acsguitar wrote: Coppermine wrote: acsguitar wrote: Coppermine wrote: acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:You can light any liquid with alcohol, except maybe beer. I know you can ignite wine if you're cooking with it too.
Also, fyi, "cooking off the alcohol" is a myth; if you cook with wine or liquor, it's impossible to actually cook it enough so that the alcohol burns off. Just in case you feel like making some chicken marsala for your recovering alcoholic uncle ted.
So on a side note:
Last night I had no beer in the house except for a Hefe and a Guiness Extra Stout.
I don't like either of them.
So I mixed them together making a Hefenstouten.
It was terrible
Wow, I guess opposites don't attract. Did you try throwing an orange slice in there?
I don't know, I love a good weizen.
I hate Hefe's they taste like bitter bannas to me. I guess it was decent for a sip or two..but yea not good.
I love Weizens, Witbiers and White Ales. Very refreshing on a hot day. That banana taste is the yeast, since they're usually unfiltered and bottle conditioned.
Mmmmm, yeast.... arghhhhalgahaaaa
See I like Wheats alot just not in that style...Its one of the few beers I don't like.
In order of beer styles I like:
4. Pale Ales
5. American Wheats
6. Indian Pale Ales
9. Double IPA's
Nice, but here's mine in no particular order:
Belgian Strong Ales (Pale and Dark)
Weizen (Hefe and Dunkel)
Russian Imperial Stout
Dubbel, Tripel and the elusive Quadrupel
IPA (English more so than American)
English Brown Ales
There are some great lagers too, like Doppelbocks, Dortmunders and Maibocks.