er a wiper and true & a du-a-dipa - tidy but i prefer my own :oops:
I've used MJ's cider yeast 3 times and love it. Mango & Pineapple was especially refreshing.
MJ, lallemand Belle Saison and Bulldog B16 used - all were good my fav was MJ's cos I'm an MJ fan boi :cheers3:
Whilst I like the idea of bottling from the FV which makes bottle priming more likely (but not certain as you could add sugar to the fv) I would...
I surrender - you win. :hat:
that's my 12.86% firmly kicked into touch clapa - how are you packaging this monster? - something tells me you wont be using 660ml bottles :D...
i add gin to a beer - I found i needed 40ml in a 330 bottle to get the desired taste ashock1
yeah, I'm gonna have to do something about that :laugh8:
a beastly brew eh? or devilishly delicious
15.16% - I reckon fg of 1.025 - go-go kviek athumb..
brew short - buy a bag of spray malt 500g and chuck in a can of 454g can of golden syrup around £1-1.15 for the syrup - better results for not...
hmm assuming your fg could be around 1025 - would for option 1 be 18.77%
i'd reduce the boil time to make more so maybe up the bittering hops to...
enjoying the thread whilst drinking a shandy like - 10.5% barley wine :D
yes it is wrong, you should be barred from the forum :laugh8:
you are one really lucky bu***er clapa
1. aw I cant remember - born in '65
2. only when I can't be ars** to shave
3. er hovering around 14st depends on how often I can get on my bike....
The kid on the sign fell off her bike and started to cry, so dad held her hand and they walked away from the bike. Now the reason she fell off it...
nice one athumb..
My plan was to let the bugs sour the beer for 2 days then pitch standard yeast but there was no need to, they did the job...
Their dark side of the moose is a super session beer IMO. clapa
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