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    Newbie to the forum

    How Do Sean, Welcome to the forum Cheers 🍻 Edd
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    Victorian Bitter

    Hi All , Joshua Tetley & Sons were using the following from the late 1850's X & variants CC ( back to back) with X no of lines through the centre to denote type and class , pretty much the same with K as a Gyle type denominator , the easiest to identify are the Pale Ales which are "PA" , The...
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    Victorian Bitter

    How Do, As to the Malt selections, I choose them as the easiest way in my opinion to replicate the original Malts Used , with the Mash Schedule as close as possible to the original records. Cheers 🍻 Edd
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    Wort Chiller - Is it really necessary?

    How Do , Adequate Cooling of Wort post boil is a MUST in brewing , Cheers 🍻 Edd
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    Another long time lurker

    How Do Bruce, Welcome to the Forum 🍻 Cheers Edd
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    Victorian/ ole English bitter

    Hi jjsh, Not quite, the worts gravity is, the OG ; Viz 1.038.5 , so mash for X litres of wort at that Gravity. The Sugars serve a twofold purpose; Extract and Wort Extension Best Regards Edd
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    Boddingtons Bitter clone

    Or even this if tha's interested in thing from't wrong side o't hills πŸ˜‰πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£ https://oldbeersandbrewing.blogspot.com/2020/10/tennant-brothers-lion-pale-ale-1955.html πŸΊπŸ»πŸΊπŸ‘
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    Boddingtons Bitter clone

    How Do Hanglow, Have a look at this Beauty πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ˜‹πŸΊπŸ» https://oldbeersandbrewing.blogspot.com/2019/04/duttons-of-blackburn-bitter-1967.html Simple and as good as Bodds, Better IMO πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘πŸΊπŸ˜‹ CHEERS Edd
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    Boddingtons Bitter clone

    Ooh Hangover by Half Pint mark juice eh πŸ€”πŸ˜πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£
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    Boddingtons Bitter clone

    How Do All , If you want a Really good recipe for Boddingtons I.p ( Brewhouse Code for Bitter ) Try this recipe , one of 3 Bodds IP one's up there πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ˜‹πŸ‘πŸ˜‹ https://oldbeersandbrewing.blogspot.com/2019/03/boddingtons-bitter-1958.html Cheers Edd
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    Hi from Stirling, Scotland

    How Do Anna , Welcome to the Forum πŸ‘ Cheers Edd PS: I've got quite a few good technical historic Scottish recipies Drybrough XP from 1906 πŸ˜‹πŸΊπŸ˜‹
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    Durden Park - Old British Beers

    Hi An AnkoΓΉ , Sorry mate but that's dead wrong , you'd be lucky to get a 5 % a/a hop in the 19 Th century in the UK Domestic industry, mostly at around up to 4 % on recent crops with 5 + year olds being as low as 0.5 % a/a especially when considering age , storeage; Useage rate & purpose etc...
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    Durden Park - Old British Beers

    How Do Mate , I hope it goes well for you ; a very good mate in Melbs has brewed a lot of my recipes over the past year or so following my stepped mash programmes , Here's some beer porn πŸ‘ŒπŸΊπŸ»πŸΊ Drybrough XP from 1906
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    Conditioning Mild advice?

    No worries Shaun , Have a look at these beauties mate acheers. https://oldbeersandbrewing.blogspot.com/2019/10/duttons-of-blackburn-mild-1967.html https://oldbeersandbrewing.blogspot.com/2020/05/tetley-mild-1941.html