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  1. folkpunk

    Folkpunk's Brewdays 2021

    Not sure I'll be doing it often but everything I read said this is the best way to make Czech pils! athumb..
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    Folkpunk's Brewdays 2021

    Looking forward to it - sounds great in the book!
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    Folkpunk's Brewdays 2021

    23 January Dukla Pilsner (my own recipe) Second go with the Brewzilla – this time why not go crazy and attempt a double decoction mash! I love Czech pilsner, especially fresh out the tank. After reading about the process it seemed decoction mash was worth a try. This time I had cleaned the...
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    Folkpunk's Brewdays 2021

    Bought myself a Brewzilla and took the plunge into AG. First time using was a fortnight ago where I did the Totally Tropical recipe from James Morton. So slightly delayed report here. 9th January 2021 Used Safale US-05 Yeast and re-hydrated (2 packs) whilst preparing. Put Brewzilla together...
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    Fermentation Fridge

    I've read some people remove a small part of the door seal to feed the cable. I wouldn't drill through the side unless you are certain it doesn't have coolant tubes.
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    Fermentation Fridge

    I used a dimplex https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00NT0X8K2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 It's about 16 inches though so needs to be a 60cm wide fridge. It was easy to do, once I used the drain hole to feed the cables.... I needed to put a new plug on it as all electrical...
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    Fermentation Fridge

    I Hope so! I think 26C is the cutoff - as in don't let it go above 26C but whatever temp it gets to just hold it there. I'll report back when it's done!
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    Fermentation Fridge

    Finally got a fermentation fridge in action today. A few weeks back I got a free fridge and set about converting. Created a wooden shelf with holes to allow heat from a tube heater mounted underneath. Used an Inkbird to control heating/cooling. I figured it would be easier to feed cable...
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    Hants

    I'm actually closer - Horton Heath - I'll certainly take a look!
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    Hants

    Each to their own - tbf he went on a scholarship and is open about how his schooling pushed him into the Punk scene as he felt so alienated at Eton. Live shows can be fantastic but appreciate he's marmite 🙂
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    Hants

    Too right! Never saw the clash but saw Strummer on a number of occasions!
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    Hants

    Yeah love NOFX and seen AJJ - Pogues were one of my main bands in my youth, saw them a number of times. Have also seen Dropkicks. All great stuff!
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    Hants

    Excellent new avatar, even with some grain on it! Thank you,
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    Hants

    Most music in both those genres as well as a lot more across others. TBF I like most music. But Levellers, Frank Turner probably the ones I've seen the most over the years. Funny how lively music and beer go hand in hand 🍺
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    Hants

    Hi, I'm a new member from Eastleigh nr Southampton. I have been making cider from apples, wine from grapes and beer from kits ;). I'm interested in the brew technology and am thinking of moving into all grain. First step though is to make a fermentation fridge!
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