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@Tone boy Would be for colour IMO TB as he has hit 15.7 EBC for an Aussie Lager or (sparkling ale as per GB's chosen style).  I always think of a cricket match or team when it comes to an Aussie lager so EBC should be around 11 -ish for mine.

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3 hours ago, MitchBastard said:

This will be entered into another local brewing comp. same comp my Aus Lager won, they’ve asked me back for the next round as a “winner stays on”

Go Mitch, all the very best to you, Cheers, Phil.

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SOUTH OF THE BORDER MEXICAN LAGER 🤠 🇲🇽

I thought I would try this kit, comes with Brew Enhancer but I am a bit sus about the contents 75% Dextrose/25% Maltodextrin, I have a pack of Band Dried Malt Light x 250gm but I am thinking that would also contain Dextrose or I could use the the LME 1.7gm I bought for another brew. I didn't want to change the flavour profile too much.

Comes with US-02 11.5gm & I have 25gm Saaz to boost it up a bit.

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Apologies Coopers team, I am not deliberately trying to promote another product I just happened to go there today. You can be rest assured I have been using your products for years & will continue to do so.

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Brew day yesterday Baltic Porter hit 1077 og, first hurdle,  thought I had Chocolate Malt but didn’t so just added more Carafa II. See how it goes I no chilled and dropped it on my OTTO’s Pilsner (kegged this morning) yeast cake this morning. Can’t wait for the Porter hopefully all goes well with fermentation being a big beer and lager yeast fingers crossed 🤞 will definitely be a sipper.

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Just now, Pickles Jones said:

Is that meant to be US-05  😃😃

Yes it is US-05 another Faux Pas - 😬 sorry, must have had a senior moment.

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1 hour ago, RDT2 said:

Brew day yesterday Baltic Porter hit 1077 og,

Wow RD what a Champion Brew is in development ; )

Am keen to get a Porter going too... just gtgoma 😬

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20 minutes ago, Graubart said:

Wow RD what a Champion Brew is in development ; )

Am keen to get a Porter going too... just gtgoma 😬

Cheers mate pretty excited about this one. Very interested to see what the lager yeast brings. I’ve only ever had one Baltic before and liked I think 🤔 I’d had a few other beers prior so can’t wait 😊 

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I will be doing me second brew in a week tomorrow.  I will be using the Pilsner Urquell clone grist I use, but have added some melanoidin to it, to make this German Pilsner.  The hop schedule  is pretty much the  schedule for Bitburger Pilsner but have substituted Northern brewer for Perle.  

 

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Brewing up a Huell Melon and Mandarina Bavaria pale ale tonight. Have been wanting to try these two together for ages now.

Pale ale malt with a touch of carahell and munich to finish off some bags of grain. Using both early for bittering and then 30 of each at flameout. 

Hopefully fairly light and easy drinking but interesting enough.

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golden crown lager with tin of malt

200 grams carapils not in picture 40 steep at 67 degrees then boiled with LDM and hops.

250 gram LDM

20 gram Hallertau trad 5 boil 5 steep

3rd and last use slurry of 86 days pils kit yeast pitched on 13.5 degrees BF set to 12 degrees 20 litres OG:1.054

@Stickers I forgot to buy those seals with last order and what do u know I dropped the lid seal in my pale ale yesterday as kegged it.

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With all kegs now empty bar a cuppla pints in one.... was well over time to get on with it... so finally - Amber Ale to kick the brewing campaign off:  Maris Otter-and then Voyager Vienna, Compass and Winter Wheat... 

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2 minutes ago, Graubart said:

With all kegs now empty bar a cuppla pints in one.... was well over time to get on with it... so finally - Amber Ale to kick the brewing campaign off:  Maris Otter-and then Voyager Vienna, Compass and Winter Wheat... 

 

Hey Graubster, it is not like you to have empty kegs, what's going on, maybe increased consumption 

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28 minutes ago, CLASSIC said:

Hey Graubster, it is not like you to have empty kegs, what's going on, maybe increased consumption 

was wondering the same I know he had some days with guests but didn't he have over 7 full ones at one stage @Graubart lol good luck catching up with stock now hope you bottled a batch and hid them somewhere 😉

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24 minutes ago, jamiek86 said:

was wondering the same I know he had some days with guests but didn't he have over 7 full ones at one stage @Graubart lol good luck catching up with stock now hope you bottled a batch and hid them somewhere 😉

I think the Mountain Brewer has been giving it a hiding, get to work Herr Graubster 🍻

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Modus Operandi Former Tenant Red IPA - Recipe from the BrewFather library, adjusted to my system.  Not sure how close it is, but seemed pretty good.

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IMG_2517.JPG.5d778823c764a06a43074151751e350a.JPG   My first almost boil over

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