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Old 17-10-2017, 05:04 PM   #21
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I like to have a dark ale, a stout and a lager (pseudo so far) on hand to pick from so I tend to do one after the other. As one of the three is running down I get round to topping it up as the next brew comes round. I like to brew all three about the 6% mark, I like the dark ales with a hop tea and a dry hop. I like the lagers with no hop tea but quite a heavy dry hop and the stouts get no hops but I do like a hint of coffee and chocolate in them. It's nice playing mix and match with the hops and yeast as they can make the same kit seem completely different.
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All around 6%...that's caning it!
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Old 17-10-2017, 07:42 PM   #23
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If my wife had her way she'd want my Jet Black Heart clone available at all times but I'm testing out GH's brown porter for now. I'd be tempted to re-brew his Southern Brown Ale now that i have only 4 bottles left. Currently they hobby is still too new and too many styles and ingredients to try out. I just try to have a light, dark and something else to hand most of the time.
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