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Old 10-08-2017, 08:20 AM   #11
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I really like Spindrift as well as Broadside. Anyone tried that one?
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Old 10-08-2017, 08:56 AM   #12
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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.
Plenty pics as well 👍
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Old 10-08-2017, 09:49 AM   #13
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Some pictures but no secrets. Lol


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Always wondered how they clean their tanks.
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Recycled water from cooling. Not sure what chemical tho.


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Did this tour with my Dad yesterday. A very good informative tour and I would recommend it to anybody who happens to be visiting Southwold. (Still no closer to knowing the Recipe for Ghost Ship, other than it's got Citra in it, which we all know!).

Funny thing from my point of view is they got their house yeast from the Morgan Brewery in Norwich, 2 weeks before it was bombed. My first flat was on the site of that very brewery.
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There is a recipe for Broadside in a Graham Wheeler book I have.... As well explorer and their bitter.
How did the bitter come out? What yeast did you use? Friend of mine wants me to bre him some so ordered some London ale yeast 3. Hoping that's suitable.
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How did the bitter come out? What yeast did you use? Friend of mine wants me to bre him some so ordered some London ale yeast 3. Hoping that's suitable.
Sorry I have never brewed it. I was just helping point out where a recipe was.
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