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I heard someone say it's possible to use 2 tins of coopers lager for example, with no extra sugar or malt. The 2nd tin makes up for the malt/sugar you'd otherwise use. Anyone tried this?
Sorry... unsure about different forums. Thanks for the post though.dicko said:Hi Ol' Matey,
If you go here;
You will see 314 posts on that subject.
Some, or maybe most, are people talking crap, but the info is there if you read it all.
Your post, I feel, should have been in the kit and kilo section rather than the "common ground" but as you are new to the forum we will all ( well at least me ) will forgive you.
Or if you're feeling flash, 2 cans of Malt Shovel 2-Row Lager. Nothing else to add & the best kit beer I've ever had. :super:sluggerdog said:If this worries you maybe try a 2 can brew with something like morgans canadian blonde. This is bittered to about 16 IBU from memory mking it a total of 32 IBU.
You're not meant to add 2 cans of malt Shovel Dunkel_Boy. One can will do 15 tallie batch. You only use 2 cans if you want a 30 bottle batch & I stand by my statement that was the best-tasting kit beer that I have ever had. You don't add anything else because it is pure malt just as using 2 cans of xxx brand will give you a nice pure malt 30 tallie batch if you add nothing else.Dunkel_Boy said:The MSB ones, you're not meant to add two cans though, so that's cheating.
All of the above sounds good, though I'm pretty annoyed you posted in the common ground forum, it really really pisses me off. :angry:
I can't believe your audacity...