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Old 26-05-2017, 08:06 PM   #101
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So I tried it again and while it is still sweeter than I'd planned - I did make an error calculating the water as I missed the small pipe work formulae and used the adjusted one for the grainfather- Its not a clear as I'd though but more amber than the 'oj' look some of these can have. Even with the sweetness I did bitter this more than the style calls for and its not a bad beer. 'Soft' mouthfeel and heavy sweet mango aroma. The bitterness is there but not over powering. I'll refine for the next batch and the correct water addition should make it less sweet.

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