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  1. #1411

    Quote Originally Posted by jakeslouw View Post
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    This is what it looks like
    Nice setup Jakes. Is that made from one of those good ol copper geysers?
    Cheers,
    Lang

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  2. #1412
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langchop View Post
    Nice setup Jakes. Is that made from one of those good ol copper geysers?
    yep

    I can possibly go up another 10L before I have mash volume issues.

    So possibly a genuine 75L kegged volume. 1 x 50L and 1 x 30L or else 3 x 30L kegs.

    That baby probably has over 100 batches behind it already.

    It is scary how fast a 50kg bag of SAB pale malt disappears at those volumes.

  3. #1413
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    The Pale Ale and Hefe-Weisse that I brewed turned out ok. Pale Ale tastes pretty damn good but I do detect a bit of butterscotch. The Hefe is lacking that banana/clove flavour from the yeast but it fermented cleanly. Keen to give the Weisse another go but very happy with the Pale Ale. Massive thanks again to The Flying Brew for all the advice. Legend.

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    Edit: This is after bottle carbing for 9 days.
    "Well, I suppose if Iím being honest, there were a few times in the past where I admit I did have a drinking problem,

    But I can truthfully say that Iíve become more responsible since then,

    and today I always make sure that I have enough beer around so that Iíll never have a problem drinking again."

  4. #1414
    That does look more-ish. Well done
    Cheers,
    Lang

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    Looks great
    The Problem With The World Is That Everyone Is A Few Drinks Behind.!


  6. #1416
    Looking good, force carbing my Burton IPA at the moment and doing a Timothy Taylor Landlord tomorrow, English bitters with EKG for the win. My Vienna Pilsner is bubbling away and should be ready next week

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  7. #1417
    I want to brew tomorrow morning. Won't be able to visit the homebrew store today. Have Pale Malt, Wheat Malt, CaraAroma, Caraffa 2 and Melanoiden Malt, local hops. I'm thinking of either an Altbier or a Belgian Wheat beer. Leaning towards the Belgian Wheat. Pretty much all the Witbier recipes call for flaked wheat... Which I don't have. Has anyone of you done Witbier with Malted Wheat? Even if it's not a traditional Witbier, surely it will still be "lekker". Could add some oats for protein. Can then just call it a Belgian Specialty Ale..

    Any thoughts on the matter?

  8. #1418
    Doing a Belgian Specialty Ale tomorrow morning. Can't call it a Witbier as I'm not using flaked wheat or Pilsner malt... Will do a 40l split batch. One to be fermented with WLP500 and the other with the Witbier strain from Liquid Culture. Looking forward to results!

  9. #1419
    Brewed a English bitter today(east kent goldings, first gold and fuggles for aroma) then used some of the marris otter, pale chocolate and cara amber spent grains to bake a dozen large wholewheat cranberry muffins and a wholewheat bread. Bak and brou! Chilling back with a lekker Vienna Pilsner and Netflix.


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  10. #1420

    Quote Originally Posted by groenspookasem View Post
    Brewed a English bitter today(east kent goldings, first gold and fuggles for aroma) then used some of the marris otter, pale chocolate and cara amber spent grains to bake a dozen large wholewheat cranberry muffins and a wholewheat bread. Bak and brou! Chilling back with a lekker Vienna Pilsner and Netflix.


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    How many brews do you do in an average month?
    Cheers,
    Lang

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