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GHW
Robert wrote:

It's not really racking to secondary, it's just racking off the the yeast into a bottling bucket to prime before bottling.



Yeah I guess. Either way I don't do it!
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Clibit
I'm loving this beer now, it's really good. Slight variation on Centennial Brown. One of my proper successes this brown ale. And another success with US05.
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Clibit
This has turned into one of my best ever brews. Just finished one. Wow.


4 months since brew day.
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Hops_and_Dreams
Sounds good with Mosaic. A nice variation on American beers.
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Clibit
Hops_and_Dreams wrote:
Sounds good with Mosaic. A nice variation on American beers.


It's bloody lovely, Hops. Rich and smooth and full of flavour. I gave a bottle to a young lad at work who goes round craft bars in Manchester all the time and he loved it. Said if it was in a nice can and he paid £4 for it in a craft beer shop he would be very happy.
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Hops_and_Dreams
Clibit wrote:


It's bloody lovely, Hops. Rich and smooth and full of flavour. I gave a bottle to a young lad at work who goes round craft bars in Manchester all the time and he loved it. Said if it was in a nice can and he paid £4 for it in a craft beer shop he would be very happy.

The sort of brew you pour for the first time and smugly think, 'yeah, I'm quite good at this brewing lark'.

Or maybe it's just really easy! Either way, always nice to have good feedback from others.
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Clibit
Hops_and_Dreams wrote:
The sort of brew you pour for the first time and smugly think, 'yeah, I'm quite good at this brewing lark'. Or maybe it's just really easy! Either way, always nice to have good feedback from others.


I make plenty of mediocre ok beers, it's so nice when you get a good one. [rofl]
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Hops_and_Dreams
Clibit wrote:


I make plenty of mediocre ok beers, it's so nice when you get a good one. [rofl]

Too modest!
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