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supernerdy last won the day on November 14 2018

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    Todays tastings

    My precious...
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    Todays tastings

    Down south as well hence why he brought some with him =D Havent tried hazy.. where is it being sold ?
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    Todays tastings

    A few beers this weekend but lazy on the photos 4x Balter IPS 6x Slow Brew Session IPA 1x mimatch IPA I liked all 3 but the session ipa had some amount of bitternes to it. Mismatch IPA was good and subtle.. really hit you and had a good amount of citrus.' I've had the balter IPA before and liked it althouGh meant to try the XPA Good news is a mates in Adelaide from Canberra. He has picked me up a 4 pack of Bentspoke sprocket.. looking forward to it
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    What's in your fermenter? 2019

    Annd shes in. Changed the bittering hops to 15gr of each and will dry hop with another 20gr of each in about a week. Also ended up using the 1kg of light dry malt.. now to wait
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    Recipe of the month is out

    The earl grey brew sounds interesting
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    Todays tastings

    A mate of mine has cellared the PL stout
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    What's in your fermenter? 2019

    I said I wasn't going to brew again till after summer and after I have a good supply of glass bottles.. but a trip to beer belly has changed that as well as the weather being more mild. I started with the craft kit before upgrading to the 30ltr but have decided my next beer will be a craft. I'll call this one the left-over IPA as I am using hops I already have in the freezer. Planned ingrediants (8.5ltr total) 1x Mr Beer Diablo IPA 500gr Light dry male extract 70grm Enigma 70grm Galaxy Plan is to use 35gr of each of the hops in a 10 minute boil and then dry hop the remainder. I was going to use 1kg of dry malt but that brings the anv up to 9% which is a little high as my aim is 6-6.5%. Here's hoping it works out =D
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    The Friday Night 6 Pack Session

    Number 2 for today.. not an IPA but the taste that I love. Another winner
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    My legacy

    All the best mate.
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    The Friday Night 6 Pack Session

    Grabbed 2 beers today First being 8bit IPA.. great beer. Will post the second later This for me like crankshaft is a perfect beer.. and why I love IPAs
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    Swapping to glass

    Should add that I currently use the sugar lollies
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    Swapping to glass

    So as I have a while before I brew again I've decided to swap to glass bottles. Anyone know of good places to buy a capper and tree ? Plus what amount of dex needed ? Plan is to use my craft fermenter as the one I transfer my brew to before I bottle hopefully
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    The Friday Night 6 Pack Session

    Not a 6 pack but got a 4 pack of little creatures IPA. Not bad. Also tried Stone Wood (?) pacific ale and rather enjoyed it.. plus a normal little creatures pale (had these two at a work function).
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    Newbie to brewing questions and advice :)

    ROTM - recipe of the month. Good packs coopers release to help get started (all inclusive most the time)
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    Newbie to brewing questions and advice :)

    Hey and Welcome! I started with the same kit bout 4 months ago ?. Bewitched wasnt for me but when I started getting ROTM packs I enjoyed the process a lot more. The craft kit is simple, and I think as they dont provide a spoon etc like they do in the bigger kit its why they dont mention stirring. I am on a brew hiatus at the moment due to the heat but keen to start again in March/April. Like me if you get in to it you'll find yourself graduating to a bigger FV. The craft kit is good but is limited with the malt tins you can buy (and mostly just online)
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