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Old 18-11-2017, 12:44 PM   #1
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Anyone got a recipe for Hamleton's Nighmare Porter (5%)?
http://www.hambletonales.co.uk/cask-ales/

Was up in God's Country this week and had a few pints of it, one of the best beers I've ever tasted. Austin Homebrew in TX do an Extract recipe pack so there must be a recipe out there somewhere
https://www.austinhomebrew.com/Nick-...CT_p_3649.html
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Your google-fu is weak, young grasshopper

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=...recipe&f=false
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Your google-fu is weak, young grasshopper

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=...recipe&f=false
I did see that, but I think it's a different brew: the current one has a much higher ABV 5% vs the 1036 OG quoted in the book. However, reading further, it says OG 1036 at the start then OG 1053 later on - confusing? I've got some Northdown to use up, so will give this a go: thanks!
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That is confusing. Some sort of typo?

Also if you click on the 'legend' range of stronger version of nightmare it tells you the malts

http://www.hambletonales.co.uk/legend-bottled-beers/
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Darn - despite just receiving an order from the Malt Miller the size of a small fridge, and Roasted Barley being clearly marked on my shopping list, I somehow failed to order it.

Looks like it'll have to be eBay but I won't be brewing it this weekend.
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