The home brew thread

TINY

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Just cleared out the man shed in prep for another brew for the summer, and tbh, right now. Low and behold, I have a keg full of a brew I did about 18m who. Checked it out, been under pressure and it tastes superb!

Isolation just got a whole lot better.
 

Two Gun Bob

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Just cleared out the man shed in prep for another brew for the summer, and tbh, right now. Low and behold, I have a keg full of a brew I did about 18m who. Checked it out, been under pressure and it tastes superb!

Isolation just got a whole lot better.

I bet it tastes superb. Eighteen months of storage makes it a vintage.
 

TINY

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Just ordered the grains for a lager to do this weekend, with lagers you need to rest them for a good 6 week (not compulsory but you get better results), so going to do this now in time for summer. All in, including delivery were looking at 56p a pint. Going for what’s known as a lawnmower beer, light, crisp, refreshing. Aiming for something in the mould of a premium Pilsner.

I’ll probably throw a wine kit in too. Anyone got anything or plan on getting anything brewing?
 

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I keep intending to do a cider as I hear it's even lower maintenance than lager, which isn't much maintenance at all if i'm honest. My last lager batches were a millstone around my neck. I'd get in from a night out or have finished my beers I had bought for the night, and then i'd start on my homebrew stash. I can't have a stockpile unfortunately.
 

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