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  1. Jan 11, 2019 #1

    beertrap

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    hi brewers! I'm looking forward to learning more about UK beers and how the Homebrewers make them.
     
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    Surely it's fairly similar to how it's done in the US, no?
     
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    Welcome :)
     
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    dad_of_jon

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    welcome, if you're after traditional bitters / ales I think myqul is your man,athumb.. i'm a bit bonkers with my brews, nothing traditional for me.... :laugh8:
     
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    Welcome, although I think around 90% of the forum primarily brew American style beers.
     
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    Welcome to the forum acheers.
     
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    Thanks everyone.

    Perhaps homebrewing is the same wherever in the world one brews, but since I have been on US forems, I thought I'd try the UK.

    Many American Brewers, myself included, brew to style, then go off and try new things. I do enjoy this, but most of us over here make a lot of American style beers. I like all kinds, except sours so I'm here to learn.
     
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