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03-20-2008

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12-10-2008 5:39 AM

    ABOUT ME

  • plymouth,devon,uk
  • its a slower pace of life down ere in the west country.suits me fine oh yes.moors an old stone circles,beaches an cliffs,so much coast.an those old cornish mines you jus gotta go in em.got a campervan,an can make a mean pasty. like to hike up mountains when can but dont ask me what a carabeener is!
    wld love to chase tornadoes,you lucky americans.
  • walking,minexploring,mountainclimbing,homebrewing,converting old vans into campers
  • retired
  • andrew minns
  • 70s english folk rock
  • zulu,waterloo,that sort of thing
  • history stuff,alan partridge
  • history an exploration
  • me ol dad got me into homebrewing beer when a teenager.had a long break from it for 14 yrs until last year started again.havent the desire equipment or patience to brew mash beers anymore though, happy with just kits.stout an ale usually.
  • some more woodefords and brupack kits
  • right now WOODEFORDS wherry ale.
  • dont use one
  • brupack linthwait light
  • Male
  • Married

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: beer won't clear on 11-10-2008 at 12:02 AM
    :off: You are not texting nor paying by the letter or spaces. It would be much easier to
    understand what you are asking if you could use some capitalization and spell out the
    words.Ha,guess thats me t...

  • Posted in thread: beer won't clear on 11-08-2008 at 09:49 PM
    been long time since visited forum.thought wld look at a thread i posted.in case anyone looks
    at this because of similar prob.the brew cleared after a wk anyway so was un duly
    panicking.however i did ...

  • Posted in thread: beer won't clear on 03-22-2008 at 11:58 AM
    thanks for the advice everyone.have put into demijohns and it is indeed still fermenting so i
    think problem solved.i must add though that in the past ive always bottled from the primary
    once showing s...

  • Posted in thread: beer won't clear on 03-20-2008 at 04:45 PM
    thanx guys.lager kits here in the uk use ale not true lager yeast (shop have confirmed this)so
    shouldnt need a long secondary stage lagering.its staying cloudy at room temp.i fermented at
    the manufact...

  • Posted in thread: beer won't clear on 03-20-2008 at 03:14 PM
    hi, i wld appreciate some advice.have just bottled a youngs"brewbuddy"lager kit.it had
    fermented down from 1059 to 1010 in5 days and then stayed at 1010 for 2.it was beginning to
    drop clear so was tim...

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