What Homebrew Are You Drinking Now - June 2018

Discussion in 'Homebrewing' started by VikeMan, Jun 2, 2018.

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  1. 911CROFT

    911CROFT Devotee (438) May 18, 2015 England
    Trader

    Not really, but I only get through one 6.5kg “pub” tank in about 4-5 months. Same for my nitro set up. Last time I swapped a bottle the price had increased from £15+ tax to £18 + tax
    Pretty negligible on the homebrew scale.
     
  2. makisupapolice14

    makisupapolice14 Aspirant (223) Jun 5, 2005 New York

    Close to the last of my high 5 helles lager. My first light lager. Entered my first comp with it just over a month old and placed 1st in the pale malty euro lager category (hence my wifes dorky coaster haha). Still good but not as good as a month or so ago. Great on this 90f day!
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  3. makisupapolice14

    makisupapolice14 Aspirant (223) Jun 5, 2005 New York

    Next up no-win cream ale, a tribute to my Rochester NY residence. Lighter and crisper than the true Rochester original, with a touch of hop aroma and flavor in the finish with some crystal hops at flameout. Used a mix of us05 and 34/70 and it works pretty well. Only been in the keg for about 2 weeks but it's drinking well. Cheers!
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  4. StupidlyBrave

    StupidlyBrave Initiate (74) Jan 2, 2009 Pennsylvania

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    I ordered Brewer's Malt instead of Pale Malt - an accident. This is first glass from the keg.
     
  5. pweis909

    pweis909 Poo-Bah (1,964) Aug 13, 2005 Wisconsin
    Society

    Not the same thing? I thought Brewer's malt just another name for Pale malt, neither of which should be confused with Pale Ale malt. Help?
     
  6. StupidlyBrave

    StupidlyBrave Initiate (74) Jan 2, 2009 Pennsylvania

    ^ Pale Ale Malt. Sorry.
     
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