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    Ah ... you are on the wrong forum! Repeat that question elsewhere and it might be met with a close to apoplectic inducing outburst (from...
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    peebee replied to the thread BOEL iTap counter pressure filler.
    Honestly ... ! But it is one up for the Pegas tap - a few pence and two minutes with a hacksaw against £25 for the special clamp-lock...
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    peebee replied to the thread BOEL iTap counter pressure filler.
    They look very much like rip-offs of the "Pegus" taps. But you do have to modify a washer as a packer to make that tap work with glass...
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    peebee replied to the thread Victorian Bitter.
    Err, "non-epiheterodendrin (EPH) producing". That was a bit of a ride! Something about Hydrogen Cyanide along the way. Okay, no Maris...
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    peebee replied to the thread Victorian Bitter.
    Something many people do with Chevallier barley malt is mash at a low temperature (62-63C) to get a more fermentable wort. It's what I...
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    ERRATUM! "Gently but quickly encourage whey together" in the above instructions should have been "curds" not "whey". And no spiders (or...
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    peebee replied to the thread Victorian Bitter.
    I too wondered. In fact Edd added a bit to this thread on the subject. After grubbing through his recipes for excessively long periods...
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    peebee replied to the thread Victorian Bitter.
    I like to think you read my posts? Too much time lolling about in all that French sun no doubt. Joshua Tetley XK Bitter Beer (1868)...
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    peebee replied to the thread Victorian Bitter.
    Oops, I was spouting on a different forum! But I was moaning how all this hybridisation led to the position we have now: Lots of...
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    peebee replied to the thread Sealing kegs.
    Don't get distracted! You might hear mixed gas "for stout" but that doesn't mean stout needs mixed gas because it most certainly does...
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    peebee replied to the thread Victorian Bitter.
    Aye I knew shortly after posting it I'd committed a "chronological error". But, I thought no-one would notice and tell on me. 😖 I do...
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    peebee replied to the thread Victorian Bitter.
    Much earlier! The date I've got is 1906, so very nearly Victorian! The other biggy from back then was Spratt Archer. Spratt was an Irish...
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    peebee replied to the thread Victorian Bitter.
    Plumage was a Swedish landrace variety, Archer an English landrace. Plumage Archer (grand-daddy of Maris Otter) is a new-fangled hybrid...
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    peebee reacted to jjsh's post in the thread Victorian Bitter with Like Like.
    Have you noticed that Geterbrewed have Plumage Archer in stock now? Itching to give that a go as well as the heritage 6-row that Crafty...
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    peebee replied to the thread Victorian Bitter.
    Why is Chevallier barley so different? Chevallier barley developed as a "landrace" (a spontaneous emergence, and selection, of a useful...
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