Holland & Barrett Malt Extract

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  1. Jul 14, 2017 #61

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    You'd be surprised what H&B sell that you can use in a brew. So far I've noted

    Malt extract
    Additive free cornflakes (same as flaked corn/maize)
    Additive free rice crispies (same as flaked rice)
    Flaked Barley
    Flaked Oats (you can of course buy this anywhere)
    Easy Cook polenta (made from maize/corn so you can use it instead of the corn flakes. It's also much cheaper)
    Flaked Rye
     
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  2. Jul 15, 2017 #62

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    Im starting to think they Know home Brewers are Making a big impact on theyre sales. Well never Know this for certain Though. Couldnt see that Welsh bloke saying one pint a day of ale saves you buying the b complex vitimins
     
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    You are inspiring me M.....alcoholic breakfast muesli. ...
     
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    Forget the muesli and just have a beer for breakfast :mrgreen:.......Breakfast Stout
     
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    What is it with that stout for breakfast? ?
     
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    ...proper piss pot territory. ..
     
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    Why is their breakfast time our lunch time?!?!!
    Proper S#£&+

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    Stout. The Breakfast of Champions! :mrgreen:
     
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    Seeing as you are a most informed,very knowledgeable person and all round forum nice guy..and hipster,I may have to pursue your invaluable advice...
    First I must brew a stout! Is any stout suitable or should one go for the breakfast variety?

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    I think a breakfast stout is a 'sub-genre' of a dry stout. I think it's called breakfast stout because it's got a very pronounced coffee flavour to it. A basic dry irish stout can have as little as only three differnect grains in it, Roasted Barley, Flaked barley and pale malt, so a good stout to start off on
     
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    Hurrah! I have those items in my grain store! The brew fridge is full...damn this hot weather....next up methinks!
     
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    Just us notty/wilko ale yeast and you dont need to bother with the brew fridge
     
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    Plan was a dry stout with some CML American pale ale yeast....but I have enough ingredients for two...for may brew one with each...

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    It only costs £1.70 from wilko, so almost as cheap as CML yeast
     
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    ....I have one in my fridge....next to the eggs!
     
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    No excuse then. Get brewing.
     
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    He was a grumpy so&so Friday night bless him.

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    Another buy 'one and get one half price' offer on at H&B at present and it includes their liquid malt extract, so today I have bought some more jars. It has gone up to £2.99 a 1lb jar recently but if you buy multiples of two jars with the offer it still represents good value for money. I have got myself a reward card now and they sent me a voucher for £1.50 the other week so that makes it even cheaper. :thumb: And as I have said on here before I have found it OK for brewing, no twang at all, or I wouldn't be buying the stuff.
     
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    What's the gram weight of it tezza,ah just seen it as a pound jar,thanks mate for the head up
     

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