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  1. Dec 8, 2019 #3101

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    Sounds good how much centennial did you go with for the bells two hearted
     
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    200g in total 41g@45 41@30 the rest dry hopped, I'm quite happy with this one makes a nice change from all the juicy east coast stuff I've been drinking lately
     
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    I always keep meaning to try brew it. I have never tasted the original but is voted number 1 in America for craft beer.
    What was your grain bill for it
     
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    Good job Seen that recipe. I will give it a go in the new year.
     
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    Aldi cider, some overly grassy kolsh I made and 3 cans of stella that went out of date in aug 2016.
     
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    Looks like it will be Adnams rest of the holidays, happy days
     

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    My BIPA... exhausted after putting up the Christmas lights..
     
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    Pilsner Urquell, an old favourite. The wife always gets me a six pack when I work weekends. Seems to be a lot of diacetyl in this batch though :?:
     
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    Everything on the cloudwater menu. And more......
     

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    Only seeing this now, apologies for the delay in replying.
    I didn't know what to expect, maybe a salty kick to it. It was very tasty, definitely unusual. Lovely & creamy. I don't think this will bring the shops for much longer.
     
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    Today is 38C put a few beers in the fridge, don't normally drink them too cold, first Exmoor Gold clone, even though it is around 5 C not a chill haze but yeast not settled, still a bit green, and sweet on the lips,dry hopped with Mittelfruher hops.
    And my Bass clone.
     

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    I was thinking about doing a Pliny Clone for the grainfather but haven't done it yet, I have picked up a recipe from the community, it's pushing 500g hops and 200IBU's, I wonder if its going to be drinkable ? Good to get your thoughts..
     
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    image.jpeg Haloween Stout
     
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    Just tasted my Cornish milk stout that's been in the keg for a couple of weeks. Loverly jubberly, should be a cracking addition for my Christmas drinky poos. Made it last year around November, and can't for the life of me figure out why I don't brew it more often:beer1:
     
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    Nipped to the supermarket and youngest son put a 4 pack of Elvis juice in the trolley...he's after something!
    It'll go nicely with tonight's Madras..and maybe stop one of the kegs getting cracked,which is becoming increasingly more difficult.
     
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    Well... resistance was futile. For QC purposes I have cracked the American stout...
    A decent carb,pours smoothly with a small,lasting head,coffee and citrus aroma with very smooth coffee,bitter chocolate and citrus finish.
    At +6%....I must be very careful. Careful not to share it out too much that is!!
    Stupendous! Was like when I tried Jet Black Heart...
     
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    Right well, after a home Choccy brew earlier on which has to be my best brew yet.... I'm now on a home brewed Coconut ale, which again is nice but not so after the choccy brew. Sigh!
     
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    Christmas staff pints. Ho ho ho
     
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    Do you do them indoors and outdoors?
    The best I've done is put some around the picture window from inside. I'm kind of happy my wife is a minimalist, decoration-wise.
    Cheers.
     
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