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Old 16-07-2017, 06:27 PM   #1
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Booked a tour to Adnams brewery next sat. Me thinks they will get fed up with me asking all sorts of questions about their process. Still it should be interesting.
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After you've pissed them off asking a million and one questions dont forget to ask for some brewery yeast to annoy them a bit more
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Old 16-07-2017, 06:33 PM   #3
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Never thought of that I'll broach it and see what response I get.
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And the recipe for Ghostship
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and the recipe to Broadside
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I will see if I can hide up and raid the recipes overnight. Lol.


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And the recipe for Ghostship
+1. All the clone attempts I've seen seem to get the hops wrong. The adnams brewer does give the hop list here :

Centennial
Columbus
Citra
Dry hop: Citra

Of course no clues as to the quantities are forthcoming.

"The final concept for Ghost Ship would be for a beer light in colour but with a little more sweetness and body from the addition of some caramalt and some rye to our pale ale malt. The Citra hops were complemented by a few other varieties, including Columbus and Centennial, but all the dry hops were Citra."
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and the recipe to Broadside
There is a recipe for Broadside in a Graham Wheeler book I have.... As well explorer and their bitter.
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There is a recipe for Broadside in a Graham Wheeler book I have.... As well explorer and their bitter.
I know, but from what I've read it doesnt taste much like Broadside. Apparently there are other 'processes' that go on in the brewery. Perhaps I should have a go at the GW reciepe myself ad not rely on what the internet says though
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I know, but from what I've read it doesnt taste much like Broadside. Apparently there are other 'processes' that go on in the brewery. Perhaps I should have a go at the GW reciepe myself ad not rely on what the internet says though
It is quite a simple recipe plus has the addition of sugar which I'm guessing is unlikely to be what Adnams use.
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