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Old 10-21-2007, 09:37 PM   #1
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Default Mmmmm, Fullers ESB is good

its even better when the eagles are winning, even if they cant find the endzone.

But damn this stuff is expensive... $11.76 for a 6 pack, WTF. Homebrewing really does save money.



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Old 10-22-2007, 12:26 AM   #2
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its even better when the eagles are winning,
How sweet is it now....


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Old 10-22-2007, 04:29 AM   #3
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25L at 1054 35 EBU 30 EBC

4.25Kg Maris otter
1.2kg Flaked Maize
520g Crystal

16g Target 90 mins
17g Challanger 90 mins
17g Northdown 90 mins

20g Goldings 15 mins

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True, true... the London Porter really rocks too...

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Old 10-22-2007, 01:24 PM   #5
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But damn this stuff is expensive... $11.76 for a 6 pack, WTF. Homebrewing really does save money.
Considering 6 pack prices at most bars in the area w/ imports & crafts going for 10-12 bucks.....

'Course, change is a comin soon
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25L at 1054 35 EBU 30 EBC

4.25Kg Maris otter
1.2kg Flaked Maize
520g Crystal

16g Target 90 mins
17g Challanger 90 mins
17g Northdown 90 mins

20g Goldings 15 mins

Wyeast 1968


Looks like I have my next brew lined up...after my Ordinary Bitter.
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How sweet is it now....
Its disgusting, Andy Reid should be fired.


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