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Old 11-04-2012, 08:44 PM   #1
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Default Just bottled my first Partial mash... Amazing!hanks Homebrewtalk People.

I originally got into homebrewing during the early 90's because I longed for the taste of some great German beers I discovered while serving the US Army in the mid 80'. Through mail order supply and over the course of the first year
I brewed 5 extract batches, the first one was great, then the next four
progressively tasted worse than the one before. Discouraged, I then took a 15 year sabatical from home brewing.
I only regained interest or confidence as my case may be after a homebrew supply store opened for business locally. I still longed for the taste of those German brews, so I stepped inside my new "Happy Place" a little over 1 year ago.
Since then and after talking with the guys at my LBHS I have brewed upwards of 30 extract kits, anything from Hefe Weizen to Tuppers Hop Pocket, Arogant Bastard and many others. All have been great successes since I learned about sanitizer.
Today I bottled my first Partial mash, an ESB recipie I found on Beerrecipies.org. It tasted great right out of the Primary and has the perfect color, I will condition it for 3-4 weeks and will let you know how it turned out.

Thanks to Homebrewtalk.com and the many knowledgeable people who visit the site.

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Cheers and thank you for your service. ESB is my favorite style, care to share the recipe?

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http://beerrecipes.org/showrecipe.php?recipeid=1129



Here you go. Enjoy!
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Ok 5 weeks to condition this one. It turned out great.

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