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  1. Run outta cylinder gas... ran out of archived tallies... what to do... goodness what about that other device!?! The Bulbs of gas w mini regulator: had them for ages... And good Post n Rail IPA results ; )
    14 points
  2. Pale ale with saison yeast and no temp control. GLORIOUS, nice PoR taste and quite clean actually
    14 points
  3. Worked bloody hard for this one! 65 minutes in the afternoon sun running up endless hills and stairs. My 61 year old legs feel like jelly! So, downing a crisp 'n' cold NZ golden ale dosed up with Amerillo and Cascade hops Probably should be rehydrating with lot's of water... but.... nah!
    14 points
  4. Happy New Year All Ye Brewers: Just to start the thread for 2022 tagging a few regulars ; ) @Classic Brewing Co @disgruntled @kmar92 @iBooz2 @Hairy @Otto Von Blotto @Greenyinthewestofsydney @Tone boy @BlackSands @Norris! @Popo @Adam Ant @Shamus O'Sean @stquinto @RDT2 @Stickers @Pickles Jones @Aussiekraut @Red devil 44
    13 points
  5. Landlord clone, on tap with the keg outside the fridge, in the garage @ 11 degrees). With the line at 6 m it’s pouring ok, I should probably shorten it a bit. Bloody murky though, but then again I dry hopped the keg so there’s bound to be some gunk in it. Not that there are any hops left, really is just malty. Still got 3/4 of the damned keg to go
    13 points
  6. Yes I know I’ve turned to AG, but I still have a few kegs of extract to finish off. ‘This is an 86 days Pilsner dry hopped with 30g Cascade, not bad.
    13 points
  7. Raspberry wheat, Philly Sour. Prob 12 months old now. No raspberry flavour just dry and a little sour. Refreshing.
    13 points
  8. Don't know what this is, it's hoppy and strong so an IPA with Saison yeast as I do. Really yummy. So Fricken hot here, 30°c at 8am, driving today the car said it was 40°c. Ouch. Considering the humidity being 80% the beer goes down very well
    13 points
  9. Cannot claim that crystal clarity like me Dubbya Bro @MitchBastard Mitchie but the "Larger" is still a lovely refreshing drop and has cleared up from earlier with time in the cold keggler. Bit hard to keep condensation off the glass with more rain this summer
    13 points
  10. Yes, I do. Undergraduate and post graduate degrees in Environmental Science majoring in Ecosystems and Microbial Ecology. Microbial Ecology is basically cell metabolism at the microbial level. You know yeast, bacteria and that sort of shite. At different stages of my life I have worked for a couple of Government organisations like the DPI and the CSIRO and two universities as researcher and a lecturer. Mind you have also been a barman, a club manager, a postman, a businessman, a bottle shop attendant, Maths and Biology Teacher, a toolmaker/fitter and turner and a bankrupt. Diversity is the spice of life. Oh and married 3 times. Also sometimes I over share.
    12 points
  11. Second taste test of my CIPA - Collaboration IPA. It's just two weeks in the keg and has now carbed up nicely and is starting to clear just that little bit. Still loving it but for now I will put it aside for another week and try it again then.
    12 points
  12. I ordered a rapid test kit from the NHS. They sent me England v Australia on DVD.
    12 points
  13. Just back from a 90 min stroll in the hot afternoon sun, so what better way to wind up the day but to have a sample of my latest bitter - a partial mash based on a Coopers lager can, with Gladfield malts and Southern Cross hops:
    11 points
  14. This Coop's Real Ale is the business, nicely carbed up too !!
    11 points
  15. Stomping Ground (Vic) Stringer's Creek Pilsner with lemon myrtle, co-collaboration beer with Melbourne restaurant Farmer's Daughters. Scored a 4 pack of this from the work christmas present carve up and it's pretty damn good. initial flavour from the get go, a bit of a different sort of aftertaste but after a couple of mouthfuls, my palatte has adjusted. great colour and clarity, very happy with this one.
    11 points
  16. Here's the pic of what cost me almost nothing to make. Yummo
    11 points
  17. K&K Coopers Pale, My go to beer. First taste, only 24 days in the bottle, Pride of Ringwood hops. Great Beer, very happy. Woops, not in focus but you get the idea..
    11 points
  18. Six Thirty. A pale ale hopped with HBC 630 hops.
    11 points
  19. Just drinking this one which is my stuffed up west coast ipa which is really tasty considering and Happy New year to everyone
    11 points
  20. So this is Christmas. It’s now Christmas Eve, the day before Christmas day (in our part of the world anyway) and I would like to wish all Coopers Community forum members and their families a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and prosperous New Year, may all yours and your families hopes and dreams for 2022 exceed expectations. Stay safe and enjoy. Cheers - AL
    11 points
  21. OzDevils US Pale Ale, keep coming back for this one as it just under 4 % ABV and good to start off the evenings session with something low and tasty like this drop.
    11 points
  22. Stout. 7%, 70 ibu. 9 malts, PoR and saison yeast. It's AWESOME
    11 points
  23. This Coopers Bootmaker Pale Ale is so much better than Pub Megaswill, I will definitely put this on my regular brew list, it is so satisfying, also getting to really like the Real Ale as well.
    10 points
  24. Wadjadringggin? Saved by the Bulb ; ) The CO2 Bulbs helping push out the latest Hefeweizen - yumbo - tastes like......... Hefeweizen Sorry about the shakey top - I had to chase a young brown snake outta the inside yard - as it was blocking access to the Post-and-Rail Studio ; )
    10 points
  25. Local craft brewery here one of my mates works at. Small batch IPA 6.8 % absolute lovely beer smooth and rich
    10 points
  26. Well I am back, this morning I set up the computer to get back in to the forum & try out IP's new beaut new thread & post a few photos of this afternoons activities. A mate of mine a self employed successful landscaper has just bought & installed a Kegerator X & done a few modifications. You can see he has gone to a lot of effort to blend it into his already impressive bar set-up. It really is an awesome sight & drinking experience, there were of & on about 25 of us there today & the second Cornelious of Carlton Draught was connected. A truly great day with home made sausage rolls, wood fired pizza finishing of with the best blended cider I have ever tasted with hints of banana & pineapple. Yum !! Cheers Phil.
    10 points
  27. bootmaker pale ale from the archives didn't know what it was until poured it and had a taste. This must be 6 months old haven't mate a boot for a while. Another 5 surprises for during week no idea what they are. @Itinerant Peasant very clear well gassed looking Lager
    10 points
  28. Last brew of 2021 turns into the first beer poured of 2022. My staple Aus Lager. Havnt made this in about 4 months. Probably the best I’ve made it. Can’t fault it. I was thinking I might change up the grain bill slightly but after the first taste today, that idea got shelved. Happy new beer to y’all.
    10 points
  29. First mash of the day and year is almost done. Just a light bodied, low IBU “lawnmower” pale for easy drinking. Pale, wheat and Vienna malts with a dash of Caramunich II, hopped with Mosaic, Amarillo and Bru-1.
    10 points
  30. Glad to be Larger (Gladfield Malts) in the Beer Taster Glass
    10 points
  31. IP Brewing's "Glad to be Larger" A laaarvely Lager made with Gladfield Malts and HT Mit and after a few weeks in keg just pure GOLD:
    10 points
  32. Mountain Peasant Ale : Love the tiny bubbles... : )
    10 points
  33. First sampling - the latest variant of my "go to' Amber ale - "Amberillo". I've done AG and extract versions and now this partial mash variation based on a Coopers lager can. This lite variant uses Pacific Jade for some 'top-up" bittering and a 50/50 Amarillo/Cascade blend as flavour hops. In the past I've used 100% Amarillo but thought I'd mix things up a little this time. All versions to date have been great and this one is no exception!
    10 points
  34. Now, if I described this as a Pale Lager, you folks would probably think it was a tasty, legendary beer. In fact, it is the Corona clone I did for my brother a few weeks ago. Therefore, you can throw as much distain on it as you wish. However, it has turned out a nice brew. The aroma has spice notes along with floral aromas. Mild bitterness. Bit of a lawnmower beer. Easy to drink. It has a lingering malty aftertaste.
    10 points
  35. Great Xmas pressie from the wife. PS- I love craft beer
    10 points
  36. My second batch of mid strength 3.5% captain sensible with mosaic and cashmere very refreshing on a hot day here in Perth. Mrs loves this beer
    10 points
  37. Ahhh that's better. Pale Ale with Gladfield Ale Malt and just one hop addition of Super Pride at 60 minutes. Very refreshing and tasty.
    10 points
  38. First tasing of Coopers Vintage ‘21, bottled on 14th October. My oh my what a brew Will be looking forward to these. Glad I went light on the carbing sugar…
    10 points
  39. Old Peculier clone, first BIAB, quite happy with it. The original beer isn’t overly hoppy but has a quite a marked maltiness to it, and this seems about right in that respect. I suspect that with trying to clone particular beers can be difficult getting the particular hop profile right. Time will tell. My previous efforts with Tim Taylor’s Landlord clones were disappointing because I think that the whole point with that commercial brew was that is was a special blend of hops, and with HB dry hopping/ hop teas etc. is more of an art than a science so maybe a recipe might be hit and miss. As an aside, this is one hell of a rabbit hole to be going down
    10 points
  40. First tasting of an Australian IPA. Seems pretty dark Good and bitter, full bodied (malty) and you notice the 6.5% butcher’s bill… This is from a keg, it’s been on gas at 15 psi for about 5 days. Not overly carbonated. It has been maturing quite a while (at least 2 months)
    9 points
  41. Extract version of Old Speckled Hen. Got everything going for it but the hops Oh well, six more and I can use all of the swingies for a Black Sheep ale. For where I am the cellar temperature is about right: 12 degrees
    9 points
  42. Duval clone, and the original. Just need to get the carbonation right
    9 points
  43. I was meant to have a rest but working outside doing a bit of landscaping made me thirsty so I thought the Coopers Bootmaker Pale would be the ticket, I was right, bloody marvelous.
    9 points
  44. Mmm now come on... just lower the lid: ... well after you have had a slurp of course
    9 points
  45. Yeah same glass, yeah same fencepost, yeah same 'Glad to be Larger' but tasting even better a day later
    9 points
  46. Pale Aussie Mozzie ...again Still a little early in the bottles to really crack one but hey, it is one of those days Y'now the ones The ones that end in Y
    9 points
  47. I sometimes wonder why we actually go to the Pub ! Coopers have nailed this Bootmaker PA, it is awesome, this is now going to be a stock drink for me, so satisfying, I used Centennial for this one which is great but also keen to try it with POR & maybe Chinook. This probably will be the last beer on the bar in this place as hopefully the bars/stools will be going down the Bay. Lot's of work setting up but I am looking forward to it. Cheers.
    9 points
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