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    22 litres of Leffe blonde 4500g Pilsner malt 400g Munich light 500g Flaked maize 200g Melanoidin malt 450g golden syrup 25g EKG @60m...
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    I made a blonde last weekend and use Wyeast 1214 Abbey Ale. Made a yeast starter but should have done research first as it’s a very slow...
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    clyne replied to the thread Brewer's Invert Sugar (Part II).
    Thanks both @peebee and @chthon - I took your advice and just fired the table sugar straight into the boil. The wort tasted pretty good...
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    clyne reacted to peebee's post in the thread Brewer's Invert Sugar (Part II) with Like Like.
    I've only come across what the Belgians used in passing (trying to tie down British invert sugar). But I got the impression the "rocks"...
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    clyne reacted to chthon's post in the thread Brewer's Invert Sugar (Part II) with Like Like.
    Diverse Belgian beers use a diversity of sugars Duvel uses glucose or glucose syrup Westmalle uses syrups from Belgosuc But all these...
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    clyne replied to the thread Brewer's Invert Sugar (Part II).
    Fascinating thread @peebee even if I don’t understand half of it 😉 So, dumbing it down for me - I’m making a Belgian blond today, don’t...
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    clyne reacted to AccoBrew's post in the thread Gorse Wine with Like Like.
    No worries. When you break it out can you let us know how it came out. Thanks. 🥂🥂😎
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    clyne replied to the thread Gorse Wine.
    Our gorse is still in hiding - not quite warm enough here for it yet 😉 My wine is still in the DJ - maturing (aka forgot about it!) must...
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    clyne replied to the thread Highlands Deliveries Question.
    I’m in the highlands too (Caithness). What I’ve been doing recently is using highlandparcels.com - it’s Menzies behind the scenes but...
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    clyne reacted to Ghillie's post in the thread 50L or 30L all-in-one brew systems with Like Like.
    Bigger is not necessarily better... I had planned on graduating from 35L to 65L but decided against it for a couple of reasons: 1) I...
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