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Old 28-11-2017, 03:54 PM   #21
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....any ideas? I've run out of time this week (and maris otter..2.1 kg left ) to do a full ag but have time to maybe do a pimped kit...gotta do something! !
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....any ideas? I've run out of time this week (and maris otter..2.1 kg left ) to do a full ag but have time to maybe do a pimped kit...gotta do something! !
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JB kit,2 tins coopers dark me,grains...2kg m/of, carapils, crystal,bit of caramel malt,choc,black prinz,maybe some wheat,torrified wheat...yeast..SO4,gervin,cml..ale,American, wheat and cali...
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JB kit,2 tins coopers dark me,grains...2kg m/of, carapils, crystal,bit of caramel malt,choc,black prinz,maybe some wheat,torrified wheat...yeast..SO4,gervin,cml..ale,American, wheat and cali...
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How about a strong dark beer? 1 tin dark DME, lots crystal/carapils and choccy, and dry hop with an 'english' hop assuming you have some. I made one a while back to use up a tin of Coopers Brew A IPA with ingredients similar to my suggestions and also added stuff I normally add to my Coopers stouts including muscavado sugar and coffee and it turned out OK.
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Cheers terrym. ..I got bags of hops...ekg it is.
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