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On 28/02/2020 at 8:25 AM, Barrelboy said:

Put another “Steam” in the droid today, my 4th brew. Really enjoyable drop. How are others finding it?

Drinking another batch, no one given this a go? Then there are so many.

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Looks good. Another one for my ever growing list.

At last count I have ingredients for around 15 brews. My Droid is going to be very busy when it gets home. 

Perhaps it's not such a bad thing that I'm giving it a little rest.

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6 minutes ago, Dustin Frothman said:

Looks good. Another one for my ever growing list.

At last count I have ingredients for around 15 brews. My Droid is going to be very busy when it gets home. 

Perhaps it's not such a bad thing that I'm giving it a little rest.

They don’t like being rested.

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At 5 weeks again this is so enjoyable and I brewed with 25g of centennial hops as I’d run out of cascade per recipe. A very good substitute and may do say 15g of each for the next brew.

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5 hours ago, Captain 3 Droids said:

At 5 weeks again this is so enjoyable and I brewed with 25g of centennial hops as I’d run out of cascade per recipe. A very good substitute and may do say 15g of each for the next brew.

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Looks a bit light in colour, did you put an E1 instead of an E2 in?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I’ve got a steam ready to keg ATM.  It’s not the California steam print, but a hacked version of WA’s little creatures Elsies.   
 

can’t wait to try it.  
 

For the beer nerds steams are also known as California commons (working class beer) and are the yin to the Kölsch yang.  
 

said differently they use lager yeasts to ferment at ale temperatures. 
 

where Kölsch (from Köln) is an ale yeast brewed and conditioned at cooler lager temps.  

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