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Old 09-10-2017, 05:55 PM   #1
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Anyone tried the James Morton Totally Tropical Pale ?

I’m hoping to brew at the weekend assuming the fridge is vacated .


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Yeah. One of my best brews. The FV smelt like fresh pineapple juice - amazing. Although this didn't fully transfer to the bottle. I think that's more down to me rather than the recipe. You'll have about 2-3 months before the hoppiness dissipates.

It's a great brew



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Yeah. One of my best brews. The FV smelt like fresh pineapple juice - amazing. Although this didn't fully transfer to the bottle. I think that's more down to me rather than the recipe. You'll have about 2-3 months before the hoppiness dissipates.

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I was wondering the same thing and who james morton was, as luck would have it take a look here
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This is my perfect type of tipple by the sounds of it, I'll be looking forward to reading your thoughts!

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I was wondering the same thing and who james morton was, as luck would have it take a look here

http://www.thehomebrewforum.co.uk/sh...t=66797&page=3


It’s a really good book, and for me as a novice dumbs it down loads. With lots of good recipes.

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Just looked at my notes for this brew and I mentioned that side by side, I preferred it to Brewdog's Hop Fiction and equal to James Morton's Out of Town brewery's IPA.

I found it quite dry (ideal IPA I suppose). If making again I would increase the Munich malt a little, or reduce the sugar.

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