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Old 01-09-2013, 09:04 AM   #11
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Why would it be a trick question? I will post in recipe database shortly.

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Old 01-09-2013, 10:11 AM   #12
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www.homebrewtalk.com/f67/hobgoblin-clone-379917/

There is the link to the recipe.
Its under english brown ale.

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Old 01-09-2013, 10:42 AM   #13
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nice one, mate

What were the fermentation temps?

Definitely want to give this a bash sometime soon.
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Old 01-09-2013, 10:57 AM   #14
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Fermentation was constantly 69f.
It really is a lovely beer plus with the wlp005 it floculates very quick, hence my initial post about carbonation, bit the result is a very clear beer with very little yeast.
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Old 01-09-2013, 11:14 AM   #15
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Thanks for that. Will try a batch as Wychwood's brews are some of the, pretty limited, selection of beers from Blighty we can get over here and Hobgoblin is one of my faves.
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I love wychwood brews and it a bonus to live so close to them.
Bottled goblin though is not a good as draught, but its still good.
Try king goblin if u can find it, its a stronger, richer hobgoblin.
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I love wychwood brews and it a bonus to live so close to them.
Bottled goblin though is not a good as draught, but its still good.
Try king goblin if u can find it, its a stronger, richer hobgoblin.
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I love wychwood brews and living so close to then is a bonus.
Bottled hobgoblin really does the brew no justice compared to draught.
Low priming is the key to this recipe for that authentic hobgoblin smoothness.
I will post a pic of it in a clear bottle so u can see it.

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Old 01-09-2013, 06:29 PM   #19
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thanks for posting the recipe, i will defo have a go at this!
just one thing, Styrian Goldings are apparently one of or a blend of three different hops, as per>TheMaltMiller
wierd huh! i wonder what is used in hobgoblin?
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yeah, we only get the bottled stuff here. Scarecrow, Wychcraft, Hobgoblin, Fiddler's elbow? And I've had a few bottles of a Christmas ale a while back. haven't seen the King Goblin. You'll need to conjure up a recipe of it for me

Wonder if I could get away with using Fuggles and Kent Goldings for flavour/aroma and a small amount of Nugget for bittering. Not sure if I can get Styrian Goldings here at the moment.


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