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tescos have st. feuillien saison. sitting next to a st. louis gueuze. ashock1
I almost cancelled my trip to belgium. :laugh8:
 

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Pale, much paler than my Oktoberfest that had 50% Munich. I'd put the pilsner/Munich ratio at around 80/20.
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It's very tasty, more hoppy than a standard pilsner. Good stuff.
 

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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.
 

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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.

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Just got back from a couple of days in suffolk was given this, one of my fav beers anyone got a clone recipe
 

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#40, #41 and #42. Got to decide which one I will enter for the guild championships.
 

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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
 

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Trying my kveik mandarin bavarian and lemon drop pale, after 2 weeks sat in the bottle its tasting really good.
 

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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
 

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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).
 

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Fuller's lime gose. Never tried a gose before. It's a very light and refreshing drink. Would be great on a sunny day.
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