Discussion in 'General Beer Discussion' started by LarryF, May 29, 2015.
pale with EKG..
Looks like a good session pint @Clint.
Enjoying a few pints of my German Tettnang Pilsner. It's a very refined lager, more balanced than hoppy which I put down to the advertised character of the Wyeast 2308.
Thanks..it's turned out quite nice..yours looks very good indeed!
Christmas Pudding Wine - 28% ABV. I think a 330ml bottle might be too much lol.
Lidl Downtown IPA & Big City, both brewed by my local brewery Stewart Brewing. Liked them both.
Is that homebrew
It is indeed.
That sounds dangerous. I would need a nappie on to be drinking that stuff
It definitely has a kick. But it is tasty.
Say's in a slurred voice pass us another love
User upper bitter, it's very nice 4.2% more like a session beer, big glass is because it was in a 1l bottle
Mid afternoon and it's miserable outside... rain an all that, so I crack open a brew!
Bit young, as in another couple of days it will have had it's two week carbonating period.
So what am I drinking? Got a Coconut stout on the go and not bad too.
Recipe below is for a small batch brew (10 litres)
1.700g Liquid Malt Extract
150g Chocolate Malt
88g Crystal Malt
300g Coconut Flakes
35g East Kent Goldings Hops (for bittering)
It has a most unusual taste, definitely coconutty but the chocolate malt fights through and kinda dominates, that malt never seems chocolatey to my tastes, it always comes across as more of a coffee taste and it goes good with coconut. This will improve I'm sure of it. At 5.3%... I think it has made the day a slight more pleasant.
An interesting note: The 1.7g LME I bought off of ebay for a knock down price because it was out of date.... No hint of twang with this!
#39 and #40
This #39 was primed in a .45L bottle but with the sugar like it was a .5L, so a bit overcarbed for the style.
Picked up some of the new Tesco beers today. Never tried a Brut beer before and not sure about this. It's lovely and dry and fizzy with restrained bitterness to suit but it has a pronounced wine/grape character that I wish was a bit more hoppy.
Brewdog - Mr President!
I’m in Maidenhead drinking local lager. It’s quite good.
Fuggles Golding and cascade hops.
Not for me
I was thinking of making an English recipe with a touch of US like that, what was wrong with it?
My mate was there yesterday some free event or something. Help yourself to beer
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