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Old 02-08-2013, 05:49 AM   #1
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First brew was the Muntons Imperial Stout ( I love Stouts ) a month after bottling I thought I'd crack a bottle, chilled to 12.C I'm very pleased with the result.

Thought I'd jump on here and share my result, as my wife is sick of my gloating ! Paired with a Partagas serie P the earthy tones mixed well with the lonely licorice, choc and creamy finish.

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Old 02-08-2013, 06:09 AM   #2
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First brew was the Muntons Imperial Stout ( I love Stouts ) a month after bottling I thought I'd crack a bottle, chilled to 12.C I'm very pleased with the result.
Holy cow! You just won the award for being the most patient first-time brewer ever! I hope it's amazing, you earned it!
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Old 02-08-2013, 07:51 AM   #3
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First brew was the Muntons Imperial Stout ( I love Stouts ) a month after bottling I thought I'd crack a bottle, chilled to 12.C I'm very pleased with the result.

Thought I'd jump on here and share my result, as my wife is sick of my gloating ! Paired with a Partagas serie P the earthy tones mixed well with the lonely licorice, choc and creamy finish.
It looks fantastic cheers
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Holy cow! You just won the award for being the most patient first-time brewer ever! I hope it's amazing, you earned it!
Haha cheers mate, it did take some patience !
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It looks fantastic cheers
Thanks very much I was very pleased with the end result.
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Congrats man!! Looks bloody lovely too.

Our lager gets bottled tomorrow, heres hoping we have as much success.
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Congrats man!! Looks bloody lovely too.

Our lager gets bottled tomorrow, heres hoping we have as much success.
And patience.
Thanks mate ! Best of luck, I'm bottling my first lager in the morning myself. Fingers crossed.
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