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    • Tried to play it ?  I broke quite a few bones in my career....  Also often ran a half marathon per game as well as taking big hits from angry kiwis looking to hurt me  Yes I have played all the major codes other than that silly round ball game   
    • I should of mentioned dry hop g/l. I think you nailed the colour.
    • Im going to go with Burnt Dandelion. Yes, Unmalted wheat, from the pet store. I use it to about 5% in most pales these days that need a little something to adjust the bitterness in dry beers. Gives it this "impression" of body. And no to stuck mashes. G/L, I don't know Norris. Total in the hot side was 4.8g/l. However, I don't really account for hops like that. Why, you ask? Because each hop plays differently. I go by amounts due to experience (and total oil content) then adjust the next brew to taste. Because after all, its about the taste at the end of the day. For instance, now that I know how harsh Vic Secret can be due to the high oil content, I tone that down every time I use it. Its insane for the oil content and flavour that it produces at small amounts. Cascade on the other hand, just smash as much in as you possibly can and at different stages to draw different flavours out.  Its a nice beer, but will fine tune the next one a little. Possibly more hops per l
    • The only game where you get a point for missing the goal 🙂 Like a trophy for participating 🙂 
    • @Otto Von Blotto it’s flat on top. Upon closer inspection this afternoon it appears the lid doesn’t screw on properly.   Not sure why I didn’t notice it the first time... it screws on and then clicks out of the thread and sits like its been screwed on crooked. Spent about half an hour trying to get it to line up. No good tho. 🤣
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