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    State Brewing Comp - Tasmania

    I will have something if work permits.... Do the beers have to be in long necks or??
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    John Smith - Extra Smooth a taste of....well nothing.

    Im currently in North Yorkshire & have had a pint or 6 of Black Sheep & Theakestons & the York Brewery traditional ales. All excellent examples of English real ale IMO. Theyre all fairly locally brewed & definately fresh due to good turn over. They are all very drinkable & all got more taste &...
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    First BIAB urgent help please

    I like ya style...balls that would not fit in a fruit jar/stupid. Keep us posted.
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    First BIAB urgent help please

    I take it the grains were crushed Doc?
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    John Smith - Extra Smooth a taste of....well nothing.

    Im from Yorkshire too mate. And "them wer't days" has never been truer. Back in the day, the beers were better made, however, they had to be managed properly to get the best out of them. Folk would travel for miles to drink Tetleys in the Gaping Goose in Garforth or Ye olde three tuns in Thirsk...
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    Just chilli recipes

    A clone of Cannon fire by rocket Man on thehotpepper. 7 Pod yellows Mango Kiwi Fruit Blood Orange - skin grated & added Sweet potato Onion Ferment for 90 days This is a hot sauce with a lovely fruity/carribean flavour to it. My version is called Devils breath.
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    Naga chilli sauce

    Nice work.
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    Naga chilli sauce

    Is it a fermented brew? Or get right asfter it in the blender??
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    Imperial Stout & Wyeast 1028

    Maybe not when pitched at 147f
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    Recommend me a commercial porter?

    Sam Smiths Taddy porter is hard to beat. Its got the right body, colour & lovely taste that a porter should have IMHO. Smiths also open top ferment all their beers in Yorkshire squares - pretty darn neat..
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    BRY 97

    Thanks for the replies guys. Interesting to note the "do not pitch into a starter". I have pitched Safale 04 & 05 into starters 48hours prior to pitching & both work well for me.
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    BRY 97

    Interesting thread.... has anyone pitched BRY 97 into a starter? If so, was still a slow starter when pitched into the fermie? Cheers, Fozz
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    Barley Wine, how long to leave in secondary?

    1.094 / 1.020 Its a Nogne 100 clone with a boat load of fresh galaxy hops that were kindly donated to the newley formed Hobart Brewers. It was dry hopped with galaxy pellets. It tasted nice for an uncarbonated & fresh BW, which is hopefully going to be even better after ageing.
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    Barley Wine, how long to leave in secondary?

    To put this hot topic to bed ...lol I bottled up after it had been in the secondary for 10 days.
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    Barley Wine, how long to leave in secondary?

    Fella's, I brewed an AG BW on 22 March. It made FG on 1st April. I then racked it into the secondary & dry hopped it. Q; would I be better off to bottle it after 7-10days & let it condition, or leave it in the secondary for an extended period, say 30+ days & then bottle it. any advice will be...
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    Hobart Brewers next meeting & subforum

    Im 50/50 to make it at the moment. If im in Tassie, i'll be their.
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    Brew Rig for sale

    Great rig Wobbly. Good luck with the sale & all the best to you.
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    Refractometer

    Thx Wiggman. I just took another reading - 24 hrs after the previous. Refrac = 12 Brix Hydrometer = 1.022 The calculator shows 1.019. like you i believe the hydrometer. The calculator is alot closer today..Not sure why, all conditions are the same...
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