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Gregles
justbeaz wrote:
like the sound of the Norwegian farmhouse ale on page 40 but would not know where to get any juniper branches from lol


Check out any old church graveyards mate. Bound to be a big ole juniper waiting to meet ya.
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Steve
Gregles wrote:


Check out any old church graveyards mate. Bound to be a big ole juniper waiting to meet ya.


Do you spend a lot of time in these places Greg? [rofl]
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justbeaz
Gregles wrote:


Check out any old church graveyards mate. Bound to be a big ole juniper waiting to meet ya.


Knowing me I will get accused of grave robbing lol
I like my water with barley and hops
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Gregles
Steve wrote:


Do you spend a lot of time in these places Greg? [rofl]


Too lively for me mate.[skull-emoticon-for-facebook-status-comments-chat][sneaky]
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Demig
Got my copy today, really interesting stuff. Been meaning to have a crack at Janet's Brown for ages as I enjoy listening to Tasty on the BN.

Can't see how to post a pic of my copy on tapatalk but I'm reading away. Cheers Denny and Drew!
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Steve
Next week's brew will be Pliny The Toddler, you can find this on page 179, looks like another great brew[thumb] if you have not got the book your missing out, use the forum link in the Library section.
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Northern Brewster
Going to give the lime cream ale a go next weekend. Should be a good one for the warmer weather.
I don’t have hobbies. I’m developing a robust post-apocalyptic skill set.
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Clibit
Northern Brewster wrote:
Going to give the lime cream ale a go next weekend. Should be a good one for the warmer weather.


Lime Cream ale? [eek]
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Northern Brewster
Clibit wrote:


Lime Cream ale? [eek]


I'm having a lager and lime moment 😉
I don’t have hobbies. I’m developing a robust post-apocalyptic skill set.
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