What are you drinking tonight 2020.

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Pennine

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Sounds awesome
I had made 19l of it and it was not very good in the keg, then I bottled it and it became so much better. I think the oxygen during bottling helped eliminate the sulphur for me. At least that's my alibi with this one.

Columbus was the magic hop here, it's such a great one. Better than the other C's innmy opinion.
 

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My Yorkshire bitter is now bubbling along which means I need to get drinking my ordinary bitter so I have a spare keg for it.
 

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After a decent 1st attempt at a Weiss bier and a Dunkel Weiss bier on the cards I thought it would be best to do some research, to find a Weizenbock in stock at a supermarket was a bonus. The Fullers was mentioned on this forum as being a barley wine and a good one at that... so in the basket that went ๐Ÿ˜
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There may be trouble ahead...
 

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A bottle of my second crack at a bitter. It's alright but already christened the 'Boring Bitter' by Mrs Norm. There's nothing wrong with it - no off flavours and you can taste the crystal and choc malts - but it doesn't quite hang together. I'm currently thinking that the Nottingham yeast is the culprit, too clean and dry. Maybe it will improve with a bit of age.
 
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