I suppose LSD is out of the question?
The last ingredient for your American Beuty ale should be patchouli oil. Nothing conjures up the lot scene of a dead show like the smell of patchouli and beer. Don't overpower it, just a touch for the scent when you open the cap.
Ring out your Dead!
all the cancer survivors around the world. Everything I do off the bike would go away, too," Armstrong
said then. "And don't think for a second I don't understand that. It's not about money for me. Everything.
It's also about the faith that people have put in me over the years. So all of that would be
erased."Information from ESPN Sports Business Insider Darren Rovell and The Associated Press
in part, because he didn't want to keep answering doping questions.USADA reacted quickly
and treated Armstrong's decision as an admission of guilt, hanging the label of drug cheat
on an athlete who was a hero to thousands for overcoming l| ESPN DallasCuban, during an appearance Tuesday morning on ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM's "Ben & Skin Show," said r cancer and for his foundation's support for cancer research."I'm sick of this,"
Armstrong said in 2005. "Sitting here today, dealing with all
this stuff again, knowing if I were to go back, there's no way I could get a fair shake
-- on the roadside, in doping control,
or the labs."Three years later, Armstrong was 36 and itching to ride again. He came back to finish third in
was used in this report. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban quickly moved on from the club's failed bid to land point guard Deron Williams
. But he's holding a grudge against Jason Kidd, the championship point guard who them.But he
surprisingly backed out on a deal to return and signed with the New York Knicks.Taylormight be
: Cuban Kidding About WilliamsTo suggest the Mavs are better off without Deron Williams
than with him is to insult the intelligence the Mavs actually
Armstrong said he wouldn't take performance enhancing
of the fans, Jean-Jacques Taylor writes. StoryMavericks Blog
It's as bold and delicate, strong and subtle, as the band and album. Uniquely suitable for beverages and in the vein of the album, this rose flourishes in higher elevations or near the coast with plenty of sun and good air flow. It's readily available and would not drive the price of the beer into the stratosphere.
"In a bed, in a bed
By the waterside I will lay my head
Listen to the river sing sweet songs
To rock my soul"
Roses are a definite must in this beer.
I think sourdough should be the last ingredient. It is associated with SF, which the band is from. Or corn because my first show was Apline Valley 81 in East Troy WI.
….before I fought in the Cream Puff Wars,
I rolled in Sugar Magnolias and Scarlet Begonias.
But now I’ve more than acquired a Touch of Grey
And it’s time for the Estimated Prophet to pray.
This is for Mason’s Children, and others as well,
Who are Playing in the Band, but none can tell.
We’ll meet again on Shakedown Street
Across from Terrapin Station,
The China Cat Sunflower isn’t particularly fruity
And neither is Dogfish Head’s American Beauty.
Because this will be a seasonal Fall brew, I think just a hint of cloves (added after- that way you can control its bite). I repeat- just a hint- nothing overpowering.
Since cloves pair well with citrus I’ll leave it up to you whether or not to add some zest in the mash.
Since many have posted the usual illegal ingredients, note that clove-flavored cigarettes are now illegal in many states- smoke 'em if you got 'em!
Love the label with the dancing bear! If you bring it to Colorado, you could add weed.
So I see that this is an Imperial Pale Ale. Well the American Beauty logo has a rose on it and the the rose was always a present image on plenty of Grateful Dead albums and posters. So, why not include rose hips and rose petals ? Also, the Dead had a song "It must have been the roses". I think this would compliment the label artwork as well (if including the American Beauty album artwork) and give a nod to the fact that it "must be the roses" that make it a great Imperial Pale Ale. I've had several different types of beer with rose petals and rose hips in it and I really like what it does...I think it would be really interesting in an Imperial Pale Ale.
Anyway, happy hear of this beer being created !
Well American Beauty is a type of rose so wouldn't rose hips make sense?
It would also add some vitamin C and make the beer nutritional and medicinal!!!!
As an added bonus you could get Mena Suvari to bathe in them....
It seems to me as the name of the IPA will be American Beauty that the final ingrediant should be Sugared Magnolia Blossoms. They taste fragrant and spicy, almost like meaty versions of rose petals.
I heard about this on a radio station, and the last ingredient immeadiately popped into mind. The radio DJ joked about LSD, and I said well no you cant do that, but what about a beer brewed with Wormwood?
I noticed on the label you already have hops listed, and using both would make for a bitter beer. What if you replaced the hops with wormwood?
Just a thought from an ameture home brewer.
My proposal has three suggestions:
The pedal steel guitar plays a big part of the album, maybe DogFish might consider a "Pedal" of some type, maybe even something from the Rose.
Box of Rain is a seminal song from this collection. DogFish could use a special water in tribute to Phil Lesh's touching tribute to the passing of his father.
David Grisman, the Dawg, plays an important role in the album. Maybe DogFish will go DawgFish and celebrate the great mandolin players inputs.
btw, KG, creative thinking, that would make a very special brew!
I'd be pleased I'd this beer was a hemp ale made with hemp seed! Chocolate also springs to mind as a relevant ingredient ;)
Since You can't use brown eyed-women how bout red grenadine.
how bout barley meal from the song let it grow?
I think I hear a winner!
Earl Grey? The bergomot is fragrant and warming for a fall beer!