Oh yes!! I've spilled it on our worktop and felt the wrath of SWMBO.
Oh yes me too
Ah, but the BIG discussion in Scotland is, do you have salt and vinegar or salt and sauce with your fish supper?
Ok, into the boil they'll go. Cheers
Would you just lob the dried elderflowers straight in?
I'm thinking of doing the above from James Morton's book.
Question is, I have dried elderflowers and think will add as an aroma steep like a hop...
Make some dog biscuits
If you're going to Islay (presumably for the whisky), stop off at Fyne Ales near Inveraray on the way there to try their beer. I'd recommend it.
Ok, update on my clock up. First taste last night, and it was brilliant. Just goes to show that even an impending disaster can produce great...
Congrats, it's great to see hard work rewarded. Hope she does even better in the future.
My Old Dad used to say ,"If I hadn't had you lot, I'd...
Cheers, am definitely adding those two to my do list
Best Scottish retort to crying child, "Stop that greetin' or I'll give you something to greet about!"
I like the look of both of your recipes. Are they 20l batches?
Me too please
Haha, have it all noted.
Well, it's in the FV and hopefully fermenting. We'll see in a couple of weeks
Was brewing a jester/cascade pale ale. Equipment necessitated doing 2 batches and amalgamation both in FV. First batch completed when I realised...
I had terrible toothache a week ago and found that a couple of pints of my Totally Tropical Pale took the edge off. Highly recommended as painkiller.
Just had a fly pint of my 3rd attempt at TTP. It's only 3weeks in the bottle and again it's great. This is definitely my favourite by a long way.
Matt, I'm with you. I like ability to drink a good few pints and not be totally hammered, so for me 4.5%ish is ideal
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