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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…

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    Looking to get a 25Kg from Bevplus as well.

    So the verdict is that its at the very least better than SAB Pale malt(which is only 40 bucks

    CaPunT Today, 16:51 Go to last post

    SAB clones

    Remember we're talking 30% dextrose in terms of fermentable sugars here, not weight. You can do 2.5kg pale malt, 1kg rice and 1.5kg dextrose in a 20l

    Toxxyc Today, 13:45 Go to last post

    SAB clones

    Apparently SAB is allowed to use up to 49% maize and rice in their recipes ?

    JIGSAW Today, 11:07 Go to last post

    my brewery rebuild attempt.

    the idea is to click on his name and see what he posted ....

    but here goes > https://www.wortsandall.co.za/showth...sh-to-make-Gin

    JIGSAW Today, 10:40 Go to last post

    SAB clones

    Not pilsener. SAB Pale. Southern Star or African Queen hops. Do NOT boil for more than 30 minutes otherwise they get grassy. Although that is maybe what

    jakeslouw Today, 10:36 Go to last post