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Brewdog advent no.3 Hazy Jane. Thoroughly enjoyed this, although I have tried 2 out of the 3 beers from their advent calendar already
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I've decided I'm going to repurpose the box and have my wife pick me 24 beers for next year's advent calendar.
 

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Brewdog advent no.3 Hazy Jane. Thoroughly enjoyed this, although I have tried 2 out of the 3 beers from their advent calendar already View attachment 36838
I've decided I'm going to repurpose the box and have my wife pick me 24 beers for next year's advent calendar.
Is it 24 different brew dog beers. Or do you get doubles
 

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Brewdog advent no.3 Hazy Jane. Thoroughly enjoyed this, although I have tried 2 out of the 3 beers from their advent calendar already View attachment 36838
I've decided I'm going to repurpose the box and have my wife pick me 24 beers for next year's advent calendar.
I was considering doing something similar... Puts a bit of pressure on the wife though!
 

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Cardamom and coriander saison next for me. @Hazelwood Brewery this is around 10 weeks in the bottle. Flavour is spot on 👍
Definitely one to brew again
 

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Have you posted a recipe for this one?
I did I stole the idea from a surly beer called Todd the Axeman this is probably my fourth edition and the largest hop load I have used in it. It's getting closer to what I remember as it's aging. Maybe a bit too much mosaic as the darkness comes through. I like it though almost as much as the original. It's surprising how much malt character you get from heavy loads of golden promise.


 

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I did I stole the idea from a surly beer called Todd the Axeman this is probably my fourth edition and the largest hop load I have used in it. It's getting closer to what I remember as it's aging. Maybe a bit too much mosaic as the darkness comes through. I like it though almost as much as the original. It's surprising how much malt character you get from heavy loads of golden promise.


I wouldn't mind trying this one ☺
Sounds delicious
 

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How long do you suggest I hang onto those beers? I don't want to tuck in before they're at their best.
The Summer Breeze just needs a couple of days to settle a little, the Pilsner is good to go as soon as it’s cleared, the bitter might need a couple of weeks.

They’ll all benefit from a bit longer but I can always send you another set in a month - tuck in! ;)
 

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I did I stole the idea from a surly beer called Todd the Axeman this is probably my fourth edition and the largest hop load I have used in it. It's getting closer to what I remember as it's aging. Maybe a bit too much mosaic as the darkness comes through. I like it though almost as much as the original. It's surprising how much malt character you get from heavy loads of golden promise.


Is that 400g of hops?? I'm fed up with hop fade in my IPAs so I don't know if I could bring myself to use that much :confused:
 

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I am just sipping a pint (500ml actually) of FST London Pride. I bought a case of 12 bottles for £14 from my local Sainsburys yesterday as I thought that was a reasonably good deal. Just £1.16666 each!! :beer1:acheers.
 

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This Guinness Foreign Extra Stout a stronger, hoppier version brewed for export, was originally West India Porter.
Fruity sweet, dark treacle taste and more bitter than regular Guinness.
Quite pokey at 7.5% so one's enough for me, nice to savour slowly.
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This Guinness Foreign Extra Stout a stronger, hoppier version brewed for export, was originally West India Porter.
Fruity sweet, dark treacle taste and more bitter than regular Guinness.
Quite pokey at 7.5% so one's enough for me, nice to savour slowly.
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I love west indies porter. I haven't for some reason tried the export stout. Sounds right up my street 👍
 
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