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Message 2011299 - Posted: 8 Sep 2019, 22:36:24 UTC

G'morning everyone, from a cold and gusty day in the highlands down under.

Now that the garbage bin has been brought in and another couple of pieces of wood put in the wood heater I'm now just waiting on my 2 fermenter kits to finish sterilising so I can then fire up the ring burner and start dissolving dextrose and sugar for these 2 brews.

I should have that all done by Beer O'clock, but for now I'll go and make myself a coffee.

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Message 2011403 - Posted: 9 Sep 2019, 20:08:02 UTC

There's nothing like the aroma of yeast farts in the morning. :-D

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Message 2012465 - Posted: 18 Sep 2019, 21:14:12 UTC

G'morning everyone, from a not so smokey start in the highlands down under.

After a cool week here my beer brew is finally ready to bottle up and the water is now being brought to the boil so that I can sterilise the bottles for the amber liquid to go into.

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Message 2012805 - Posted: 22 Sep 2019, 1:12:03 UTC

G'day everyone, from a warm, dusty, windy, but so far sunny day in the highlands down under.

Well everything's ready now for a handful or so of us to enjoy another Sunday "Beer'n'BBQ" downstairs in the shed (out of the wind and dust), though the wood heater will not be needed this time as the shed's solar heating system (ceiling fan + sun on steel roof) has it at a nice 27C down there so far, so now I can relax over a quiet cold beer (or 2) before they start arriving.

Anyhow, I hope that you all enjoy the weekend.

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Message 2012846 - Posted: 22 Sep 2019, 11:08:54 UTC

Oktoberfest has started in Munich. They say prices have risen and now a "Mass" glass costs 11 euros. But I don't know how much beer that is.
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Message 2012895 - Posted: 22 Sep 2019, 16:51:26 UTC

Not sure myself but this may be it. Maß glass

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Message 2013330 - Posted: 25 Sep 2019, 23:17:39 UTC

G'morning everyone, from another cool, dark and gloomy day in the highlands down under.

Well the brewroom is warming up for a hard day at the office and the fire downstairs is going so I'm going to be very comfortable in here today as I slave away making Holy water. ;-)

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Message 2015224 - Posted: 12 Oct 2019, 23:48:11 UTC

G'day everyone, from a mostly sunny Sunday morning in the highlands down under.

It was a cold'n'damp day here yesterday so I fired up the brewroom and put down a 50L spirit wash (that kept the back rooms of the shed nice and warm), so I've just sealed it up and the airlock is going off like a machine gun ATM (I'll have to top that back up tomorrow).

I've also got everything ready for another Sunday "Beer'n'BBQ" session so I can now take a short break and watch the start of "The Great Race" (The Bathurst 1000 for those who don't know) before the crew start turning up.

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Message 2019627 - Posted: 19 Nov 2019, 5:34:18 UTC

Had some of this fine brew. 9.7% ABV.
https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/42/3457/
Nice flavor. Something to sip and enjoy, not for chug-a-lug!

Like my local water hole, 28 taps, only 1 that has a popular swill. Yes, they have the domestic swill, but bottles for that. The taps are for real micro-brews, so when the keg runs out, something else replaces it.
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