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  1. I'm throwing out Big Ted, Little Ted, Gemima............toys are out.
  2. Ah well apparently Ive had a tantrum. Maybe I have. I defend my methods. All the toys are going out of my cot. I've only been brewing for 30+ years.
  3. I use Lallemand for all my beers Otto And I pitch dry as they recommended to do and their temps I'm not going to listen to you because you don't work for Lallemand. And because my beers are so tasty. My yeast guideline is run from them. Lol they stipulate to make up a Lager cream from 30 degree sterile water and pitch around 18 then bring down to lager temps. You're living in old school as if I would follow your advice.
  4. You annoy me because you choose to go you're own way as you have for years. It's your way or the highway. That doesn't necessarily work for beginners mate. There's nothing wrong with playing around with any yeast. These days yeast and grain have a high tolerance to to brewing. That includes Lager yeast. Your regime of propergating and pitching low for you will work for you but not for the majority. You can in fact pitch a Lager yeast a bit higher. Download their yeast spreadsheet. I love this place and don't want to make people nervous. Otto. I'd rather call a truce than pathetic stuff. You follow a regime as I do.
  5. Watching Rick Stein on his escapades. He's a cooking hero of mine.
  6. Hefe Weizen. It's so f..g delicious tasty. I can Imagine walking down streets of Germany and Bavaria tasting this. With some good food. My dog Milly has to be in the shot she sticks with me all day every day. If anyone is thinking of getting into all grain brewing I recommend a wheat beer. Very tasty you can't go wrong.
  7. How about you post a few brews youve done lately. Instead of criticising everyones. It does my head in.
  8. That was a whole lot of waffle. Lager yeast especially Lallemand Diamond love a kick off at around 18 -22 C Then back down to recommended lager temps. Around 12 C - 14 C produces a nice clean Lager. Your argument is Mute mate. You dont work for Lallemand so your argument is mute mate. You do what they say......for a great beer. Not what you say. You actually have no Idea.
  9. Have you read Lallemands spread sheet? I expcect not.
  10. Yep, good on you. my lagers and Pilsners are delicious. Your opinion counts for zero. Im trying to help beginners. Yeast hey, who would have thought.
  11. Pitching Lagers a tad warm is good for yeast propagation. Im not going to argue with you anymore, you do it your style. Lagers are a challenge, especially all grain. I'm trying to nut it out. I love your input. I'll learn but Ill put my 5 cents in too.
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