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    Congratulations! You have successfully stumbled upon (or been given the link to) the Worts and All forum dedicated to the age old art of home brewing.

    I know, I know, you’re thinking “Wow, what a cool name!” but trust me, there’s so much more to it than that.

    Sure, this is a place to hang out and talk beer, but it’s also about a lifestyle and an ethos. This is where we want to hear your stories of hand crafted Stout and Chocolate Ice Cream, your tales of Old Speckled Hen Sausages and all about that little tiny pub you discovered in the middle of nowhere where the owner made his own cheese and dished out shots of home-made limoncello in frozen shot glasses in the shape of Table Mountain.

    This place was created by a few likeminded individuals who were sick and tired of trawling foreign forums for information. What do the British know about locating Cascade hops in Bela-Bela? What do the Americans know about trying to locate a decent sized glass carboy in Africa? What do the Belgians know about great clubs like Southyeasters and Worthogs?

    So really it’s all about you. Come in, share, enjoy…

  • Recent Forum Posts

    BeerHolic

    Vienna...ale?

    So what do you use ??. I have one of these ph meters and yes it is not the best quality and the most accurate. However I do regularly check it and find

    BeerHolic Today, 13:23 Go to last post
    jakeslouw

    Vienna...ale?

    My daughter is an analytical chemist and she reckons those things are so shite they need re-calibration EVERY TIME you want to use them..........

    jakeslouw Today, 12:15 Go to last post
    Toxxyc

    Vienna...ale?

    Alright, ladies and gents! I learned one more thing: Winter is AMAZING to brew in, specially if you're aiming for lower temp brews. OK, two things:

    Toxxyc Today, 08:07 Go to last post
    jakeslouw

    Flaked Wheat

    I know the guys who did the spaghetti, think that is Anthony and Nick. And they know their stuff.

    jakeslouw Today, 06:57 Go to last post
    groenspookasem

    Flaked Wheat

    The closest I'll get to brewing with breakfast cereal is rolled oats, and even then I'll go for malted oats. On another group I saw people brew with fruit

    groenspookasem Yesterday, 20:40 Go to last post