Discussion in 'General Beer Discussion' started by LarryF, May 29, 2015.
First taste of David heath's Vienna lager brewed using kviek. Looks too dark. It tastes nice.
Bought a bottle of Lagunitas daytime from Asda the other day. VERY pale in colour when I poured it but was well impressed by the taste. Will definitely give it another go.
Brewdog diydog Hazy Jane. Really recommend this recipe if you fancy doing a clone. Used the CML haze yeast.
Really pleased with this. My second Mangrove Jack's New Zealand Pale Ale Kit with Safale 05. Bottled about six weeks ago. The first Batch was just ok but I couldn't be happier with this.
Another Belgian classic, one bottle just isn't enough
This one is very nice, comes in at a whopping 11.8% ABV. My local beer store is on top of things, getting good product in. The stout section is fairly large.
Nice glass. I'll have to try that one. Do the stores carry La Fin Du Monde over there? It's a Tripel.
Sounds familiar, where's it brewed?
Hey, did you go all-grain or did you get a kit from brewdog?
All grain, I don’t think they’ve ever made a hazy Jane kit.
Just embarking on the pisshead express from Manchester back to London after two days at the test match. Im frozen to the core.
Marston's old empire ipa, Lidl, £1.20
Ah, I didn't know if they did a kit or not!
I've been reading through the recipe book, but they don't give times for hops, just start middle and end, what did you go for?
From memory there’s a really small addition near the end of the boil then I added the next lot once I’d cooled down to 80c. Finally I split the dry hop schedule with a few days in between. 1st dry hop was at high krausen.
Trying a few local beer
Just cold-steeped tea and lots of it.
Fourpure Juicebox clone!
Four local beer. The Galway bay session IPA is a nice drink
Tea with bugs..out fishing again..
A nice dry Irish stout drawn through the beer engine, who needs nitro pours.
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