Team Room Weekly Q&A – 3.12.2017
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Travis Allen · 3 years ago
Hi Micky, thanks for the questions. With beer brewing, I prefer to brew ales instead of lagers. And within the ale category, my favorite would be IPAs, reds, and anything hoppy. Trendy, I know. Ales are more fun for me because they have a quick turn around in terms of time it takes from brewing it, to drinking it. Only like 4 weeks. For lagers, it takes months. Also with ales you can experiment more with the flavor profiles.
with regard to Syria, I think Assad will eventually regain control over the major population centers across the country over the next few years. ISIS will be forced out into the hinterlands, and likely initiate an insurgency campaign like we saw in Iraq in the mid-2000s. I think Syria will be dealing with the fallout of this Civil War for another 20 years. We will also be dealing with it as well, in the form of the thousands of fighters who have been trained and gained combat experience there returning to their homes across the world
Micky M · 3 years ago
Travis, I will be driving during the Q&A and have two questions. First regarding your beer brewing, what is your favorite beer that you brew? Now for Syria, what do your see happening over the next 2-3 years. .Thank you for your contributions to SOFREP. Enjoy your writing.
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