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #279 on: June 14, 2012, 05:57:54 AM »
If there's anyone i'd trust to honor tradition, it's New Glarus. This is a big endeavor, and I hope they hugely succeed with it.

Message me and I'll tell you what's in their Belgian "fruit" beers.
What, sugar? They never claim those to be lambic ???

I don't care if it's Smucker's jelly, they're tasty as hell.

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« Reply #280 on: June 14, 2012, 08:36:54 AM »
If there's anyone i'd trust to honor tradition, it's New Glarus. This is a big endeavor, and I hope they hugely succeed with it.

Message me and I'll tell you what's in their Belgian "fruit" beers.

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« Reply #281 on: June 14, 2012, 09:34:11 AM »
If there's anyone i'd trust to honor tradition, it's New Glarus. This is a big endeavor, and I hope they hugely succeed with it.

Message me and I'll tell you what's in their Belgian "fruit" beers.
What, sugar? They never claim those to be lambic ???

I don't care if it's Smucker's jelly, they're tasty as hell.
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« Reply #282 on: June 14, 2012, 09:45:14 AM »
If there's anyone i'd trust to honor tradition, it's New Glarus. This is a big endeavor, and I hope they hugely succeed with it.

Message me and I'll tell you what's in their Belgian "fruit" beers.
What, sugar? They never claim those to be lambic ???

I don't care if it's Smucker's jelly, they're tasty as hell.

 :goodposting:

Pretty much exactly what I told Javit in chat when he was mentioning that they use apple juice to make these beers.  I honestly do not care.  I like to drink beers that taste good and I do not really give a shit if perfectly proper techniques for a style are used.

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #283 on: June 26, 2012, 02:38:09 PM »
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« Reply #284 on: June 26, 2012, 02:53:57 PM »
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« Reply #285 on: June 26, 2012, 03:16:24 PM »
YUM

Goodmf'ing post!  :thumbup:  Should still be some on the shelves in August as well!  :pickle:
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« Reply #288 on: July 20, 2012, 10:27:56 AM »
Sounds like Sour Brown coming up.

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #289 on: July 20, 2012, 10:35:26 AM »
Sounds like Sour Brown coming up.
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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #291 on: July 20, 2012, 10:50:08 AM »
Enigma?!

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #292 on: July 20, 2012, 11:00:14 AM »
Enigma?!
They did a legit oud bruin called "Sour Brown Ale" maybe 6-7 years ago? Different and more sour than the recent versions of Enigma :pickle:

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #293 on: July 20, 2012, 11:40:31 AM »
I still want to know what they were filling in the 500ml bottles a couple of months ago.
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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #294 on: July 20, 2012, 11:43:17 AM »
New thumbprint is Saison
http://www.newglarusbrewing.com/index.cfm/beers/OurBeers/Beer/saison

The Saison hasn't shown up here  - is this still out on the shelves in other places?

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #295 on: July 20, 2012, 11:51:57 AM »
New thumbprint is Saison
http://www.newglarusbrewing.com/index.cfm/beers/OurBeers/Beer/saison

The Saison hasn't shown up here  - is this still out on the shelves in other places?
There was a bunch at woodmans east last weekend.
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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #296 on: July 20, 2012, 11:55:16 AM »
New thumbprint is Saison
http://www.newglarusbrewing.com/index.cfm/beers/OurBeers/Beer/saison

The Saison hasn't shown up here  - is this still out on the shelves in other places?

Surprisingly weve had it here since last Thursday.
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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #297 on: July 20, 2012, 11:58:08 AM »
“Great ballplayers drink Lite beer because it’s less filling. I know. I asked one.” -Bob Uecker

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #298 on: July 20, 2012, 11:58:45 AM »
New thumbprint is Saison
http://www.newglarusbrewing.com/index.cfm/beers/OurBeers/Beer/saison

The Saison hasn't shown up here  - is this still out on the shelves in other places?

Surprisingly weve had it here since last Thursday.

Maybe it's just slow getting here then.  I thought it had been out for a while now.

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Re: New Glarus
« Reply #299 on: July 20, 2012, 12:27:58 PM »
I still want to know what they were filling in the 500ml bottles a couple of months ago.
Hoping they release it for the GT :fingerscrossed: