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  1. Yummy Hmmm researching time
  2. Tell me more. Gotta join up with this brewing club, sounds like a good day out!
  3. A Citra/Columbus IPA no bittering hops all late hop additions @15 and at flameout. Smells amazing
  4. Red ale- and before you say it! I know that is a truck load of cara or crystal. Didnt really think this one through, I also tested out a decoction mash for the mash out.. Thats alot of work but my house smelt amazing for hours afterwoulds And 20lts of komucha for the keg
  5. Cheers @Popo, in no way is my porter 'traditianal'. No brown malt and too much choc malt. But hopefully it is the beginning of a delishous bad that I will make again some day. Need more fermentors now.
  6. Currently still in secondary. Will be tasting, blending and bottling today. Bit from initial testing, rasberries have turned out very nice a little over powering so will need to be mellowed out. Cherries kinda a port flavour coming through not sure on it yet. French oak, yummy scrumptious could do with a month longer to really oak up but atm it's probably perfect for the style of beer. IBU was about 30 with Columbus bittering and Willamette for flavour.
  7. For guys in Adelaide contact a guy IBrewSA he does grain bulk buys often which makes brewing very affordable.
  8. In short yes, however you go end up need more gear. So extract might be $30-$50 per batch depending on how fancy. With AG I can go from $20-$40 depending on fancyness if you can get onto bulk buys. This is based on a simple pale ale.
  9. It was a French oak stick, that has been medium toasted. I have laced it with makers mark buorbon so hopefully it doesn't over power the beer given it's only around 6%. Very interested to see what happens with this as it opens a blending experience like no other. Oak rasberry porter anyone?
  10. Heard a many good thing about the gluten. Enjoy I'm getting involved I bulk keg buy hoping to save some coin with a finally upgrading from bottles... Just after I finished bottling 58 of the pheckers
  11. An experiment of sorts. Made a simple porter 74% base 12% Munich 6% heritage crystal 8% Choc malt Now I have split the batch 4 ways, 1 Control 2 5lts with 500g cherries 3 5lts with 500g raspberries 4 5lts with a stick soaked in bourbon (I know I have over done the fruit ratio but meh) See what it's like in 4-5 days, then I'll blend them and see what monster I have created.
  12. Looking to send a few longnecks to a few friends. Do you guys just send the PET? or have you worked out a method for Glass bottles?
  13. Finally had a taste, bit like a pale ale but with more aroma hops... overall good.
  14. Found a 6pack in Pasadena, will think about cracking one in the next few weeks. And saving the rest for as long as possible probably a month. This has me inspired to do a 'vintage' brew day. Make myself a nice strong ale. Does anyone one have some good all grain examples
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