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  1. Clint Eastwood

    Experiment in reducing cold break for those without chillers

    Hi guys, I have done 3 brews in the last couple of weeks and tried something new. I have not had time to build my wort-chiller yet so got to thinking about how I could reduce cold break in the FV. So far it has worked on the last three brews a treat. Just before I add the irish moss and final...
  2. Clint Eastwood

    Gaymers Olde English turbo Cider clone. ( old brown bottles)

    Hi guys I put out a request for the above a while back and thanks to some advice from graysalchemy have come up with my own recipe that comes pretty close. It is slightly stronger in alcohol effect though :) I did 5 demi-johns with different recipe's to find a close flavour so this is scaled...
  3. Clint Eastwood

    Sparkling ginger and blackcurrent Ale/wine

    Hi guys I love to experiment ( Don't laugh) I had a load of stuff knocking around in my brew cupboard and I have just made a really good ginger Ale/wine. It costs a little more than the usual but is well worth it especially if you like "Idris old Jamaica ginger beer" this stuff tastes as spicy...
  4. Clint Eastwood

    Made my first AG in more than 20 years.

    Started at 7pm last night finished at 3 am this morning and boy am I cream crackered. I haven't got a clue what the brew is called as I used the only things I could get my hands on from the LHBS just to try out the equipment I got from PD on here. 4.5kilo of pale malt .5 kilo of wheat malt...
  5. Clint Eastwood

    Gaymers olde english recipe.

    Hi Guys, I used to love Gaymers olde English cider in the brown glass bottles back in the 80's. The modern stuff seems to have changed and does not have that combo of sweet, bitter and tang. Does anyone have a recipe with % of cider, cooking, dessert apples to come up with a brew with similar...
  6. Clint Eastwood

    Wilko's pear cider.

    It claims to be a 5% ABV kit with the addition of 1.5 kilo's of brewing sugar. The ingredients are quite interesting for a pear cider. Concentrated apple juice,Barley malt extract and "natural flavouring". The supplied yeast is: X TZB. Which after a bit of research turns out to be a packet of...
  7. Clint Eastwood

    Hi fellow brewers

    Hi fellow brewers. I am back into home brewing after a gap of over 20 years baring the odd ginger beer plant for the kids. I used to brew from all grain recipes in the past and am putting my foot back into the water using kits at the moment as my evil wife threw all my equipment out years ago...
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