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Old 10-13-2012, 05:29 PM   #541
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Two pictures of pints for today, first a classic pint of best bitter: Maris Otter, chocolate malt for colour, bittered, finished and dry hopped with fresh EKG. Fermented with S-04. It's mildly fruity, floral, biscuity and sweet, but dry and moreish in the aftertaste. I'm starting to like S-04 more and more for bitters since it amps up the biscuit and hops.It's not a "cream your pants since it's so awesome" yeast, but it's honest. I'm also not missing the crystal malt at all in this beer.

A B+ pint.



Next up is a dark mild brewed on the very same day. Maris Otter, dark crystal and pale chocolate, a touch of phoenix for bittering and fermented with Windsor. This beer is somewhat of a dud. I don't think I like Windsor with dark crystal... it's also very, very fruity, which hurts the drinkability.

A C pint at best.



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Old 10-13-2012, 05:56 PM   #542
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Old 10-14-2012, 01:54 PM   #543
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Old 10-14-2012, 06:54 PM   #544
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My last batch of Belgian Dark Ale, pretty clear, albeit opaque. Still a little green, and could use more time to carb. Still beer though!



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Old 10-14-2012, 07:11 PM   #545
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This was mine last week when I brewed. It's a basic 7% pale ale dry hopped w/ 2oz of Amarillo hops. Was my first ever on keg. I've bottled every bit up until this.
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This was mine last week when I brewed. It's a basic 7% pale ale dry hopped w/ 2oz of Amarillo hops. Was my first ever on keg. I've bottled every bit up until this.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:34 AM   #547
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Ambree De Sarrasin.

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That looks tasty
Thanks! That was my second ever AG batch.
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First test pour after 2.5 weeks in the bottle. Gettin' good!
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not a pint, but my first mead, a 19% abv Peach monster using off the shelf honey from Costco (14lbs) and 10 lbs of peaches. Just less than three months young, clearing nicely...


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