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  1. Cluster lager again. Pale, carapils, cluster, M54 Clean and crisp.
    7 points
  2. The postman came early. Not tasting yet but hopefully later today I get to sample some. Hope it was worth the expense.
    5 points
  3. well 2weeks went fast 2 days hahahahhaha forced carbed nice smooth balanced and hazy azzz which is what i wanted with heap less flaked additions smooth and easy as to drink at 5.5% abv
    5 points
  4. Today was lamb leg vindaloo. Tomorrow is https://amazingribs.com/tested-recipes/spice-rubs-and-pastes/big-bad-beef-rub-recipe/ with home grown pepper
    4 points
  5. I've got know idea what this should be called. The Bride put this together. Thai influenced marinade. Raw Tassie salmon sliced thinly with sliced lemon grass, chilli's, fresh garlic, lime juice, fish sauce, and sugar. Marinaded for 24 hours. Tasted blaaarrrrddy incredible.
    4 points
  6. IP, after consultation with the boss it seems this would be called Yum (salad) Bah (fish). Yum Bah.
    3 points
  7. Yum. Carpaccio but not. and that too.
    3 points
  8. DM, you have upped the anti. Found a post and some magical light and bang there it is. Well done, take the rest of the day off.
    3 points
  9. trust me on the gen4 its going to be worth the wait mate. shipping from china to Australia is the killer i am looking at getting one myself but i am still happy to wait. the gen4 35l is a gem to brew with but word of warning though as the deadspace is less in the gen4 's then the 3.1.1's scorching can be a issue so you need to make sure the grain bed has got good flow through when recirculating
    3 points
  10. Trying to get back on topic you lot with yer High Octane Meisters of all sorts... Trying to keep the carbs down but still have a reasonable feed: All day Brekki with some fresh garden Redleg Beet and then evening a nice Salmon Salad - put in some pickled onion as well which was good.... as well as the usual suspects n some feta... the last nice long green chilli off a mate that was festively tickly but not volcano doom hot... Dogger got the Salmon skin with great happiness... fresh Salmon from Tassie (never been frozen) is the cheapest good qual fish yer can get easily without catching stuff yerself it seems... unless of course I guess you might live near a good fisho or market or coop yeah like some of you lucky Brewers do
    3 points
  11. Yeah I know what you mean, I am only a newcomer to AG but even a couple of mates commented on the difference in the all over beer taste but you still have to get things right, I have been fortunate & have had some pretty good first hand advice by people who know what they are doing, it helps tremendously.
    2 points
  12. So do I, it's good isn't it.
    2 points
  13. Yes, been a while. That was well priced too, $60
    2 points
  14. Geez, IP awesome stuff mate. Looks delish - love the raw fish.
    2 points
  15. 2 points
  16. Wow Yeah that's the absolute goods ME @Mickep seriously good stuff. Yumbo scrumbo and great with a crisp cold Riesling or Rosé or lovely cleansing ale There are two variants that I know of - one is Nummus which is more Pacific Islands oriented and often has fresh coconut milk in it... and then there is the South American variant known as Ceviche. What would the Thais call their version mate can you ask? They are all marinaded raw fish that sorta pickles/cooks in the marinade. Is in my mind magnificent stuff. Tho am not sure whether I was donated a gut bug from some Sea Urchin Ceviche I had in Chile a few years ago... But with Tassie fresh Salmon or catch-yer-own it's pure gold. There is a Reef Fish called Venus Tuskfish aka Blueys or Parrot that make a beaut version indeed with their bluey veins Here's a few below - from the past ; ) and you can make all sorts of nice combos - the below some had fresh coco, fresh figs, fresh pineapple, coriander... but always some acid - nice vinegars and lime juice and chilli and sugar and fish sauce of course... garlic zing... ginger is good too but sooo expensive... Hmm unless of course you grow your own ginger like Ceptor the Culinary King ; )
    2 points
  17. Great stuff IP, looks blaaarrrdy magnificent mate. Full o' health right there.
    2 points
  18. Pretty sensible? Whether you can hold your grog or not, you shouldn't be driving after even two or three beers for quite a while.
    2 points
  19. Yeah I think everyone would agree once you start mixing then expect a headache or worse. But of course there are those that can't even handle a couple of pints, let alone a decent session on the home brew, many a person have left here with the wife declaring she was driving My ex girlfriend used to say " I can't see how you would still be thirsty " - really ???
    2 points
  20. Pity that, I could have baked a cake I feel that is a bit harsh, tell him he needs to lighten up & be more flexible
    2 points
  21. asked the boss if i could swing by Phils Bar and grill in glenelg area, the boss said if you go there dont expect to be working for me again i said its only up the road boss
    2 points
  22. Lovely stuff IP mate Good ‘n healthy
    2 points
  23. I really like the Grand Ridge Stout, so I have to look out for this one
    2 points
  24. I had to buy a can to see how my ROTM version compares to the original. priming for two weeks it is a really enjoyable beer, I am very happy with it, but the original is on a different level, what a great beer
    2 points
  25. Beer style = Neipa Beer Name = Juice Bigalow (grain kit) ABV = 6.3% brewed in the BZ 35 Gen4 I was fortunate to have this beer gifted to me By Pierre from Simple Home Brew (you tube) I love a good NEIPA on the odd occasion and this grain kit is worth purchasing the mosiac hops and the citra blend so well in this beer with a total of 200 grams of mosaic and 100 grams of citra 80°c hpstand of 100 grams mosaic for 20 minutes dry hopped 100 of citra for 2 days dry hoped another 100 grams of mosaic the beer is full of juiciness with a great fruity aroma that brings a nice smooth mouthfeel and not overly bitter @ 6.3% abv its not beer you want a great session on unless you want to get drunk this beer was done using a NEIPA profile that is used on the kegland rapt temp controller with the rapt Pill withe lallamend New England IPA yeast just using 1 packet beer started at 1.061 and finished at 1.013 This grain kit is a ripper
    2 points
  26. I am really enjoying this, my first ever AG Brew - American Pale Ale, the whole thing is a bit more complex, really nice to drink !! I may have a couple more before I have one out of the tap Cheers.
    2 points
  27. I thought I would make some labels for my next AG brew. I hope it lives up to it's description !!
    2 points
  28. Grand Ridge Brewing - Winter Warmer - Smouldering Chilli Vanilla Stout Aromas of vanilla, chocolate and roastiness. Similar flavours, but the vanilla is enhanced. Plus the chilli heat lands in the back of you mouth and spreads around as you continue to drink more, until your whole mouth is a-tingle. A very well balanced and drinkable stout.
    2 points
  29. Well for one it has more body, no homebrew twang, no tell-tale sugary taste, better head retention & much more enjoyable to drink. We all know we can make better than megaswill but there a still a few pubs that deliver a nice beer.
    1 point
  30. Holy cow, that slab of meat looks beautiful mate.
    1 point
  31. Nice, IC I love brisket & I have watched him before, good stuff.
    1 point
  32. Looks awesome Oz mate. Makin' me thirsty.
    1 point
  33. It was given to me but considering who gave it to me, I reckon it came from Uncle Dan's.
    1 point
  34. Well that's good, drop into Phil's Bar & Grill & I will give you a beer or nine
    1 point
  35. A few more pics. ‘I’m dry hopping with a magnet as I will be away working so my lovely wife only has to take the magnet off to dry hop. 30 mins after pitching its now fermenting !!
    1 point
  36. Yeah definitely. I'm thinking of putting something similar together.
    1 point
  37. yes it is mate , only brew this if you can do closed transfer as you would be aware neipas are prone to oxygen
    1 point
  38. the spunding valve should only work in 1 direction and if it is one of the kegland spunding valves it will have and arrow pointing in the direction of flow
    1 point
  39. Sounds lovely OD, is that the Kegland kit??
    1 point
  40. If it stays clear after the weekend it'll be open next week, but maybe it will start clearing earlier. It's been gloomy all arvo today but not a lot of rain. I have a social club game on Sunday as well, not sure how that course is going though.
    1 point
  41. Yeah I reckon. Some of those sections went under in the floods earlier this year which didn't exactly help, but this time none of it went underwater, it's just the relentless rain has completely saturated the ground. The forecast is for more showers until Thursday when it's supposed to start clearing up, then fine days across Friday and the weekend... might be too late to reopen Saturday though depending on how much rain they get before it clears up.
    1 point
  42. Nice head BS I also like a Porter, I have a Stout to bottle but I wouldn't mind trying one of those.
    1 point
  43. Give it some rest and don't push it, Ice is always a good thing too.
    1 point
  44. I thought best not to ask if they were moving.
    1 point
  45. Thanks Frank. All the best to you too. I will think about your invitation to come back to the forum at some point in the future, to talk about food and gardening. Maybe. The idea appeals to me but I am not sure I should....
    1 point
  46. Yep, Big Shed have some great beers, this one is awesome !! The Imperial Stout is 11.2% ABV. I like Cooper's Stout more than Southwark.
    1 point
  47. LOBETHAL BIREHAUS Lunch at the Bierhaus at Lobethal today, Heather had Meat Loaf & I the Pulled Pork Burger - both vey nice, drinks - Bohemian Pilsner & Pale Ale, just had a couple as we had a couple earlier at the Brewery. I shouted myself a Growler of Pils, why not ?
    1 point
  48. Thats my unsaid test SO'S ..so far everyone has failed
    1 point
  49. Cheers, I haven't done them for a while, I might knock up a few others soon.
    1 point
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