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Discussion in 'General Beer Discussion' started by LarryF, May 29, 2015.
Hope your saving a few for tomorrow night aswell pal.
First one, so excited to finally try Tree House
Just enjoyed a couple of pints of Rock Bitter at the new micro pub at the end of our road. Just 3 min walk from my front door
Nice bitter edge and very quaffable at just 3.8%
If you haven't already...get a dog.
A nice pub just three minutes away on foot? That would be on my "must-have" for the next house! And a pizzeria.
This is a recent Massacre lager (14.4% ABV). Pretty darn good. Made in Michigan. The beers are dipped in thick wax though and a pain to remove. I settled on sawing around the perimeter. I'd end up cutting my finger off if I tried for a third.
I've got 2
Swmbo is disgracefully dragging me to the tower brewery for her birthday this weekend. It's less than 500m down the road, but definitely feels like a long walk home some nights. The IPA is absolutely amazing on tap, but if you get the chance try 'gone for a burton'.
The pub only opened on Sunday, and as brilliant as it is, it would be great to have a bit more variety - 4 beers on cask, all bitters between 3 and 4 %.
14% lager would not be on the menu sadly
Black IPA...really nice...down to 20 bottles so must plan carefully.
My new favourite glass. Citra mosaic pale ale
Thought I would try and get some inspiration for my next Ag brew, if nowt else I will sleep well
Using my nonick (spelling?) glass. It's a home brew Gale's Prize Old Ale (2 of 2). More than likely, it's not even close to the original. It is quite good even at such a young age. It's at 12.8% ABV range but was supposed to be 10% ABV. I added dark brown sugar to make up for the homemade golden syrup and it had an effect.
Double Chance Bitter clone, haven't a clue what the original is like but I have subbed the hops for all Williamette which I like.
How much dark brown sugar did you add? And are you tasting it
Samale's burgled Myqul's gaf...
Recipe please, looking fabulous!!
4kg base malt
500 g of honey malt
150 crystal 40
100g acid malt
I do no chill so
50g each of mosaic and citra at 80 degrees I leave them in while the wort cools over night.
Dry hop with 50g mosaic and 100g of citra
I used CML Pia yeast.
Adnams beer advent calendar for myself, so 6 to catch up on...
Starting with a very pleasant Tally-Ho
My Honest Brew advent arrived about 20 mins ago. Although annoyed that its a week late, it's good to have a bit of a backlog .
MJ AIPA kegged in October, relatively bitter but quite nice for a kit.
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