What are you drinking tonight.

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  1. Nov 6, 2018 #1341

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    Think I'll have a glass of cider. There's probably enough left to keep me out of trouble until the ginger beer gets old enough to be drinkable.
     
  2. Nov 6, 2018 #1342

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    My Kentucky Common. Which is really maturing nicely. Just as I come to the end of the barrel.
     
  3. Nov 7, 2018 #1343

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    At uni we used to mix K with a half of Guinness to make a poor mans black velvet. Truly redefining the meaning of hangover.
     
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    First day off and a bit tired so wasn't going to bother but having just had a pink fit at my eldest coz he's a lazy little sod I might just do...
     
  5. Nov 7, 2018 #1345

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    Just coming to the end of the cider keg but I need to stretch it out a bit, the gingery beer has a bit of time to wait yet, I learnt not to rush it with the last batch. One last glass of raspberry and lime cider before bed and hopefully it'll stretch over the weekend - fingers crossed:D
     
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    More Kentucky Common. Being on annual leave is great! Brewday tomorrow.
     
  7. Nov 8, 2018 #1347

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    ill be drinking sakura twilight from wander beyond tonight I think though I might change my mind when I open the beer fridge.
     
  8. Nov 8, 2018 #1348

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    Did a little work on my ‘new’ kegle tonight in the brew shed and the took a bottle of a Golden Stag and one of Razorback IPA into the house. Both fab by the way.

    However, over the past year of brewing I have generally only drank my beer and when in a pub tried different ales.

    Tonight after having downed my two pints of home brew I had the urge for another but rather than heading down to the shed in the biblical rain tonight I grabbed a bottle of St Miguel left over from a friends visit recently.

    Now St Miguel used to be a flavoured drink of mine but my taste buds have changed, sour, no flavour, acidic even. Come back home brew.
     
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    Belgian out the keg,a GH wheat and an early sneak of the GH ESB...sublime drinking juice!
     
  10. Nov 8, 2018 #1350

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    1954 Whitbread Double Brown. It's getting better with age.
     
  11. Nov 9, 2018 #1351

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    An IPA by the Collective Arts Brewery in Canada called Ransack the Universe. Galaxy and Mosaic in this one at 6.8% Very nice.

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    And a Verdant Photon Trails. Very drinkable at 5.2% with Amarillo, Ekuanot and Azacca. Stacks of bitter orange in this. Amarillo is my favourite and I really enjoyed this beer.

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    Buxton Kentucky Woods and Magic Rock BA Mole
     
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    Last pint of my Kentucky Common, now a couple of my 1954 Whitbread Double Brown.
     
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    Watched the Armistice parade this morning followed by a lovely carvery lunch and a stunning pint of Craddock's Crazy Sheep.

    Despite all of the media hype, haven't see a single person wearing a white poppy.
     
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    Just about to pour a half of ginger beer. It's still pretty cloudy but it tastes good so....
     
  16. Nov 12, 2018 at 7:49 PM #1356

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    Last bottle of an Amarillo Single Hop Pale that I brewed summer 2017 to celebrate my nephew's graduation with a first class degree in engineering.

    We called it 'First Degree Earns'

    Even after all this time it's a belter. Farewell my friend.

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  17. Nov 12, 2018 at 9:43 PM #1357

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    Saison and wheat...
     
  18. Nov 12, 2018 at 11:07 PM #1358

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    Crypto Jacker, my 5.4% NEIPA, crazily hopped with Eureka, Amarillo & El-Dorado, plus a hint of Belgian Honey Malt, super juicy. Just a few give aways. :cheers2:

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  19. Nov 12, 2018 at 11:20 PM #1359

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    Water for the second night in a row. Being back after a week off work is pants. How many emails?!?!?!?!?
     
  20. Nov 12, 2018 at 11:28 PM #1360

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    Emails...select...delete! I had a conversation about emails today...pointed out that it would be better if people got off their behinds and went to speak with the person on the next desk/next office might actually get something done...daft looks all round...
     

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