Poverty, how about telling us more about what kind of brew you would be mixing up. That would be a treat to have some home brew from one of our own[}:)]
Hell, we may not even be able to get out of Evansville
Paul E. Smith
What I have in mind is one that I used to make, sort of a cross between an American and German lager. I use a 35% corn adjunct, the palest malt I can get, then use Spalter hops in one early addition to bring it to 20 IBU. It’s nothing too extravagant, but I’ve been wishing for some lately, and there is nothing on the market even close to that profile.