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    ABOUT ME

  • Just bottled my first

    With a Cider going down as we speak
    Live in Christchurch NewZealand.
  • Sports,Beer drinking,movies and music
  • Engineer
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  • Rock Music
  • All the Batman Movies, I'm a comic book geek.
  • How I met your Mother, Castle etc.
  • Anything by Stephen King
  • N/A
  • Always wanted to try it out, I'm an avid beer drinker, and I'd probably still drink it if it was alcohol free, although it doesnt taste quite the same.
    1st recipe using standard kit so far.
    will be experimenting with ciders as we have a feijoa tree in the back garden.
  • Apple and Feijoa Cider
    Dark Stout
    Lagers
    Wine

    Eventually spirits possibly.
  • Apple & Feijoa Cider
  • Nothing See above for what will be there...
  • Munich Lager (Ale Yeast). Low Alcohol
  • Nothing
  • Male
  • Single
  • Christchurch
  • New Zealand

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Stone Ruination Clone on 02-03-2016 at 10:44 PM
    Now I am off in search of a recipe for Saint Archer Mosaic. I just tried it and it is an
    outstanding IPA. I am not able to find anything online for any Saint Archer recipes. This might
    be trial and er...

  • Posted in thread: looking for Black IPA recipe on 02-03-2016 at 10:23 PM
    That scourge recipe is the same grain bill at Stone XI anniversary AKA Sublimely self
    righteous. The amarillo is also common, but SSR uses Chinook for bittering and Simcoe instead
    of cent.My recipe wa...

  • Posted in thread: Stone Ruination Clone on 01-29-2016 at 12:40 AM
    I just tried it yesterday after it carbed in the keg. I haven't tried a side by side comparison
    yet but it tastes exactly line ruination 2.0. Very good results I couldn't be happier. Glad it
    worked ou...

  • Posted in thread: Stone Ruination Clone on 01-28-2016 at 11:51 PM
    I went with 2 oz centennial and 1 oz azacca for the dry hop. Just tasted before cold crashing
    and it is on point Ruination 2.0Any Update on this?I'm gearing up for this one soon.

  • Posted in thread: New Zealand Brewers on 01-28-2016 at 11:49 PM
    Oh man I am geeking out, just noticed this huge pellicle on my Saison :)I thought the Brett
    wasnt going to do bugger all because the F.G was 1.004 and I racked it off the trub. (not to
    mention the pac...

  • Posted in thread: New Zealand Brewers on 01-27-2016 at 06:29 PM
    Recipe below... I didn't have any Magnum so used Warrior and Citra for bittering. Ferment so
    active I nearly needed a blowoff on my blowoff. :rockin: i tried fresh ruination when i was in
    the us a fe...

  • Posted in thread: New Zealand Brewers on 01-27-2016 at 05:28 AM
    Doing my biggest beer right now, 1.080 Stone Ruination clone. Pitched 2/3 of a month old US-05
    yeast cake and it went nuts for 5 days. On tap now is a 4% Beetroot Belgian, nice colour and
    easy drinkin...

  • Posted in thread: New Zealand Brewers on 01-26-2016 at 10:25 PM
    Not too bad. Last batch ran short on OG. Just finished upbrewing 160 litres for my wedding in a
    few weeks. Brown aleRed alePale aleGolden aleNext up imperial stout with Brett.

  • Posted in thread: All-Grain Stone Brewing Imperial Mutt Brown Clone attempt on 01-19-2016 at 11:01 PM
    I reached out to the actual original creators of the recipe via Facebook and LinkedIn and
    received no reply. The information for the recipe or taken from stone literature on the bottle,
    and on the sto...

  • Posted in thread: All-Grain Stone Brewing Imperial Mutt Brown Clone attempt on 01-19-2016 at 09:47 PM
    brain fart 45ibu not 35Have you e mailed stone to make sure your on the right track?I'd flcik
    them an e mail with your recipe and just say what your intendingto do, they might give you some
    steer on i...

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