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True, the area between 100º and 75ºC is still able to extract bitterness, but below 75º ought to be just fine.
If it's stuck, it has already fermented a bit, isn't there a chance of oxidation?
Hop replacements are good choices, and reminder: you don't need IBU recalculations for the late (0 minute) hops, just use the downscaled grams.
Not strictly, no.
But that used to be different in 1999.
From the age of 12 or so: yes. And a fine when not in possession, depending on the age (12-14: low fine, 15-17: medium fine, 18 and up: same fine...
Those will be back after Dry January, trust me!
Here in the lowlands under-aged cannot buy alcohol in supermarkets. BUT I cannot buy alcohol when my under-aged daughter is with me. So she has to...
Good morning, and welcome to the best hobby in the world! :smallcheers:
(though the missus begs to differ)
A Stout is an ale, so the keg should...
A Victoria™ mill would cost double, but still around only £40 . For around £80 you get a 2 roller mill, and for £120 a 3 roll mill.
Get a cheap...
No, that will convince the missus that I'm an alcoholic that can't abstain from drinking for even a month.
They could be trimmed down a lot, without loss of a lot of functionality.
Is it February yet?
Sanitise 'm in a layer of vodka overnight before adding.
I didn't, and got a mild infection.
Champagne yeast? MJ 42? Or even 41, if it doesn't divert too much from the desired flavour profile.
The 'bad marriage' comparison. And a lot of EU politicians were never voted for directly, just put there in place by their parties, or not even...
Dutch politicians: "we don't like the outcome, so there will be no more referenda."
Agree. Children should not be in the care of intoxicated people anyway.
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