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Hops_and_Dreams
AdrianDBW wrote:
Thanks for the great post Tony.

I'm half way through building myself a fermentation fridge, and I'll be going down the partial mash route in the new year- probably having a go at all grain/biab soon after.

You can make really good partial mash brews, you will immediately notice the improvement over kits and you can make whatever beer you want.
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AdrianDBW
Well after two months under the bed this kit beer is a lot better... by that I mean it not quite so rancid and is almost drinkable. [rofl]

I've got a bit more hope that I might actually be able to drink it, rather than throw it all away. Although disappointingly, it's not just the off flavours that are disappearing- the beer itself doesn't really have that much flavour any more.

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GHW
AdrianDBW wrote:
Well after two months under the bed this kit beer is a lot better... by that I mean it not quite so rancid and is almost drinkable. [rofl]

I've got a bit more hope that I might actually be able to drink it, rather than throw it all away. Although disappointingly, it's not just the off flavours that are disappearing- the beer itself doesn't really have that much flavour any more.



Just make more beer (then more)and eventually you won’t feel so bad about chucking this one, rather than convincing yourself to drink it.

That’s always my approach to a just-about-drinkable-but-not-really beer
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AdrianDBW
GHW wrote:
Just make more beer (then more)and eventually you won’t feel so bad about chucking this one, rather than convincing yourself to drink it. That’s always my approach to a just-about-drinkable-but-not-really beer


It's just finding the time to brew! My stocks are getting a bit low so I thought I'd try one and see how it was.

Otherwise it can stay there until I need the space to store good beer!!
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