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  1. Portreath

    Stout fermentation

    I can agree with the temp issue, if I've gone up to 67c mashing stouts I,ve had a few stick at around 1.020., so I keep it lower now.
  2. Portreath

    What are you drinking tonight 2020.

    I don't personally but I've been there a few times fecking awesome little set up!! ..My wife likes Cornish Gin, wife goes there = wife is happy wink...
  3. Portreath

    What are you drinking tonight 2020.

    Lushingtons, and Porthleven are both nice pints. Just found out Skinners now have a drive through service :cool: I might take a walk down there and take a look.
  4. Portreath

    Trump v Biden.

    and that is the most worrying thing about this whole election situation and the divisiveness that the Flump administration have perpetuated.
  5. Portreath

    What are you drinking tonight 2020.

    Coincidentally last night I was drinking an Oatmeal Stout made from malt bought from Skinners brewery, the kind folk there let me buy 25kg bags of Muntons pale.
  6. Portreath

    What are you drinking tonight 2020.

    Sadly due the the current situation the Old Ale House (Skinners pub) is clean and free peanut free :-(
  7. Portreath

    Trump v Biden.

    Listening to a US commentator, who strangely sounded quite neutral! He mentioned the piling litigation and poor financial forecast of the Trump fortunes, I got a steaky feeling that hiding being the presidency might be his way of keeping the wolves from the door for 4 more years.
  8. Portreath

    Greg Hughes recipes

    well I've just put a GH Milk stout in the hot tub to chill (tubs been off for a few week) and this time I stuck to the recipe by the gram.
  9. Portreath

    Marmite Beer

    If think (your responses got me thinking really) a low hop/alcohol quick beer like a mild might be worth a shot, may be a sample 5ltr batch erhmmm. I might just give it a punt. Edit: Marmite Mild....has a nice ring to it:beer1:
  10. Portreath

    Making cider with no press

    Is it possible to make cider without a press? I've just found a tree properly loaded with apples in our local woods, apples taste nice too. I recon I could get a couple of ruck sacks full of the things. Cheers
  11. Portreath

    Marmite Beer

    Of late I've been getting through shed loads of Marmite, in fact I'm saying away form any thing sweet as I fear I may start fermenting!ashock1 I know that Marmite is a by-product of the Beer brewing industry, so I wondering if I can go full circle and make a Marmite beer?
  12. Portreath

    Back to brewing

    I'm getting ready to bottle this today, I've 3 demijohns and a bit so around 15ltrs in all, it's come out at about 9.8% ABV so not too bad for a quick throw together really. Taste from the sample is good, nice honey hit and plenty of flavour. Going to leave this to condition for as along as I...
  13. Portreath

    Grenade

    That's decent of them. Verdant are down my way btw, one of the owners used to own a falafal street food van in Falmouth, really popular & dam good falafals too...if you like that sort of thing.
  14. Portreath

    Grenade

    @MmmmCitra Is there anyway of knowing how long it's been in the can?
  15. Portreath

    Covid-19 the second wave.

    Pilgrim's Pride they are calling it now!!. It was always known as Tulip down here and It never had a great reputation. They have a high proportion of European migrants on their workforce, and from speaking with an ex employee, the workers are not at the forefront of the companies list of...
  16. Portreath

    Greg Hughes recipes

    Thanks, guess it a little bit of a cloudy brew then?
  17. Portreath

    Greg Hughes recipes

    @Furry Shark Brewery did you put the passion fruit puree in the boil or the FV?
  18. Portreath

    Help needed

    Thanks for the posts @Rodcx500z and @the baron. I'm now inspired to get out my British Real Ale Book and have a go at the Bellhaven 80/-
  19. Portreath

    Grenade

    Well it looks like it's about to take off!
  20. Portreath

    Session Ale recommendations

    @archno1 Take a look at the beer works kits, I've done a few and I do rate them as higher quality: https://www.lovebrewing.co.uk/beer/beer-kits-by-brand/beerworks-craft-brewery-beer-kits/?p=1
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