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Message 1569700 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 20:49:25 UTC

Beer o'clocking after the outrage.

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Message 1569701 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 20:50:43 UTC - in response to Message 1569675.  

Ordered a kit of Coopers already.


Seti's micro brewery is about to launch on another continent? YAY!!! :) Evening everyone - totally forgot about the outrage today so was more than usually outraged... happy now though :)


Well my brother did it years ago but the long process.
The beer tasted very good, so i will try that out.


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Message 1569708 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 21:06:24 UTC

G'morning everybody.

Seti's micro brewery is about to launch on another continent? YAY!!! :) Evening everyone - totally forgot about the outrage today so was more than usually outraged... happy now though :)

Nothing wrong with having your own personal microbrewery Annie, it keeps some of us out of trouble and off the streets. ;-)

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Found that too.
Ordered a kit of Coopers already.

Seeing as you like Fosters Mike you'd likely wind up doing what my brother does and add around a 1/3rd of a cup of lactose to the brew to sweeten it slightly (my brother like VB which is very similar in taste to Fosters).

Hello Zapped.

Beer O'clock in under 4.5hrs.

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Message 1569716 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 21:14:11 UTC - in response to Message 1569708.  
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G'morning everybody.

Seti's micro brewery is about to launch on another continent? YAY!!! :) Evening everyone - totally forgot about the outrage today so was more than usually outraged... happy now though :)

Nothing wrong with having your own personal microbrewery Annie, it keeps some of us out of trouble and off the streets. ;-)

Thanks Wiggo

Found that too.
Ordered a kit of Coopers already.

Seeing as you like Fosters Mike you'd likely wind up doing what my brother does and add around a 1/3rd of a cup of lactose to the brew to sweeten it slightly (my brother like VB which is very similar in taste to Fosters).

Hello Zapped.

Beer O'clock in under 4.5hrs.

Cheers.


Good morning Wiggo.

The first brew will be the original recipe, i will just use malt instead of sugar like we germans always brew our beer.
I can make up to 30 litres in one go so thats fine by me.


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Message 1569719 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 21:20:07 UTC

Good morning Wiggo! I wonder what a Seti ale would be like? :)

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Message 1569720 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 21:27:05 UTC


Good morning Wiggo.

The first brew will be the original recipe, i will just use malt instead of sugar like we germans always brew our beer.
I can make up to 30 litres in one go so thats fine by me.

Good luck with it Mike, also the no.1 rule is make sure that everything is clean and sterilised properly so as to have no failures.

In 25yrs I've never lost a brew, but if I ever do have a bad brew, then I'd just put that brew through my still (no need to waste the alcohol) and I only ever had 5 bottles in all that time go pop. :-)

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Message 1569722 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 21:35:06 UTC - in response to Message 1569720.  


Good morning Wiggo.

The first brew will be the original recipe, i will just use malt instead of sugar like we germans always brew our beer.
I can make up to 30 litres in one go so thats fine by me.

Good luck with it Mike, also the no.1 rule is make sure that everything is clean and sterilised properly so as to have no failures.

In 25yrs I've never lost a brew, but if I ever do have a bad brew, then I'd just put that brew through my still (no need to waste the alcohol) and I only ever had 5 bottles in all that time go pop. :-)

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I will keep that in mind Wiggo.
How long do you wait after bottling 8 or 10 weeks ?


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Message 1569735 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 21:52:51 UTC - in response to Message 1569722.  



I will keep that in mind Wiggo.
How long do you wait after bottling 8 or 10 weeks ?

2 months minimum is my personal rule Mike though longer is even better, currently I'm drinking beer that has been aged for 5 months, but by the time summer hits here the beer will be even older than that by a month or 2 (I have 38 dozen 750ml bottles that I rotate with my beers).

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Message 1569737 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 21:54:14 UTC

mostly each tries to tweek it to thier taste, nothing wrong with that.
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Message 1569738 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 21:59:15 UTC - in response to Message 1569737.  

mostly each tries to tweek it to thier taste, nothing wrong with that.

And that's the best thing about brewing your own Grant, as you can perfect the taste to suit yourself, though I've yet to find someone who doesn't like my beer. :-D

Time for another morning coffee.

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Message 1569741 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 22:00:50 UTC - in response to Message 1569735.  



I will keep that in mind Wiggo.
How long do you wait after bottling 8 or 10 weeks ?

2 months minimum is my personal rule Mike though longer is even better, currently I'm drinking beer that has been aged for 5 months, but by the time summer hits here the beer will be even older than that by a month or 2 (I have 38 dozen 750ml bottles that I rotate with my beers).

Cheers.


Thank you very much for your help Wiggo.
Its much appreciated.
I`ve learned a lot in just 2 days again.

Cheers :))


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Message 1569745 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 22:02:05 UTC - in response to Message 1569738.  

mostly each tries to tweek it to thier taste, nothing wrong with that.

And that's the best thing about brewing your own Grant, as you can perfect the taste to suit yourself, though I've yet to find someone who doesn't like my beer. :-D

Time for another morning coffee.

Cheers.


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Message 1569768 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 22:39:29 UTC - in response to Message 1569745.  

mostly each tries to tweek it to thier taste, nothing wrong with that.

And that's the best thing about brewing your own Grant, as you can perfect the taste to suit yourself, though I've yet to find someone who doesn't like my beer. :-D

Time for another morning coffee.

Cheers.


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Message 1569783 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 22:53:53 UTC


The art of brewing they call it.

Some would also call it a science. :-)

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Message 1569789 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 23:17:42 UTC - in response to Message 1569783.  
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The art of brewing they call it.

Some would also call it a science. :-)

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Message 1569793 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 23:34:37 UTC

Jager O'clock in 26 Minutes. :-)
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Message 1569815 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 23:54:32 UTC - in response to Message 1569793.  

Jager O'clock in 26 Minutes. :-)

G'day TL, I won't be far behind you. ;-)

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Message 1569817 - Posted: 9 Sep 2014, 23:56:08 UTC - in response to Message 1569815.  

Jager O'clock in 26 Minutes. :-)

G'day TL, I won't be far behind you. ;-)

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Message 1569871 - Posted: 10 Sep 2014, 3:26:39 UTC - in response to Message 1569719.  

I wonder what a Seti ale would be like? :)


Don't know, but they could serve it here~


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Message 1569905 - Posted: 10 Sep 2014, 6:24:27 UTC

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