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The Raisins are Gross and Disgusting Thread

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And who-da-FRACK thought putting raisins and carrot gratings into a muffin and calling it a "Glorious Morning" muffin wasn't a complete contradiction as well as one of the more gross combinations on earth?  I'm going to feed that person pudding...only it'll be blood pudding.  Or give them a glass of red wine that turns out to be red wine vinegar.

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12 minutes ago, Honey Badger said:

And who-da-FRACK thought putting raisins and carrot gratings into a muffin and calling it a "Glorious Morning" muffin wasn't a complete contradiction as well as one of the more gross combinations on earth?  I'm going to feed that person pudding...only it'll be blood pudding.  Or give them a glass of red wine that turns out to be red wine vinegar.

Carrot salad with raisins is delicious. 

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Raisins have a high and noble calling 

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Raison D'Etre

A deep mahogany ale brewed with Belgian beet sugars and green raisins

ABV:

8.0

IBU:

25


RELEASE:

Rarities


ORIGINAL RELEASE DATE:

1998


STYLE:

Belgian-style


A deep mahogany, Belgian-style brown ale brewed with beet sugar, raisins and Belgian-style yeast.

We began brewing this one at our pub in 1996 (we began packaging and selling it sometime in 1998) as the answer to the question, "What beer should I enjoy with a wood-grilled steak?" Raison D'Etre fits the bill. It's as tasty and complex as a fine red wine.

In the Quick Sip Clip video, Sam talks about Raison D'Etre inside the new cellars for our 600-bbl fermentation tanks. The cellars were designed specifically to allow sterile yeast management. The system also allows us to automatically dose the yeast into the fermentation tanks. At Dogfish, we use multiple strains of yeast for our different beers, so we are acutely aware of all that can go wrong when you don't love and protect the yeast.

Find This Beer Near You

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ENJOY

GLASSWARE
Goblet or Snifter

CHEESE PAIRING
Blue, goat

FOOD PAIRING
Steak, duck, game, wine-reduction sauces, ham, mussels

EXPERIENCE

COLOR
Deep mahogany

AROMA
Sweet dried fruit esters, malty and plums

FLAVOR
Sweet and malty raisins, slightly herbal

MOUTHFEEL
Medium to thin body with lingering bitterness, slightly dry and warming

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