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Marksmans Gift last won the day on June 26 2018

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  1. Meant to be daddy day care... Ahahaha
  2. House pale 4% (35 IBU) Sabro, Citra and simcoe - I like to look after future Gully Hazelnut porter - based off Grumpy's recipie Up for debate - IPA or mild ale
  3. Will do, daddy day are for the next 2 weeks. Will see about dropping in next week if I can... I'll drop a few hops off to you too
  4. Time for a stout Brad does a great job with this one, hitting the spot beautifully... Just before I crack a barrel aged RIS over tea.
  5. Mate, I'll drop in one day and run you through the no-chill proccess. So happy you have got a new done in your brewzilla Keep brewing, kids to be put down now
  6. Hey guys, been a while. Drinking my house ale which has finally been nailed. Cloudy, low ABV and hoppy. Didn't chill this one quick enough, so it's a touch more bitter then it should be and not as flavour forward. Still a great beer to enjoy
  7. BREW DAY! it's been to long between brews. House ale, with about 250g of random stuff I had left over that I needed to use. Going to be a mix of sabro and galaxy hops, 4:1 (sabro:galaxy) Need to make myself a dark ale next as @ibooz2 has done, that looks deliciously scrumptious
  8. Would love to, just need to setup a few tanks in the backyard. This is my boys pet yabbie they caught at Easter... I am constantly been woken up by him crawling down the hallway, the big bugger needs a bigger tank. Also, beer is needed mate just need to have a quiet weekend
  9. Yeah, the head doesn't hang around but this will change when I add it to the kegs. The RIS brings in a mixture of brett, oak, Whiskey, and rounds out the malt. the porter just adds a bit of needed sweetness to the dryed out RIS
  10. Agreed, that's why it hasn't bothered me so much.
  11. So been on my latest homebrew for a few weeks now, the over carafa'ed porter. It's tasting a bit one dimensional given the amount of carafa in there so thinking of ways to make it better. This is a blend of 3/4 porter, 1/4 2yr barrel aged RIS (1 yr in barrel). Mate, that's what it's been missing and to think I was going to throw roasted coconut and Coco nibs at it. Defantly more stout then porter though, fitting on these colder nights in Adelaide.
  12. I always fail when transferring, add whirlpool, give it a good whirlpool, let it cool (~80%). Then I still get a decent amount of trub into the cube/fermentor. But it doesn't effect the final beer so not overly stressed.
  13. Very nice indeed, I have some Scottish ale yeast in the fridge atm that I'll be rejuvenating for a mild/dark ale then adding a Scottish ale onto the yeast cake. Onve fermented I'll split it 3 ways. 1 addition of Brett in the bottle 2 age on some American and French oak 3 leave as is as a test or a way to dilute the oak flavour if it becomes over powering
  14. My list is not getting smaller either but I have finally narrowed down a house ale using sabro/cirtra combination. Mild ale, and a rye ipa is next target I think
  15. A hazelnut porter. Based off a recipie I think Grumpy or @Green Blobformally known as Grumpy? had posted. I had made it previously and loved it, made a few intentional adjustments and an unintended adjustment, .2kgs of carafa 11 special (ye old .02 vs .2 mistake) and turned this beer a bit darker then I wanted. Will be taste/gravity testing it tomorrow or Saturday. Hoping for good results
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