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    • Had a mate over to show him what homebrewing was all about. Had to have a few beers as well.  This is our stash for the session... Coopers sparkling Mr banks mango sour Mr banks kviek IPA Rye IPA Sassy IPA Bridge road dark harvest Bridge road posse brown ale Choc mint milkshake IPA Few stand out were the Mr banks kviek IPA...nice drop, well balanced... and the choc mint milkshake .. different, good finisher beer. Not something I'd ever have tried, but would again! Super weird, but well done!
    • Hi all, Was thinking about doing the devils ruby porter for my next brew. I usually use the EB can for my darker ales but was wondering about the Porter can? I would like to make it about 6% ABV so will be adding a can of amber malt and maybe 500g of LDM and 200g of caramunich. Any thoughts on whether this would be too sweet with the caramunich addition? Cheers James
    • Thanks mate. Yeah I’m not a fruity guy either but thought what the heck. Tastes and feels good so no complaints.    Many a beer were had in Germany. I was definitely a fan of the more regional beers on the south. Although some of the bigger local brews in Frankfurt and Berlin trump any of our mass produced swill we get in Aus. Definitely had my share of unfiltered pils also. Too good.  If you can be bothered, in the today’s tastings thread in the beer banter forum, I posted a number of my sampling’s along the way.    Cheers!
    • There are different ones in different kits, but it's possible one was just older if they are both the same one.  Whatever they are, they wouldn't have been fermenting in an hour after pitching. Something else would have been causing the airlock to bubble.
    • So this is mine. Bottled on 19/6, first taste was about 10 days after. I was pretty happy with the result. It's been getting better. :) I think I nailed the style, it certainly tastes like others of the style I've had. It's a little stronger than I usually make, so gotta be careful of how many I have. Dropped off the entry last week. Sorry yours didn't work out Ruddy. Big fan of the videos.
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