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Old 02-26-2020, 09:10 PM   #1
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I've started smoking beer. Not all are good smoked, but those that are, taste amazing. This is an applewood smoked Upland porter.

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Old 02-26-2020, 09:19 PM   #2
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Yeah baby! How you smoking them?
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Old 02-26-2020, 09:34 PM   #3
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Let me see if this works...

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Old 02-26-2020, 09:46 PM   #4
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You should try to find a rauchbier. It is a German style that uses smoked malt.
The Upland porter seems like one that would be really good with some smoke added.
What is that that you’re using?
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Smoked beers are amazing. I make a mesquite smoked porter once a year, love beers like that. I like how you did it, I want to try that.
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Jeremy,
Just when I thought I've seen it all all along comes this.... Sounds pretty interesting! Is it a quick smoke? Like less than 30 seconds? Let's hear the details

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Old 02-26-2020, 10:41 PM   #7
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I do enjoy a nike Alaskan smoked porter. Kind of tricky to find though.
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Old 02-26-2020, 10:53 PM   #8
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I've made a grodziskie (oaked smoked wheat), but used store bought smoked grain. I would like to try making other rauchbier using home smoked malt.
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Typically, they just smoke a small amount of the malt, but hey whatever's clever
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Just when I thought I've seen it all all along comes this.... Sounds pretty interesting! Is it a quick smoke? Like less than 30 seconds? Let's hear the details

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It's a quick smoke using a smoking gun. Less than a minute.

Obviously, the smoke isn't penetrating all that beer. But what does happen is it smokes the foam on top of the beer and the smoke sticks to the glass. So with every sip you're getting a hint of smoke through the nose, which makes it taste smoky.

It's more for dramatic presentation for the customers since we bring the entire smoke filled cloche to the table and the customer gets to reveal their smoky treasure in the dining room.
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Here's to the original smokebeer: https://www.schlenkerla.de/indexe.html

Yep, I've been there. Yep, it's delicious. Amazingly, I can find it locally here at Spec's liquor stores. Great stuff.
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Sounds like something I would like to try
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Hmmmmm....I have a smoke gun and do something similar with bourbon drinks....gotta try beer
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I brewed a porter last year.
I smoked a bunch of Missouri Black Walnuts and put them in the boil.

It was very good.
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Hmmmmm....I have a smoke gun and do something similar with bourbon drinks....gotta try beer
Light a cinnamon stick.
Blow it out.
Put a rocks glass over the top.
Mix whiskey drink in a different glass.
Lift rocks glass off of cinnamon stick
Pour drink into it
enjoy.

Changes the drink entirely because your nose plays tricks on you.

I also smoke water and pour it into large cube trays and freeze.
Adds a nice smoke to a manhattan.
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