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  1. stephen1546

    Should you have a best before date on your beer

    Yeah, make wine too. I always usually condition for a few months before drinking.
  2. stephen1546

    Should you have a best before date on your beer

    Yeah, that would be difficult. I have bought a kit that did say consume within 6 months
  3. stephen1546

    Should you have a best before date on your beer

    Hello Had a few Stouts that i have had for about 8 months made from a kit. I had one yesterday and got gut rot soon after, followed by a few visits to the loo. I wondered if it could be the length of time it was in the bottle, hopefully it was just a coincidence Anyway, do you guys make...
  4. stephen1546

    What kit beer are you drinking tonight?

    A Russian Imperial Stout from Love Brewing. 9% Abv and has been conditioning for around 12 weeks.
  5. stephen1546

    Sanitiser help

    Apologies. 23 litres not 5 as mentioned in last post
  6. stephen1546

    Sanitiser help

    I now use Milton Sterilising Fluid. Leave it for 15 mins then rinse. Cost around £2.50 a litre. Only a cap full required for 5 litres, a little less hassle than mucking about with granules.
  7. stephen1546

    How good is a Woodforde Wherry?

    Yeah, IPAs are usually my go to also
  8. stephen1546

    How good is a Woodforde Wherry?

    Use bottles, will keep 20 or so for crimbo hopefully!
  9. stephen1546

    How good is a Woodforde Wherry?

    Might give that a go the next time I make it. Cheers
  10. stephen1546

    How good is a Woodforde Wherry?

    Hi I've been brewing kits now for a couple of years. I finally got around to brewing the Woodforde Wherry after reading lots of positive reviews. Anyhoo, after only 1week of letting the bottles carbonate i gave a bottle a try. I have to say after 1 week it tasted really promising. Of all...
  11. stephen1546

    New Fifer

    LOL
  12. stephen1546

    New Fifer

    Welcome fellow Fifer.
  13. stephen1546

    Winter warm kits

    Yeah. 5 or 7 of them then it would be all over!
  14. stephen1546

    Winter warm kits

    Will Will do!
  15. stephen1546

    Winter warm kits

    Have gone for Beerworks Russian Imperial Stout for Xmas. Fermented like a rocket launcher and finished at 8.5%. Been in the bottle for nearly a week. A pricey kit at £38 but worth it I hope.
  16. stephen1546

    Beaverdale PG 23l - Best Price?

    Really' that's expensive. Mine turned out fine. I usually do a Solomon Grundy. Around 33 quid
  17. stephen1546

    Which Kit to Choose?

    I use Solomon Grundy platinum, these are better imo that Cellar 7 but no as good as Beaverdale
  18. stephen1546

    Which Kit to Choose?

    The Beaverdale Merlot is good, improves with age. I started of with Cellar 7 making whites, changed to Solomon Grundy and i find these much better, the roughly cost the same, around £32.
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