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Golden Days of Summer Ale

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Put this in the Droid 3/9/19 and kegged seven days later. As per Brewprint review - 

“Lovely pure white head. Nice and crisp with a citrusy background to the taste.

Finishing with a bitterness that’s held up by the sweetness of malt.
Another for the repeat queue - (are two droids enough?🤔)”
 
Don’t wait for summer.
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My ingredients for Golden Days of Summer Ale brewprint should hopefully be arriving today (got the SMS to say expect a delivery from Coopers Online Store today - always a great message to receive! 😇 ).  The spreadsheet that's been floating around recommends an amarillo dry hop of 50g's (!!!) and appears to be in addition to the 2x H6's that form part of the recipe... 

It's pushed it's way up my queue as I have 100g's of amarillo hops just sitting in my fridge doing nothing... keen to crack em open and start experimenting!

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35 minutes ago, Darran Haynes said:

My ingredients for Golden Days of Summer Ale brewprint should hopefully be arriving today (got the SMS to say expect a delivery from Coopers Online Store today - always a great message to receive! 😇 ).  The spreadsheet that's been floating around recommends an amarillo dry hop of 50g's (!!!) and appears to be in addition to the 2x H6's that form part of the recipe... 

It's pushed it's way up my queue as I have 100g's of amarillo hops just sitting in my fridge doing nothing... keen to crack em open and start experimenting!

I’d say the the Amarillo is in lieu of the the H6 as both would be over the top for 10l imo. Personally for a first time a I’d brew to the recipe. If I were to add Amarillo then 20g would be enough with the H6.

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Put this one down again on 24/12/19 and kegged today (first one for new year). Really enjoyed this drop last time, good for the hot weather.🌅🏝🏖☀️

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On 24/12/2019 at 10:50 AM, Darran Haynes said:

My ingredients for Golden Days of Summer Ale brewprint should hopefully be arriving today (got the SMS to say expect a delivery from Coopers Online Store today - always a great message to receive! 😇 ).  The spreadsheet that's been floating around recommends an amarillo dry hop of 50g's (!!!) and appears to be in addition to the 2x H6's that form part of the recipe... 

It's pushed it's way up my queue as I have 100g's of amarillo hops just sitting in my fridge doing nothing... keen to crack em open and start experimenting!

How did this end up Darran?

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10 minutes ago, Barrelboy said:

How did this end up Darran?

Bottled my Russian Imperial Stout last night and decided to continue my roll and started the Big Brown Imperial Ale instead. New plan is to do this one then the Coopers Old Special Stout and then do my best to mature them to June 2020. After those, next 'drinking' brew will be GDSA 😎

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6 hours ago, Darran Haynes said:

Bottled my Russian Imperial Stout last night and decided to continue my roll and started the Big Brown Imperial Ale instead. New plan is to do this one then the Coopers Old Special Stout and then do my best to mature them to June 2020. After those, next 'drinking' brew will be GDSA 😎

Nice one , my RIS is at 2 weeks now . So tempted to drink one haha. But I am.same as you i think its going to better with a longer conditioning. Would not mind brewing this either, sounds like a tasty brew. 

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