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Yes, it's surprisingly strong - possibly because Chinook is dank rather than citrus (I don't know if that would even be a factor)
Found 6 bottles of Chinook and Simcoe IPA in the garage. Must be 2 years old and they are very nice. acheers.
I like foxy's magnet idea - genius!
I'm with Leon - just chuck them in, no bag required.
Thinking about some of the replies here has made me think, would whisky stones work?
The Brewferm kits are excellent. I have found that the Tripel/Dubbel/Christmas need at least 6 months before starting to condition and the sweet...
Video evidence or it never happened athumb..clapaclapa
Leon - stop bringing knowledge and experience into the discussion!! :eek:
Mick, I think you're right but the situation may be more complicated if he gave out his own homebrew as examples of styles rather than buying in...
That's not what his original question referred to.
He was asking about needing a licence if he provided beer as examples of different styles to...
Already established earlier in the thread that unfermented wort is not classed as the supply of alcohol and is not covered by licencing regulations.
I won't go through this post point by point explaining why each statement is incorrect because, quite frankly, I can't be bothered and...
You are completely wrong as the 'tiny free gift' is alcohol and different rules apply. HMRC can and will link the two transactions and deem...
This is incorrect and dangerous business advice
Northern Monk and North Brewing
Nige, you repeatedly keep missing the point people are making.
The 'gift' of alcohol is a supply dependent on people paying for a course from a...
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