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Old 09-12-2013, 04:20 AM   #21
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Yeah, it's pretty mean once it's ready. Definitely a session ale which is what I'm all about, with some colour porn thrown in

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Old 09-12-2013, 06:38 AM   #22
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Yeah, it's pretty mean once it's ready. Definitely a session ale which is what I'm all about, with some colour porn thrown in
Planning a brew of this. Probably for the NZ Summer Xmas.
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Old 09-25-2013, 10:38 AM   #23
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I can't quit this beer. It's probably my favourite of the 10+ I have on tap right now. Pity I only made 19L of it and it'll be gone very soon
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Old 09-25-2013, 07:26 PM   #24
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I can't quit this beer. It's probably my favourite of the 10+ I have on tap right now. Pity I only made 19L of it and it'll be gone very soon
Daggers, Got any tasting notes? I'm thinking of something similar,
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Nothing that hasn't already been said in this thread. It's a nice balance between session beer and something a bit more intense. I did use Golden Promise instead of 2-Row which may be slightly sweeter, and only 2oz of RB.

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Old 11-23-2013, 01:38 AM   #26
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I can't quit this beer. It's probably my favourite of the 10+ I have on tap right now. Pity I only made 19L of it and it'll be gone very soon
I have to say that is one of the nicest compliments I've gotten on a recipe. I'm glad you're loving it!
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I can't quit this beer. It's probably my favourite of the 10+ I have on tap right now. Pity I only made 19L of it and it'll be gone very soon
was the only Hop addition you used the .75 oz northern brewer? Im assuming that was a 60 min addition?
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Yup that was it for me

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Old 01-05-2014, 09:38 PM   #29
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Couple questions I have, may be dumb but I cant find the answer on the net.

1.) When are you adding the hops? At the beginning, end, you all throughout the boiling process?

2.) And what is 4 oz of RB? I cant really find the answer to that by searching.

I'm very excited to try this recipe out.

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Couple questions I have, may be dumb but I cant find the answer on the net.

1.) When are you adding the hops? At the beginning, end, you all throughout the boiling process?

2.) And what is 4 oz of RB? I cant really find the answer to that by searching.

I'm very excited to try this recipe out.
I asked the hop question before and he told me it was the .75 oz at 60 min and that was it.

RB is roasted barley. It took me a minute to figure that one out as well.
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