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  1. Jun 23, 2017 #1

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    New batch of branded sacks arrived. We crush all your malt orders the day they are dispatched for maximum freshness.

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    New Range of Beer Kits - £19.99 Bundle Offer

    Mangrove Jacks have produced a new range of beer kits - Get 'er brewed are the first to launch them

    These are 1.7kg cans but they come with a premium bundle including a pouch of liquid malt enhancer 1.2kg and a premium Mangrove Jack Yeast Sachet

    4 Impressive Homebrew Kits;
    Bavarian Wheat
    Belgian Ale
    Irish Stout
    Munich Lager

    The Liquid Pouch of brew enhancer and a premium quality yeast style carefully selected for each style will make an amazing extract beer kit

    http://www.geterbrewed.com/new-products/

    http://www.geterbrewed.ie/new-products-en/

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    Am i seeing things?100g of fuggles for £2.11!? my lord
     
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    The 2015 harvest (rather than 2016). Still good price though
     
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    We are proud to announce we now distribute Crisp Malts in Ireland.

    If you own a brewery and want to brew with a quality malt product we are now holding stock in Northern Ireland, talk to us about setting up an account

    Crisp Malt is proudly accompanied with industry leading traceability and award winning customer service.

    A beautifully crafted range of malts from Crisp Master Maltsters since 1870 including a range from number 19 Floor Malthouse

    Base Malts - Discover our beautifully crafted range of base malts
    Clear Choice Malt - Craft crystal clear beers with our Proanthocyanidin-free Malt
    Organic Malt - Soil Association certified and sustainable malt
    Vienna & Munich Malt - Develop character and malty flavours with melanoidin malts
    Crystallised Malt - Customise flavours and adjust body with our roasted and crystalized malts
    Roasted Malts - Customise flavours and adjust body with our roasted and crystalized malts
    Other Malts - Discover unique flavours by taking advantage of our other types of malt
    Non Malted Cereals - Maximise the taste, aroma and mouthfeel of your brew, whilst enhancing head stability

    Set up an account today by following the link below
    https://www.geterbrewed.com/interested-in-wholesale/

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    Starsan Cleaning Products - *****Star

    Five Star Rules of Cleaning and Sanitising......

    + You can only sanitise clean equipment.

    +Dirty equipment will always contain bacteria.

    +Cleaners ARE NOT sanitisers. Whether alkali or acid, cleaners should not be used as the final procedure.

    +Sanitisers ARE NOT cleaners. Sanitising is the final procedure after cleaning or on clean equipment just prior to brewing.

    +Cleaning and sanitising can be improved by time and temperature. Allowing longer contact time and/or increasing the temperature of solutions will improve the results.

    +Do not overuse chemicals. “More is not better”. It normally requires more water and/or higher temperatures to rinse, and may leave an unwanted residue or just cake on to the equipment. Follow the directions.

    +Cleaners and sanitisers must come in contact with 100% of the soils. This means that all blind areas, such as man-way lips or racking arms, must be hand cleaned and sanitised, use of spray balls can be very effective.

    +Never add water to chemicals. Always blend cleaning or sanitising chemicals into water.

    https://www.geterbrewed.com/cleaning-products-en/

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    well spotted. its either those or a 1kg pack of the 2016's. think thered be questions over where the frozen mixed veg has gone from the freezer going with this option:nono:
     
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    Get the 1kg and chuck the frozen veg. Just tell Mrs B.i.G you've decided to buy fresh veg from now on :mrgreen:

    The 2015 will probably be fine. I just prefer to buy the latest harvest if I can. Freshest ingredients making the best beer and all that. Dont forget CML. They dont have postage charges and I'm pretty sure they have fuggles (dont know how much they are though)
     
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    What organic malts do you have? I could not find them on your site. Thanks
     
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    Hi, We just recently brought in organic malt for a brewery in Ireland we have yet to add these to our homebrew site, is there a demand for them? If so we can add them... Let me know what you guys think please
     
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    I remember we had someone on here calling GEB all sorts of names because his grain came in a GEB branded bag instead of the maltster's own bag, including that they were passing off an inferior malt as a branded one.

    He swore black was white that there isn't a single maltster in the country who sells in bags bigger than 25kg and therefore GEB definitely wouldn't be buying in bulk and splitting the gain into smaller amounts in their own bags when the orders came in. The image at the bottom right of the picture in this post proves him completely wrong!

    EDIT - this is the thread http://www.thehomebrewforum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=66178&highlight=Geterbrewed
     
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    I would be very interested in organic malts and hops. Thanks.
     
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    What's the difference between organic and non organic malts? Is their much price difference (which tbh would be the deal breaker for me)?
     
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    I have used the Crisp malts and they are very good. I also really like Ireks.
     
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    I have gone fully organic, taste wise I have noting to report so far as the first batches are still in the fermentors. However, I have also gone sustainable and part of that is sourcing as locally as possible.
     
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    I would be very interested in organic, always better to know.
     
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