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    • Killing it! Well done man.

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      • Amber ale going down quickly

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        • ^ Nice
          The Problem With The World Is That Everyone Is A Few Drinks Behind.!

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          • Beer for brunch, my 0.53% abv Lager, I kegged it 3 weeks ago.

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            Last edited by Harhm; 20 November 2021, 11:21.
            https://www.wortsandall.co.za/images/smilies//drunk.gif I value your personal experience more than the BS that you have read or googled on the w.w.w. https://www.wortsandall.co.za/images/smilies//drunk.gif

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            • That looks amazing. You're the king of clear beers.
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              • My Belgian Double. Brewed 26/10, bottled 8/11 w 2.8vols co2.
                OG 1.067 FG 1.013 ABV w priming sugar 7.4%
                Nice frothy creamy off-white head and quite clear. It's tasting a little bit too sweet for my liking.. Possibly the treacle sugar. I'll be doing this one again with proper dark candy rocks - see if that makes a difference. This one drinking very smooth though.
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                • This one my Scott Janish West Coast IPA #2
                  Brewed 11/11 bottled 21/11 7days ago!! this the one the double dry hopped w added 4g/5gal ascorbic acid at bottling time. It didn't seem to have detered the head - instead after 7days in the bottle it surprised me.
                  OG 1.060 FG 1.010 ABV w priming 6.9% 67IBUs
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                  • Friday afternoon and time for a beer or 10.

                    American Blonde Ale @ 3%

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                    • AFTER WAITING LONG AND HARD

                      My Smoked Smore Porter is ready!!! Wont lie popping a bottle waiting for the TSSSSST is always nerve wracking on the longer duration ferments especially at higher ABV. Just shy of 9% it was all worth it!!!

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                      • Good looking beers oukies
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                        • Originally posted by Snyper564 View Post
                          AFTER WAITING LONG AND HARD

                          My Smoked Smore Porter is ready!!! Wont lie popping a bottle waiting for the TSSSSST is always nerve wracking on the longer duration ferments especially at higher ABV. Just shy of 9% it was all worth it!!!

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                          Yo daai is n mooi bier. En hoe proe hy?

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                          • Originally posted by Jitters View Post
                            Yo daai is n mooi bier. En hoe proe hy?
                            Thanks much appreciated! all the hard work and waiting paid off!

                            Notes of chocolate, coffee, touch of smoke and I can actually taste the marshmallow which I think is really awesome!

                            Also nice and smooth and "creamy" for the lactose. SG ended around 1025 so I used a 1/3 of the lactose I was going to.

                            This is not cloyingly sweet - Is it sweet yes - but this is an imperial pastry porter so thats what I was aiming for.

                            This is a beer you sip slowly by a fire its not meant to be rushed. Might def attempt this again but will maybe try "wood/barrel" age it.

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                            • Nice colour .. What hop did you use with this ... a nice citrusy one I would guess?

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                              • Originally posted by AlexBrew View Post

                                Nice colour .. What hop did you use with this ... a nice citrusy one I would guess?
                                Thanks, used Amarillo for this beer.

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