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Old 20-03-2017, 07:59 PM   #21
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Have a few days off so decided on wednesday I woudl do a brew with left overs.. however had much less grain than I thought!!!

so decided to pop a little walk to my local tesco which has a H&B in.. grabbed two jars (and have a loyalty card too)

so going for a mini mash and going to top up with this extract, will be interested to see how this extract gets on.. a couple of quid for a jar is pretty good value imo
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Have a few days off so decided on wednesday I woudl do a brew with left overs.. however had much less grain than I thought!!!

so decided to pop a little walk to my local tesco which has a H&B in.. grabbed two jars (and have a loyalty card too)

so going for a mini mash and going to top up with this extract, will be interested to see how this extract gets on.. a couple of quid for a jar is pretty good value imo
that card at HB makes a big difference
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Old 20-03-2017, 10:41 PM   #23
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that card at HB makes a big difference
Went and used my points last week plus the buy one get one half price offer was on
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Well I actually brewed with this yesterday as a partial mash.. so will be interested to see how it comes out..
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H&B have their 'buy one get one half price' sale on again. Their own brand LME is included but has recently increased in price from £2.69 to £2.99, but when on offer like now still represents quite good value and more importantly is OK for brewing.
The larger jars of Potters LME is also included but works out slightly more expensive.
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Old 26-06-2017, 07:08 PM   #26
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nice one @terrym . I need some more as I'm doing a two step starter this week (because my gales yeast has been in the fridge for a while now)
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Old 26-06-2017, 07:23 PM   #27
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There may be many more "offers" at H&B over the next few weeks.

This traditional "British" high street shop was owned by an American Venture Capital Company but it was bought by a Russian millionaire over the weekend.
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...like that Jack Wills clothes shop...traditionally British,outfitters to the gentry....made in Vietnam or somewhere...utter twaddle
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...like that Jack Wills clothes shop...traditionally British,outfitters to the gentry....made in Vietnam or somewhere...utter twaddle
I've never heard of Jack Wills. Is that where you get your tweed plus fours and shooting jackets from?
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...cravats the lot! It's a young persons clothes shop...lots of pictures of thin people adorn the walls having a spiffing time wearing jumpers tied around the shoulders,skinny jeans and anything gingham....
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