Yeah ok thanks I got a fridge and temp control. Haven't done many ales. Should I rack it and cold chill it for a week or something before keg it or just straight to kegs.mate go ahead and do it, it will produce a good beer, just keep the fermentation temperature under control (i.e. around 17 deg)
Can vouch for reusing some CPA yeast. It really adds to the beer. Plus it's not hard to do at all. :beerbang:Pride of Ringwood (POR) is a great hop, but I prefer to keep it for bittering and flavour. I never use it for late additions.
Cascade is an awesome hop for late additions, but it is wrong for an Aussie style pale ale. (it makes great beer thou)
CPA in the All Grain version only has a 28g POR addition for bittering, it has NO late hop additions.
If you want to try and get closer to a CPA, then a huge factor is the yeast, re-culture some yeast from a CPA bottle and it will make all the difference. Have a search on here for the process on how to do it.
Using your kit + the be2 with no hop additions, but go the CPA yeast. It is worth the effort for the yeast.
+1Pride of Ringwood (POR) is a great hop, but I prefer to keep it for bittering and flavour. I never use it for late additions.
Because its flowers it takes up a shed load of room, you may get 2 x 90gm packs in a 500gm satchel.I was on your site nev how much is shipping and is that per item or for bulk buy same price