Discussion in 'General Beer Discussion' started by LarryF, May 29, 2015.
A reet proper northern bitter
tescos have st. feuillien saison. sitting next to a st. louis gueuze.
I almost cancelled my trip to belgium.
Pale, much paler than my Oktoberfest that had 50% Munich. I'd put the pilsner/Munich ratio at around 80/20.
It's very tasty, more hoppy than a standard pilsner. Good stuff.
Having a pint of Light Lager 4.2%abv brewed for my missus but the very one that scalded my wrist nearly 6 weeks past and it's damn tasty with a light look and mouth feel and crisp as well.Certainly would be a great lawnmower beer.Nicely carbed and has been conditioned in the keg around 2 weeks.
Different light on second pint and it does hold the lacing well.
Bottle of my Banana Heavy. This was my third ever attempt about 18 months ago a highland heavy kit. Kids left heating on in brew cave which combined with heat belt took fermentation temp into the 30s - hence the banana. Seems to have mellowed a bit ....patience etc.
It's not too early is it?
Just got back from a couple of days in suffolk was given this, one of my fav beers anyone got a clone recipe
#40, #41 and #42. Got to decide which one I will enter for the guild championships.
You tried the Cashmere version yet? Worth it.
No Gerrit I have not tried it, is it by brewdog
Second try of this bitter, it's coming on prob needs another week, if I brew it again I will cut the bitterness back a little
Trying my kveik mandarin bavarian and lemon drop pale, after 2 weeks sat in the bottle its tasting really good.
I'm drinking Maltsmiths Pilsner style Lager.
I think it's over hopped for a lager, least to my taste. What's the point of a lager of you're going to hop it to a point that it's no longer a crisp clean lager?
To get this level of hop character you'd have to add the hops very late in the boil, and probably dry hop - which makes no sense in lager.
It tasted like there may actually be a really good lager buried under all those hops.
Just my opinion though
Brewdog jet black heart, first time trying, lovely drop, still my fav is young's double choc stout.
2x homebrew accidental Helles.
Then a cheeky pint of my EKG user upper (cheeky as it's a bit young, but lush!)
Then a couple of Coopers Best Extra stout (commercial version, not homebrew).
Fuller's lime gose. Never tried a gose before. It's a very light and refreshing drink. Would be great on a sunny day.
Funnily enough I picked up one of those and had that tonight. Not to bad I thought.
I had one of these.....
Looks dank, super dank
Had of few of these beasts (11.8%ABV) while cooking pizzas on the BBQ.
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