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Old 12-18-2008, 04:18 AM   #1
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Thanks Edwort for your great mild recipe. I brewed up a extract batch about two months ago and after fighting with a used Tap-a-Draft that I now have working I have a steady supply of the sort of beer i enjoyed 30 years ago while living in the Cambridge are of the UK.

This is why I got into homebrewing - to try to find the beers of my past that I loved so much.


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Old 12-18-2008, 02:44 PM   #2
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+1 on brewing English style beers, it seems like it's impossible to find a good bottled commercial example of a mild or an 80 shilling. The only way for me to get these kind of beers is hope the local brewpub puts one on or I make it myself.

Funny, I just wanted to make good beer when I started doing this. I never thought I would be making beers that I couldn't get anywhere else.


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Funny, I just wanted to make good beer when I started doing this. I never thought I would be making beers that I couldn't get anywhere else.
That was exactly the reason I started brewing in the first place! I love making styles I can't find or are next to impossible to find. But then again it's also nice being able to get so much beer for so cheap as well

I have a mild ready to force carb right now, need to get my racking eq. sterilized so I can start drinking that bad boy!
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Old 12-18-2008, 04:56 PM   #4
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Thanks Edwort for your great mild recipe.
Are you talking about my BCB Haus Ale?

It is pretty mild & tasty. I'm glad you enjoy it.
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Old 12-18-2008, 05:04 PM   #5
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I don't see a mild recipe in your drop down. Are you holding out on us?
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I don't see a mild recipe in your drop down. Are you holding out on us?
I have a feeling that the OP has the Austin German confused with the Cheshire Brit.




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