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I have used Safale 04 for my Imperial Stouts.
When I had more time brewing I used to make a normal gravity brown ale and use the yeast from that...
Revealed: complex post-Brexit checks for Northern Irish traders...
I can hear Frazier saying 'We're doomed'
You have to read that with the theme from The Dambusters playing in the background for the full effect
Sorry, you lost me at 'The.'
How is any of that related to Post Brexit food standards????????
Anyway, ye will all find out Dec 31st (or sooner) what the craic is.
It's the Republic of Ireland to you.
We may have been rag tag & bob tail, but we have the fastest growning economy in Europe, full employment and...
Feck was pretty much in common usage in Ireland before Father Ted.
Kind of a softer version of F**k.
Would be seen as in no way offensive as f**k...
Yeah, I forgot about that. That must have happened when they kicked out their Royals after WW1.
I wonder what part of the Irish identity is...
I used their Stefon yeast in a Weizenbock recipe.
Took off like a rocket and left some very nice bubblegum/clove flavours.
No starter needed....
What part of German identity is missing???
Apart from Prussian militarism.
Good for them
Maybe you just don't like the style.
Get a neutral party to taste the beer & get honest feedback?
A FG of 1018 seems a bit high to me.
Might account for the sweetness.
Did you re-hydrate the yeast?
Was the yeast old/out of date?
When you measured with a hydrometer you got an OG of 1073?
Am I correct.
That would be an ABV of 7.2%
Always rehydrate dry yeast.
I did a brew day with a professional brew once.
He said 'Always rehydrate. It's easy and doesn't add anytime to your...
Oops my pic of Boris won't upload.
Or Jeremy Cornyn.
There's no pics I'm afrsid
But here's a picture of giant cock
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