Homebrew to nanoscale brewery? - New website and blog

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stub24
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Homebrew to nanoscale brewery? - New website and blog

Post by stub24 » Thu Aug 17, 2017 9:57 pm

After teaching myself a few computer languages I've set up my own website based around our favourite hobby. I would be grateful if you could check it out for one main reason; I'm thinking of commercialising! This will probably be in the very distant future with work, moving house etc getting in the way but I might as well start to set some things up.

If you could visit https://www.thesmallbrewingcompany.uk and select what beers take your fancy the most it would help me out a great deal! My way of doing a bit of market research to test the water for The Small Brewing Company. Please feel free to share around any social media, there should be some helpful buttons.

Also I've started a blog which I plan on recording brew days on in addition to other bits and bobs; there is already one about my keeper and brewing beer for my wedding. Hopefully I will get some more information about the brewery set up soon.

Thanks Guys
Stuart

p.s. sorry if the websites a bit juvenile I only started teaching myself to code a few months ago.
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chris2012
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Re: Homebrew to nanoscale brewery? - New website and blog

Post by chris2012 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 12:44 pm

I like the sound of your 8% saison with gooseberries. Also the rye IPA sounds cool too.

One small point about your website, when you hover over your links, the cursor seems to change from being an arrow, which I've not seen before.

Good luck!

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Re: Homebrew to nanoscale brewery? - New website and blog

Post by stub24 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 6:21 pm

Cheers,

It took me a while to get the right balance with the gooseberries, it's easy to add too much! The rye IPA is my second favourite at the moment but only becomes great after a good 3 months ageing. I find this in all of my previous brews when using rye not sure why.

The cursor icons are set to your browser default rather than my website specifying a format. I did read somewhere that display the hand was standard for links I might have been wrong though.

Stuart

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Re: Homebrew to nanoscale brewery? - New website and blog

Post by chris2012 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:26 pm

Heh, that's interesting about it being easy to add too much. Are you adding them in secondary I assume?

stub24
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Re: Homebrew to nanoscale brewery? - New website and blog

Post by stub24 » Sat Aug 19, 2017 7:05 am

Yep 1 kg for 5 days. I freeze beforehand so I can sterilise without them falling apart.

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Re: Homebrew to nanoscale brewery? - New website and blog

Post by Fil » Sun Aug 20, 2017 1:23 pm

I found your site a refreshing change, instantly loading, no bastard banner ads and no resource hogging flash animations n vids.

Keep the simple format.. :)

good fortune with the venture..
ist update for months n months..
Fermnting: not a lot..
Conditioning: nowt
Maturing: Challenger smash, and a kit lager
Drinking: dry one minikeg left in the store
Coming Soon Lots planned for the near future nowt for the immediate :(

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Re: Homebrew to nanoscale brewery? - New website and blog

Post by stub24 » Mon Aug 21, 2017 5:43 pm

Thanks Fil! Don't think my coding abilities can cope with more than simple.

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