Search results

Help Support The HomeBrew Forum:

  1. Brew_DD2

    Crafty Maltsters

    Including the malt they are very competitive. Agree that £11.50 is expensive for delivery but the overall price is good.
  2. Brew_DD2

    Crafty Maltsters

    I've not looked at the total prices for a comparison, but how does it compare to a 25kg sack of malt delivered from a competitor?
  3. Brew_DD2

    Clarify Beer with.....Oats

    Italian Pilsner is a great style and I have a lot of love for some of the beer coming out of Italy at the moment. TipoPils is excellent.
  4. Brew_DD2

    British app for home brewing

    I don't think anybody is relying on these apps to create recipes for them. They are a good way of keeping track of your recipes and great for all the essential brewday calculations. Recipe design and mucking about with the software is a big part of the fun for me.
  5. Brew_DD2

    Kveik

    In the supermarkets you'll find a few decent kettle sours, such a Thornbridge Florida Weisse. For more traditional mixed fermentation sours you'll likely need to go into an independent beer shop. That being said, Waitrose sells Boon Oude Gueuze and Kriek beer.
  6. Brew_DD2

    Brewing with river water.. Good/bad idea

    You're better off with soft water. Give you a base to add salts to your desired profile. Not a fan of hard water for lighter beers.
  7. Brew_DD2

    Mick Dundee’s Kegerator Build

    That's the one. They all do it though. Moen doesn't jump around any more now that it's indoors. That being said, check all of your joints because it's painful losing a whole tank of gas.
  8. Brew_DD2

    NEIPA revelation

    I agree that they are good beers. Some excellent offerings in the 440ml cans too.
  9. Brew_DD2

    Mick Dundee’s Kegerator Build

    Yeah, when I had it outside it bounced regularly from red to 50psi.
  10. Brew_DD2

    Mick Dundee’s Kegerator Build

    My regulator goes up and down all the time with temperature fluctuations. PTFE all your threaded connections and spray down all joints with soapy water.
  11. Brew_DD2

    I'm going pro - Maverick Brewing Company

    https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/whats-on/food-drink-news/microbrewery-tap-room-set-open-18675037 Just had this come up in my Google feed too. You're famous!
  12. Brew_DD2

    NEIPA revelation

    In the grand scheme of what a lot of independent breweries are putting out, their price point is very keen. Not uncommon to see 440ml cans at £7 for heavily-hopped styles.
  13. Brew_DD2

    British app for home brewing

    More will allow you to change from Imperial to metric units. My app of choice is the Brewfather app. Loads of great features, responsive developer and intuitive GUI. Most of these apps do have quite a steep learning curve, but you will find them invaluable.
  14. Brew_DD2

    Crafty Maltsters

    I'm going to buy a sack of their lager malt soon. Keen to see how it compares to Crisp and Weyermann Pilsner malt.
  15. Brew_DD2

    Perfectly imperfect berries from Tesco

    I was quite tempted to put a sour onto a a few bags.
  16. Brew_DD2

    Kveik

    El Dorado is a magnificent hop.
  17. Brew_DD2

    Which regulator?

    The ODL regulators from Brewkegtap are excellent.
  18. Brew_DD2

    Buying on Ali Express

    I applaud the sentiment but feel it's a bit cutting off your nose to spite your face. The government is undoubtedly horrible, but I certainly don't feel like buying directly from China is an endorsement of their dubious human rights record. As you say, you can't escape the fact that everything...
  19. Brew_DD2

    Buying on Ali Express

    Any tracking? I bought stuff from the Kegland store. The first courier lost the parcel, but they re-sent it without question when I pointed it out. Came in 3 weeks. Absolute bargains to be had from their official store.
  20. Brew_DD2

    Brewing with Terpene oils

    Experimental Homebrew podcast did a show on them and said you got huge aroma from them. I'm really meaning to try brewing with them at some point.
Top