Go for a two can kit they taste so good , as mentioned Wherry is a good choice and can be bought in Wilkos or some large super markets.
Nice piece of kit, count me in
Yeah that took me a while to figure out too:thumb:
break down for 80 pints
hops grown in garden free otherwise
I have 70L thermopot brewery so can offer some advice if only 70% worth
I hope that is ok, not being able to edit posts after I have written...
well the brew is going mental!
It managed to lift the lid of my Blichmann Fermenator that weighs in at well over 500g. It was fine last night...
well first brew in over a year, what a great day!
100g terrified wheat ;)
80g Progress 5% 90...
and the new pics? Come on Ian don't let us down been nearly 3 months now!
White Hart pub
Liverpool Street Station
all welcome Essex or not
sounds like a plan :thumb:
you don't need campden tablets for kit brewing, the theory is that in the mash phenols from the grain react with the chlorine to form chloropenols...
go for it, it will add nearly 1% to the abv :thumb:
very nice, thanks for the caramel info.
I got no hops from my fuggle this year and not enough from my EKG to fill a punnet, :(
think I may have to dig them out they have been at it...
I use 8mm and just shy of 2m I believe (6 loops diameter 10cm so 60x3=180ish)
not had a problem, I use the same Pids as Vossy and Aleman.
I have pub CO2 and regulator board so can set the pressure
I have four of them use them for the kids pop nowadays, I used silicone grolsh washers and a cannibalised foot pump lever sealy thing (technical...
I do this regularly to empty as corny or take half a dozen beers.
add CO2 to bottles first so splashing does not oxidise then use bottling stick...
very nice :party:
sounds like a plan
I had one, my son totalled it :doh: , would be up for another count me in :thumb:
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