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Old 12-01-2017, 10:01 PM   #61
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Steve sorry it's been an hectic week and the little one as been ill. I will post the bottle on the weekend


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You're a clever boy Steve, that's an absolute cracker, right up my street. Smell is fantastic, taste is divine and lingers on the palette.

I agree that the bitterness is a bit harsher than I'd expect from the style (based on reading only I must add, I've never tried a commercial example). The body isn't quite as I'd expect from so many oats but still very good. If I'm being super critical I'd say I'd carbonate it a little bit lower but that's probably personal taste. If I'd brewed this I'd be over the moon!
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Thanks for the kind words Mick, I appreciate the review
As for the body, I don't know if you saw this Brulosophy exbeeriment, but it appears that oats don't really have as much of an impact as we're led to believe.


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