So, here we go ... vote as early and often as you would like. If you don't like what I put in the poll, tell me what style you think I should brew in the "Other" choice.
NOTE: Before making your choice, you can scroll down for more information on the poll choices.
For the choices that I put into the poll, here is some more info:
- Eric The Awful -- This is a hopped-up version of Eric's Irish Red. With the malt bill, is it an Irish Red? With the extra hops, is it an IPA? I don't know. I don't care. It is rich and hoppy. Should be a wonderful beer.
- Ale to the Chief: Honey Porter -- Of course, I am sure you all remember the whole story about Obama's home-brew recipes being released. If you actually read this blog, you probably even remember that I converted the Honey Porter recipe to all-grain. Perhaps I should brew it next.
- Boo Berry Wheat -- My wife (aka the SheppyBrew Beer Model) had a blueberry wheat over the summer that she really liked. I, of course, have a wonderful Summer Lovin' American Wheat recipe that I have used as a base for an apricot beer. I can certainly add blue-berry puree to this base beer to create "Boo Berry Wheat" (the name that the Beer Model came up with).
In case it makes a difference in your vote, here is what I already have ready to drink or in the pipeline:
- In the keggerator, I have a mostly-full keg of Ello Poppet Czech Pilsner, which is a wonderfully flavored Bohemian - style pilsner.
- Also in the keggerator, I have a mostly-empty keg of Summer Lovin' American Wheat, a light refreshing wheat beer with a hint of orange and coriander.
- I have lots of bottles of Laser Salt Sandy Blonde Ale. "Gretchen", our gluten-sensitive friend will be getting a considerable amount to this blonde, lightly hopped with touch of malted oat flavor.
- Of course, everything else on my SheppyBrew inventory page is in my various beer fridges.
- Rationalité Poison d'Ereeeek, my sour mashed Flander's Red is in a secondary fermentor aging and waiting to join my ready-to-drink collection.
- Rocktoberfest Lager, my Oktoberfest-style lager, is aging in a keg, not quite ready to drink. I should put this on-tap, mid-Octoberish, though.
Let me know what you think. I am looking forward to seeing what I am going to brew next.