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Post by Pilch » 1 year ago

and the Marketing Ploy of the year award goes to.........BrewDog Brewery in the United Kingdom?!

Brilliant really.

And there was us thinking that they were just really great guys :think:


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Post by Pilch » 1 year ago

Oh, and here's how that 1st batch turned out looking like after only 10 days in the bottle and only 8 hours in the fridge ;)
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Post by PistolPatch » 1 year ago

Looks fantastic Pilch :thumbs:.

Which one was it? (I'm too lazy to re-read the thread :)). Have you got a file for us? And, most importantly, what does it taste like?

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Post by Mad_Scientist » 1 year ago

Oh, can't believe he made that. :nup: , that bottle has a label on it and a twist off cap. :)


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Post by Pilch » 1 year ago

That was the Karl Strauss pintail clone that I got some volumes wrong on and it ended up a bit bigger (7% ABV) than it should of. It tastes great though and I was absolutely stoked at the results of only my first try at BIAB, I am definitely hooked now. It could easily Cary some more hops up front on the pallet and on the aroma side but that will be easy to achieve next time out.

I do have the recipe file on my computer, I'll see if. Can pop it up in the recipe section when I get back over to the fire station after lunch ;-)

Those screw top bottles actually hold a crown seal o.k, I was a bit dubious at first but I've used them quit a bit now and haven't had any problems thus far?!


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Post by joshua » 1 year ago

Pilch, the Only Bottles that ever Cracked/Shattered were those twist-off bottles, many of them are very poor Quality.

Be very careful when Capping those.
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Post by Pilch » 1 year ago

Nah, Ausie home brewers have been re-using Coopers bottles since Adam played full back for Jerusalem ;-)


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Post by joshua » 1 year ago

You Aussies have a better bottle than us Seppo's!Image
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Post by Wolfman101 » 1 year ago

I'm going to have a crack at a few of their beers over the coming months and the marketing has worked on me. I'll pick up one of their cans when I see it available on the shelf at a reasonable price.
Their hoppy brown ale has tickled my fancy


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Post by vandros » 11 months ago

Guys, I tried to clone the Punk IPA but there isn't enough cells to enter the large amount of hops needed. Is there any way to increase section D?
PS. I did my own calculations and obliviously didn't calculate well the amounts because it tastes too bitter.


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Post by suburbrew » 7 months ago

vandros wrote:Guys, I tried to clone the Punk IPA but there isn't enough cells to enter the large amount of hops needed. Is there any way to increase section D?
PS. I did my own calculations and obliviously didn't calculate well the amounts because it tastes too bitter.
You can work around this by combining several hops added at the same time in the same row. You will have to do a mass-weighted average of the AA%s.

The dry hop additions should be straightforward to calculate by simply scaling to the batch volume.

My latest batch was based on the Punk IPA (2010 - ) and it came out very nicely. I added a bit of wheat malt and had to substitute a few hops, luckily not the Nelson Sauvin which I'd say is mandatory for a Punk IPA clone.
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Re: Brewdog cook book

Post by caero » 4 months ago

FYI the 2017 version has been released by the scots :D

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