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Old 27-11-2017, 07:24 PM   #181
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....I bet they were all running wild in their trolleys!
Or off their trolleys.....
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Just asked my wife if she can remember the canal system and what was Burgess Park prior to it becoming that,she can't though.She's an Old Kent Road gal.
Anyway we digress.Let us know how it comes out.Have my last attempt at a 'decent' bitter in the FV using CML ale yeast. If not up to much then i really must follow your advice re culturing from bottles.
The CML ale yeast is good (well was the last time I used it) but I'm really liking the Gales yeast. When I made the starter for tommorows brew I drank the beer which I had decanted off the harvested yeast, from last weeks Golden Ale and it was superb, even at this stage (haven't bottled the Golden Ale yet but I'm hopping for good things), so I've got some high expectations for this brew.
I think (hoping) this is going to be the recipe for my house bitter. It's the coming together of the best bits, that I've liked, of a few bitters that I've made
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Lovely smooth brewday for my OSC Bitter today, just as easy as last weeks 10Lbrew. Took me almost exactly 3 hours from start to finish.
Just over 20L in the no chill FV cooling down. I'l take a gravity reading tommorow and hopefully I've hit my efficiency target so I can dilute it down to 23L. Then pitch the Gales yeast
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