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    Collected

    Dankie

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    Got mine today. Well packed buddy. Thanks again.

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    Thanks also collected mine today!! Now I need to start planning what first!

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    What recipes have you all got planned for this S-G hop ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JIGSAW View Post
    What recipes have you all got planned for this S-G hop ?
    I'm also thinking about this. I haven't done an English beer yet. Might do an English bitter or Belgium ale.

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    doing all the Belgians, Belgian pale ale, Belgian blonde, dubbel, tripel and finish it off with a Quad or a golden strong.. still deciding.

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    I read up about Styrial Goldings, Saphir and Hersbruker hops - they are all good aroma hops for German pilsners/lagers and Belgian beers. The Saphir and Hersbruker are offsprings from Mittlefru, the SG is similar to Fuggles which will suit English style beers .. possibly stouts too

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    Fuggles is fuggling amazing in a stout, just FYI. Dry, sweet, session, triple, you name it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jitters View Post
    doing all the Belgians, Belgian pale ale, Belgian blonde, dubbel, tripel and finish it off with a Quad or a golden strong.. still deciding.

    Do them all, Belgain beers are great, I have done them all except for Quad.
    Everyone must beleive in something, I beleive I'll have another beer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris S View Post
    I'm also thinking about this. I haven't done an English beer yet. Might do an English bitter or Belgium ale.
    That was my favourite beer to brew when I started partial mash / all-grain.

    Loved it Will definitely look into doing that and then maybe a stout (I don't mind drinking my stouts fresh )

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