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2.5 year old Horses Ass Ale

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Just had my last bottle of Horses Ass Ale. 2 1/2 years old in a 12 oz glass bottle. Foam dissipated quickly and tasted a little flat, but pretty darn good for it's age. The longest I've kept one.

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Conversation overheard in Gophers6's house:

Gophers6: "Hey hon, you'll never believe what I just found in the basement".

SWMBO: "What? (I don't really care she thinks to herself)".

Gophers6: "I found a real old Horse's Ass down here".

SWMBO: BITES TONGUE...

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Yeah, There's been a lot of jokes at my place with that brew. It's actually a pretty good recipe. Had a tsp of ginger in it, nice flavor.

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my horses ass ale still tastes cidery and it was bottle back in feb, ill just give er another couple months before i try.

but im finding that my patriot and CAL based beers ive brewed all taste a lil cidery. Im waiting to try the a beer I made with 1 can Patriot, 1 can CAL and 1 oz cascade.

I just tasted the Spring White IPA with an added cup of honey and an oz of cascade commando and let me tell you it was AWESOME!!

No way near an IPA but I would just call it a hoppy wheat beer, But it has turned out great. I cannot wait to try my Spring Dobblebock and Summer Saison once they're carbed and conditioned.

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