Coopers Canadian Blonde

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  1. Jan 1, 2020 #1

    woody1959

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    20l Tesco Ashbeck water
    11g Lallemand Nottingham yeast
    1.2KG Vinclasse brewing sugar
    SG1.041
    17 days fermenting
    FG1.010
    ABV 4.069%
    Racked in 500ml amber bottles, primed with 3.3g DME to achieve 2.0 volumes CO2
    Storage temp 19c
    Days aged 32.

    I put 2 bottles of this in the fridge last night, tonight they were nic3ely chilled at 5c. Bottles opened with a very explosive "pop" which experience tells me that 2.0 volumes CO2 had been achieved. A very nice crisp clean beer, I would suggest suited to a BBQ day in the summer but drinkable at any time really, lovely light gold colour and it has that great "throat burn" that only properly carbed beer has.
    Taste wise very similar to Coopers Mexican cerveza but different on many levels.
    All in qall a good clean beer that I will definitely brew again.
     
  2. Jan 19, 2020 #2

    labrewski

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    I just transferred this to my bottling bucket today after 19 days I dry hopped for about 58 hrs with 50g hallerteur mif not the right name but close to it going to bottle in a day or so cant wait to test her looks fairly clear now so should be fine
     

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