Discussion in 'General Beer Discussion' started by LarryF, May 29, 2015.
Lagunitas is a subsidiary of Heineken. Say no more.
I'm all out of homebrew and a bit skint so it's 3 cans of life & death 3 for 5.25 at tesco and nicked the wives malbec, (tesco finest of course) Its a brew day so all is not lost I'll have beer in a fortnight or so.
Nowt...work today and tomorrow...
Brahma. Fairly bland stuff but I'm getting through my kegged IPA far too quickly. I would like it to last longer than one week ffs.
I hope that's a 5l keg young man!
i am actually drinking the most leggendary beer ever made, The Finkbrau pilsner from LIDL shops, wich is rated to be the worst metal-taste beer here in italy, i'm just drinking it, so i can get used to this incredibly bad taste, in order to have a complete overkill when i will drink my fresh homebrew after a 4 months of unactivty xDDD
Tonight my SMaSH brew is ready for drinking! but looking at it I think it could do with another week or two for clearing, but that doe's not put me off Gentlemen! I shall drink to you all never the less.... and here I present my bottle with naff label...
It actually tastes very nice indeed and I'm somewhat surprised about the very 'Honey', sweet taste it has, it's quite malty but hops not so noticeable. Bit disappointed that it has no head, not even when pouring. This came straight out of a very cold shed and I put in two Coopers carb drops for a cold beer. ~The rest of the batch which I'll drink room temp, have one drop each, wonder if there is much of a difference?
The recipe for this....
2kg Munich - Crushed grain base malt.
20 Grams of Fuggles Hops.
6 gram packet of yeast.
10 litres of spring water.
Simple stuff but not a failure by all means.
My Grapefruit Double IPA, brewed just after new year 8.14% malty hoppy fruity
Tonight I met with @dan125 For a few beers in Waterloo and along Southbank. Highlight for me was the kernel London brown stout London 1865 9.1%
I'm blaming that Imperial Brown for my sore head this morning.
Was in the supermarket earlier and picked up a bottle of BrewDog hop rocker for research purposes....yes,most acceptable. I'd describe it as a hoppy lager but using more pale ale type hops. It's cool fermented according to the label.
Had to come across to Edinburgh ! And had a couple of vouchers for free beer flights so free beer
Kolsch. . Ish own brew taken from James Morton
5.4% really biscuity fine carbonation
One of my best! Happy man
So far two GH wheat with bitter orange and coriander a GH summer ale. I'm currying so it's work in progress!
Prefer the can.
Still too green. We all think Photon trails is better on keg.
Theres another beer on the 4th tap that I can't show but its going down a storm
Homebrew tonight - Historic lager, John's ESB & John's best extra stout.
Is it a medical reason as to why you can't show us...?
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