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I remember the first time I tried barleywine. I was really unusually expressive that night

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  • Barleywine? Eww.

    • Malaclypse

      Trust me, no.

      • I’ve only had tasting glasses at a couple beer festivals. No, thank you.

    • Ronnie P

      Barleywine is one of life’s glories.

      • Josephus

        Just make sure your seated and buckled in!

        • Josephus

          *you’re

  • c u n d gulag

    Perry’s either channeling his inner HS Sophomore, giddy on Boone’s Farm, or he’s practicing his Gallagher impersonation for his comedy tour after the nomination.

    And no, Rick, you can’t ask Obama or Cain to bring you a watermelon!

    • witless chum

      Surely that would prove that liberals were the real racists for noticing what fruit it was.

      Perry will just invite them for a weekend at his hunting camp and apologize.

  • Ken

    I had a Korean barley drink once. I think they made it by soaking the barley in water until it was soft, then adding sugar in amounts that were, um, excessive to my taste. It somehow wasn’t fermented, despite being a few grains of salt away from culture medium.

    • Josephus

      Ya don’t even have to add sugar, just crush the malted barley and steep at ~150-160F. The amylases chew up the starch and make simple sugars for you. I prefer it when the little beasties eat this and create ethanol… just a personal preference.

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