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  1. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    Dry stout
  2. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    Golden ale bitter type thing. Starting to really appreciate English hop varieties and might move away from the American styles once stocks deplete.
  3. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    Verdant Yeast fermented Pale/Bitter. From June ‘21 Tasting it’s best as the 2nd keg finishes.
  4. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    “Bitter”!
  5. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    Hoppy Pale Ale
  6. jamow

    Recommend me a low alcohol (1% or less) commercial brew

    I like Pistonhead Flat Tire. It’s mosaic hopped. Easy to drink 3 in a row but that’s about my limit on AF. Budvar Nealko is acceptable
  7. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    Pint of Bitter. My first attempt. Poured vigorously to make it look nice/better. Drank half of it in 5 minutes so it’s not too far off the style😁
  8. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    Hops fading fast………must keep quaffing…..liver….. can’t…..take it….
  9. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    Hoppy pale ale type effort
  10. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    Smooth and hoppy
  11. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    Hoppy and wheaty. ? A bitter though
  12. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    I do not know if this is anywhere near a Best Bitter. It’s wheaty and hoppy.
  13. jamow

    English IPA dry hop

    I’ve only started on one keg so no direct comparison at the moment. I’m on the Verdant IPA one first. It’s been in the keg a few weeks now and is still improving. I’m fermenting a bitter with the Verdant IPA yeast just now and ive just ordered more of it likely destined for a pale ale. Get a bit...
  14. jamow

    What are you drinking tonight 2021?

    Lager type effort
  15. jamow

    English IPA dry hop

    I went with cascade. Turned out quite well. Maybe the dry hop hides some of the kettle hop character though. It’s 6.8% so should condition well with time.
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