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Old 29-05-2017, 06:30 PM   #21
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Anyone else made any of these recipes? I must get my finger out as they look superb
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Old 29-05-2017, 06:49 PM   #22
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I ordered a copy about a weeks ago, just seen this thread reminds me it's not turned up yet! I'll give it till Wednesday then chase it up I think. I'm looking forward to trying a few really brash IPAs as it happens, gotta keep crossmyloof in business after all
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Old 29-05-2017, 06:51 PM   #23
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I ordered a copy about a weeks ago, just seen this thread reminds me it's not turned up yet! I'll give it till Wednesday then chase it up I think. I'm looking forward to trying a few really brash IPAs as it happens, gotta keep crossmyloof in business after all ������
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Old 30-05-2017, 07:41 AM   #24
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Don't think he's necessarily a fan of all hops though...

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Anyone else made any of these recipes? I must get my finger out as they look superb
Currently drinking his Oatmeal Extra Pale which is a great summery brew, and just bottled a version of his Mad Boris Imperial Stout. Looking at doing his Saison and Tripel now it's getting warm.
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Old 30-05-2017, 07:50 PM   #26
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Anyone else made any of these recipes? I must get my finger out as they look superb
I made his Extra IPA, which was beautiful. I've done his saison, which I added brett to and bottled in champagne bottles a few months ago. I'm waiting for a nice hot evening to crack one open. I've done his belgian dubbel too, which I think got infected But I'm going to make his tripel at some point too.

I want to try the Mad Boris Imperial Stout too. Maybe one for the winter.
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I want to try the Mad Boris Imperial Stout too. Maybe one for the winter.
I had some brown and chocolate malts to use up and I figured it would be nicely aged by the time the autumn comes around.
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Old 31-05-2017, 07:18 AM   #28
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I'm reading this now and, I've got to be honest, it's quite irritating. There is some good information but it's VERY opinionated and implies that the way he suggests is the only way to do things.
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I'm reading this now and, I've got to be honest, it's quite irritating. There is some good information but it's VERY opinionated and implies that the way he suggests is the only way to do things.
That's also the impression I got. Despite his irritating hipster style I do like the look of the recipes even though I'd have to scale back the ABV on a lot of them so I could actually drink a full pint.
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I'm reading this now and, I've got to be honest, it's quite irritating. There is some good information but it's VERY opinionated and implies that the way he suggests is the only way to do things.
Just ignore the wannabe Brewdog twaddle and steal his recipes,you may need a pallet of hops though
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