What are you drinking tonight 2021?

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CiderKieron

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Just got back to our hotel after a Tom Jones gig at Hop Farm in Kent last night. Spent 2 hours at the gig then queued for 2 hours to get out! As I was driving no drinking at the gig but had one of these waiting for me in the room...
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.....very nice :beer1:

Is that near Seven Oaks? My aunt used to own a pub just down the way from there if so. I want to say Whitbread hop farm?
 

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Another pint of my dwindling stock of English Bitter as my new batch is fermenting and today’s Mild is resting before it goes in the fermenter. I think I might get another bitter on tomorrow to fill my four fermenter slots(then Stout, Summer Breeze, Pilsner, Mild).

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Another pint of my dwindling stock of English Bitter as my new batch is fermenting and today’s Mild is resting before it goes in the fermenter. I think I might get another bitter on tomorrow to fill my four fermenter slots(then Stout, Summer Breeze, Pilsner, Mild).

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That looks good! Unfortunately my attempt at an ESB recently was not very successful at all. I have slightly higher hopes for my Grey Sheep, not tried it yet but it looks a nice colour in the bottle, and in my experience beers that at least look good seldom taste awful!
 

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In the words of my husband “Tastes like something that will f*ck you up!”

In the words of me “Tastes like Scrumpy!”

Really nice authentic cider.

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A mate's homebrew dry stout. Its excellent. Lovely creamy head on it and some richness too. He used M15 and I've asked what the FG was. I suspect it was in the high teens at least. That might make it a little atypical for a textbook dry stout but t it has made a very good beer.... The best bit is it inspiring me to start planning recipes after losing a bit of homebrew mojo following a short summer break and a load of **** at work.
 
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