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Posted in thread: AG52 Simple Saison on 28-04-2017 at 11:23 AM
Hi Steve - how did this turn out? It is on my 'to do' listWell it's funny you should ask, I
took a sample of it this morning however it's not quite as simple as I originally intended. A
few weeks back...
Posted in thread: How to build a stir plate for less than ten quid on 28-04-2017 at 10:28 AM
Heres a quick pic of mine now its all working - I only made the stir plate, we bought the slow
cooker from Argos :lol:Looks great, good job. The stir plate looks good too :DGlad you got it
Posted in thread: Mosaic Hops.... on 24-04-2017 at 02:32 PM
I don't think you're on your own, I've head it described as cat pissy though I don't know what
that tastes/smells like. Personally I like mosaic, but I often think I'm alone in disliking
Posted in thread: One drink for life. on 24-04-2017 at 10:09 AM
Girardin Gueuze 1882 (Black Label), dry and refreshing, and if I'm going to be there a while it
may store better.Good choice, had a couple of these in Bruges and it was wonderful.For me I'd
have to ch...
Posted in thread: Beginners Guide to Water Treatment on 23-04-2017 at 05:43 PM
I heard tesco got called out by sainsbury for selling tap water in bottles. Shots fired.I
wouldn't be surprised if their value stuff is filtered tap water, but there's nothing wrong
with tap water as ...
Posted in thread: Beginners Guide to Water Treatment on 21-04-2017 at 08:44 PM
which would be the best water to usemy tap water,tesco bottle water, or ro waterIt depends
what's in your tap water and what you want to brew. RO water is great if you can get hold of it
and if it's c...
Posted in thread: Beginners Guide to Water Treatment on 21-04-2017 at 07:56 PM
Is distilled Water the same stuff you buy for your car, like can I put the car stuff into
beer?The water will be the same though I don't know if the container and production process
would be "food saf...
Posted in thread: Beginners Guide to Water Treatment on 21-04-2017 at 07:46 PM
I am brewing a Stout and have some roast barley that i can only grind into flour as i don't
have a mill so not keen on getting a stuck mash. What would i do if i were to mash dark grains
Posted in thread: How to build a stir plate for less than ten quid on 20-04-2017 at 08:54 PM
Might be the power supply, 5a.Pwm I ordered is 3a.Will try a 2a supply, hope I haven't fried
the pwm!If the fan works when connected directly to the power supply then the PWM is the
Posted in thread: any good ebooks on 20-04-2017 at 05:16 PM
Farmhouse Ales and Brew Like A Monk are two favourites of mine, however if you're after some
tried and tested recipes you won't do better than Brewing Classic Styles.