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Old 11-01-2013, 09:19 PM   #351
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I chose this recipe for my first all grain brew. Everything went pretty smooth and it smelled amazing, I can't wait to drink it. My batch had a starting gravity of 1.040
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Old 11-02-2013, 06:26 AM   #352
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Here's a copy of a press release in several newspapers.

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Every Sunday Lunchtime Dave Taylor, his Dad (Jim) and Granddad (Sam) would pop down to the Rope and Anchor in Woolaston for a pint (or two) whilst his mum lovingly prepared them Sunday lunch for their return. It’s a classic British scene that was mirrored up and down the country. Whilst intergeneration drinking might still be around pints of Mild have been something of a rarity for many years. This is why Dave decided to brew his own Mild as a tribute to his family outings.



Little did Dave know that this would be later picked up by a bestselling homebrew author for inclusion in his latest book. Andy Hamilton, author of the Bestseller Booze for Free, went on a two year quest for his latest book, Brewing Britain- quest for the perfect pint which covers tasting notes and recipes for beers across the country. When it came to the chapter on Milds Andy felt delighted to find Dave and his recipe for a perfect pint of Mild. “It wasn’t just the fact that Dave’s beer gathered interested from home brewers across the planet that roused my interest, nor that he had perfected a remarkable beer recipe, but the real story and intention behind it”. Says Andy “My Dad has never drank beer, but I did enjoy a few with my Granddad and they are treasured memories. For me these were some of the perfect pints in my life and I know it was the same for Dave and his family. I’m just pleased that Dave’s kind permission to allow me to print his beer recipe means that hopefully families across the world will be able to share in a few pints of his Mild. A fitting tribute indeed to his Granddad who has now sadly passed away.

Dave, who now drinks in the Albion Hotel, The Lower Angel, The Tavern all in Warrington is delighted to be immortalised and states that thanks to Andy’s book he now has the perfect Christmas present for his Nan! Brewing Britain is published by Bantam Press and is available in all good bookshops RRP £12.99.
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Old 11-02-2013, 04:59 PM   #353
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Couldn't help but notice that "saison" is spelled incorrectly on that book cover. :P
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Old 11-02-2013, 07:19 PM   #354
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Well spotted.
I think there is either two ways to spell it or it is commonly misspelt. But yes the most common way is Saision.
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Old 12-03-2013, 03:07 PM   #355
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I brewed this with London ESB yeast(WL1968) and Willamette for the 15 minute addition. Fermented at the low temperature range to keep esters down and raised temperature for week two to cleanup. FG was 1.016, which seems about right for this yeast. Tastes bright, slightly fruity, and very slightly tart. Very enjoyable at this point. Cold crashing and kegging this week. Can not wait to enjoy this while it ages, if it lasts long enough
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Old 12-03-2013, 08:14 PM   #356
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Here's a copy of a press release in several newspapers.
Orfy - are you the fellow the author mentions in the book?

As for the recipe - I'd like to give this a go. Really feel the need/desire to brew some English styles, preferably the more sessionable ones. Learning so much from this hobby right now. May not get to it til Christmas, but looks like it turns around pretty quickly.
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Old 12-19-2013, 10:50 PM   #357
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Addition of Flaked Oats 2% of bill, S-04 and served at 5 weeks. By far a favorite. Thank you Sir.
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Old 01-22-2014, 01:56 AM   #358
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Brewed this on Saturday evening via BIAB. Checked gravity today and its down to 1.018. No more airlock activity, hoping the yeast can still get it down a few more points. OG was 1.037. Had airlock activity within a few hours of pitching a nice amount of yeast from a fresh slurry of s-04. Fermented at 66. Now raising to 71 and gonna try and rouse to get some more points knocked off. Already tastes very good, if a bit 'grainy'.

Changed the hops just a touch on accident. So did .5 oz fuggles @ 60, 30, and 15 for a rough total of 23 IBUS on a 6G batchw to match the original recipe.

Ill repost final results.
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Old 03-03-2014, 06:34 AM   #359
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I am really excited to try this extract recipe and I happen to have some marris otter. Not quite enough of it though so I thought to use light dme too.
Extract 5 gallons
3.15 lb Marris otter LME
1 lb light dme
.8 lb crystal 60
.25 lb chocolate malt

.87 oz fuggles for 45 min
.87 oz fuggles for 15 min

Nottingham dry yeast

I plugged this into Qbrew and my og is 1.036 Bitterness 25 Color 18 degrees alc:3.5% I will look for british versions of the steeping grains, I think my lhbs carries uk crystal 70-80 and uk chocolate. if not then I'll grab generic stuff.

If this recipe doesn't look right let me know. I don't have beer smith and Qbrew is the only free calculator with a large database of malts. Salud!
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Old 03-03-2014, 11:15 AM   #360
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I brewed this yesterday, Hit all me numbers from following the reciepe, adjusted the hops to allow for AA but came up with 23 IBUs,.
so for so good. we will see how it turns out.
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