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Old 19-11-2016, 07:21 PM   #1
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H and B 'Potters' Malt extract 650 gm jars, buy one get one for a penny.
Grabed one of those deals and another one with my loyalty voucher which only cost me £3.53 for another two jars
Note the smaller 454 gm jars are not in the sale.


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Old 19-11-2016, 08:05 PM   #2
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Let us all know how you get on with it.
I have only used their own brand 454g LME which is OK for brewing.


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Let us all know how you get on with it.
I have only used their own brand 454g LME which is OK for brewing.
Yes, i usually use the 454gm jars. By all accounts the 'Potters' is fine
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Hi!
I have used Potter's - it's very good as a fermentable. It is a dark colour, so is best used in stouts, dark ales and bitters.
I have quite a few jars of Meridian Malt Extract (370g) , also from H&B - bought online when there was an offer, then several jars were cracked when they arrived so the whole order was replaced.
If anyone's near Doncaster and needs some, I'm wanting to get rid of them - very cheap.
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Hi!
I have used Potter's - it's very good as a fermentable. It is a dark colour, so is best used in stouts, dark ales and bitters.
I have quite a few jars of Meridian Malt Extract (370g) , also from H&B - bought online when there was an offer, then several jars were cracked when they arrived so the whole order was replaced.
If anyone's near Doncaster and needs some, I'm wanting to get rid of them - very cheap.
I wondered if it was a darker extract. The 454 gm jars are a reasonably lightish colour.


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