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  1. Dave, you're going to need a bigger business card - "Cycling fanatic, Master Brewer, YouTube sensation, Marriage Guidance Counsellor".
  2. Choc Raspberry Porter going down nicely since the temperature dropped tonight.
  3. @Mark D Pirate drink it or tip it if you like, it's been around a bit by the sound of it so might not be much good anyway. I'll get feedback from the guys at golf.
  4. Thanks for chasing that up Mark, mystery solved.
  5. I dropped it off at Rehn Bier in Tanunda. Yes it was entry 314. She can drink it or tip it, her choice.
  6. It appears that it wasn't received. Somewhere in the brewniverse is a bottle of porter that has been drunk or tipped. Congrats on your second place Dave.
  7. I entered a Choc Raspberry Porter but I haven't been able to access any scores. I might have to contact SABSOSA to see if my entry was received.
  8. GregT5

    My legacy

    Sorry to hear your news John. Good luck with your treatment. Following on from other posts, what about if John puts up a "Legacy" recipe & we all have a crack at brewing it & we send John a bottle to try/judge. It would save him brewing & who knows, might even brighten up his day chuckling at our efforts. Just a thought.
  9. Kelsey had it right, OS Stout tin, OS Dark Ale tin & 1kg of dextrose. I have made this a couple of times & I think it is pretty close to the Coopers Best Extra Stout in the stubbies with the yellow labels. Paddy, in your post you listed a stout tin & a dark malt extract tin, did you use these or the dark ale tin - they are different.
  10. Yep, our Majesty is famous, just ask him. Search "Fast Homebrew" on YouTube. Well worth a look.
  11. Anthony, I have to agree with you, drinking out of a pewter mug seems to hold a better head & stays colder for longer than a beer glass. I like to sample new brews from a glass so I can have a bit of a look at the colour, head etc. then after I'm happy with all that & hopefully received a few compliments from drinking partners it's back to a pewter mug. You are right, they were a standard birthday pressie back in the day (I have a couple that are showing their years now!) & have even won a couple at golf as well as a double walled pewter "Schooner".
  12. I don't know your SWMBO personally' date=' however past experience suggests there is multiple dramas dealing with them, especially when it comes to encroaching on their fridge space with brewing supplies. Good luck. [img']tongue[/img]
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