Greetings! I found you through a google search for Yorkshire bitters, and thought a UK brewing forum would be a good place to start. Good to see homebrewing is alive and well in the UK. I've been brewing since '96, with no real mission than to have fun, get better, and make beer I like to drink. I currently brew on one of two systems: a three vessel system of converted half-barrel direct fire sanke kegs, with a pump, boil kettle whirlpool, and three 200K btu propane burners; and a 16 US gallon BIAB system that I make 5 or 10 gallon batches in depending on the OG. It's all set up in the garage, which is my defacto brewery. I keep a good supply of bulk grains, and make up recipes as I go with what I have. I have an ulterior motive for joining here as well: my wife and I are planning a trip to the UK next year, and I want to learn a bit more about the places we might want to go, and who knows, maybe meet some fellow brewers too. Looking forward to posting a pic of my first Yorkshire bitter, and then hope to try some for the comparison! Cheers!