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Originally Posted by Slid View Post
An approach for these sort of brews is to add a bottle to a larger quantity of another beer. If you did a couple of less distinctive beers, then it could add a sort of a change in direction?

Increasingly, I find I have a taste for darker beers and adding a small bottle of an aged stout to a much larger quantity of an English-y sort of a beer makes for an interesting drink.

There is a lot of history on this blending of different ages of beers. It does really work.
Thanks, that i will defo try! i had a cheeky sniff after 4 days and got a huge caramel note. is that common with safale 04? anybody know. Thanks again D
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