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    Yeah, I have a range of Erlenmeyers of varying sizes. Also a proper stirplate, glass and plastic vials, alc bath for "freezing" and glycerine for storing. I need to get in the swing of things, instead of..." I'll wash for reuse " To be honest, I lost the majority of my original kveik voss strain when I stupidly bumped an Erlenmeyer off the table after a wash, 'twas "fun" to clean and a great loss to boot. Luckily LC has those Kveiks now, so it's all good still

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    Belgian Trappist Single20190520_183924.jpg

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    It's not the size of your equipment; it is what you brew with it.

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    Yip, and they're both flipped on their sides

    Beer looks good tho
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    Wow, nice and clear welcome back
    I love brewing session beers and lagersTime is on your side, never rush a beer Have fun, its only beer

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    The last of my RIS that I brewed in 2014.

    Using that base recipe tomorrow for a crazy brew. More to follow, if the idea works.

    Thanks for the welcomes

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtronSeige View Post
    The last of my RIS that I brewed in 2014.

    Using that base recipe tomorrow for a crazy brew. More to follow, if the idea works.

    Thanks for the welcomes

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    Well, out with it, how did it age?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakeslouw View Post
    Well, out with it, how did it age?
    It was... Ok. The beer was clean and has good stout notes, but it was too thin for style.
    It's not the size of your equipment; it is what you brew with it.

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    Cheers gents. Enjoy the last day of the long weekend.

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    Bottoms up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by groenspookasem View Post
    Bottoms up!

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    I love that glass!

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