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WTB: Fresh Batch of Beer - GC/BRIS

Discussion in 'Buy and Sell' started by BKBrews, 8/3/19.

 

  1. BKBrews

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    Posted 8/3/19
    This is a weird one......

    I currently live overseas without any of my brew gear, so haven't brewed in about 18 months. I will be home from the 31st March to the 20th April and while that isn't enough time to get my stuff out of storage and have a crack, I am keen to grab a keg for while I'm home if possible.

    So I'm looking for someone who would be willing to brew 20-30L, based on a recipe of my choice. Deal is I will have milled malt, hops and yeast sent to you, you brew the batch (ready for the week of the 1st April), I take a 19L keg (obviously I'll supply the keg) and you can keep whatever is left over. I used to brew 27L in my GF, hence my preference for this batch size.

    Anyone keen or have another suggestion?
     
  2. Engibeer

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    Posted 8/3/19
    Good luck, but why don't you find someone who does double batches and offer to buy the ingredients for the batch. Might have more luck. I certainly wouldn't bother for the value of 7L worth of ingredients. That's like... Well below minimum wage for all the work.
     
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  3. BKBrews

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    Posted 8/3/19
    Fair call. Anyone interested in that, I’m all ears.
     
  4. Maheel

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    Posted 10/3/19
    whats the recipe and how does it get into your keg? Have you got gas etc ?

    You want it force carbed or pressure fermented then transferred into you keg?

    easier just to buy cartons ?
     
  5. Ashul

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    Posted 11/3/19
    Get a good mate to get a cube from craftbrewer, ferment it, and you keg it when you land. Cost of material, postage, time wasted, not worth it...
     
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    Posted 15/3/19 at 10:48 AM
    I’m keen to know what type you were keen to brew, and your recipe!
     
  7. TwoCrows

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    Posted 16/3/19 at 1:52 AM
    If the recipe is not a secret, maybe post it and a few brewers may possibly get together or group may be willing to help out.
     
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