What are you drinking tonight 2021?

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Been putting back some american lagers lately, they really do hit the spot when it's 38c out. Now I am moving on to the Mexican lagers, this one is better than I remember. It's classified as a munich dunkel and is quite accurate.

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After a mad few weeks with very little brewing activity I've finally got the Gumballhead Clone kegged and carbonated after giving it nearly 3 weeks cold conditioning and wow! I've got a floral notes giving way to lemon, tangerine and a general citrus flavour. I'm on my second glass now and its bloody great, would definitely brew again...
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After a mad few weeks with very little brewing activity I've finally got the Gumballhead Clone kegged and carbonated after giving it nearly 3 weeks cold conditioning and wow! I've got a floral notes giving way to lemon, tangerine and a general citrus flavour. I'm on my second glass now and its bloody great, would definitely brew again...
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Looks a lot like mine...and sounds like it!
 

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A break from the hop intensity of Northern Monk, Salt, and Cloudwater.

Oh, that’s good!
I have to say I'm a bit bored with the overly hopped stuff, it has its place once in a while but I think there's too much of it around, always good to go back to a beer that's got more to it and a bit of subtlety.
 

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I’m starting to miss my English Bitter so I’m compensating with this. Not that they taste at all similar but they are both malty.
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It's been a long 7 days without a beer so I am diving in with what can be the last couple of pints riwaka pale.

The colour is nothing like the photo, it's like milky pineapple juice.

And you can see from the photo that the new drinking terrace is ready for slabs.
 

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Trying my first sour IPA. Was a bit worried about this because I not a big fan of sours. This is very refreshing and lightly soured. Dry hopped with Vic secret and mandarina Bavaria
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This has been in the keg for just over a week, a pilsner smash with saaz the head didn’t stay round long but the carbonation is like tongue biting the taste is really nice for me you get that slight wiffy sulphur smell you get with lager but you can’t taste it, it’s nice, how can you tell chill haze from not clear all this kegging and a fridge is new to me
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This has been in the keg for just over a week, a pilsner smash with saaz the head didn’t stay round long but the carbonation is like tongue biting the taste is really nice for me you get that slight wiffy sulphur smell you get with lager but you can’t taste it, it’s nice, how can you tell chill haze from not clear all this kegging and a fridge is new to me View attachment 49455
Chill haze will normally clear as the beer warms up.
 

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