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Ross

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While trying out my newly kegged Oktoberfests & Schwarzbiers, I mixed the 2 50/50 for a taste test - bloody gorgeous... Would this fit close to a recognised style by any chance? :chug:
 

nonicman

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A very popular combination is a mix of the 10 and 11 grade beers, called rezane (cut) beer. Unlike black and tan beers, in this case the beers are mixed, not layered.
http://www.epinions.com/content_1022861444

Forgot what this was called hence a quote thanks to google.This was common in the Czech Rep even served at the Budvar Brewery when we had a look around this year. Usually a 50/50 mix of what was called Dark Lager and Light(as in colour) Lager. The Dark Lager was more brown than black and the Lager would be in the Pilsner style though.
 

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Ross said:
While trying out my newly kegged Oktoberfests & Schwarzbiers, I mixed the 2 50/50 for a taste test - bloody gorgeous... Would this fit close to a recognised style by any chance? :chug:
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I think it has the making of a Carbrook Octoschwarz festbier. You say it is gorgeous so it must taste good as well...

Cheers :beer:
PeterS....
 

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