Ron Pattinson's The Homebrewer's Guide to Vintage Beer

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Re: Ron Pattinson's The Homebrewer's Guide to Vintage Beer

Post by Eadweard » Sun Jan 04, 2015 4:04 pm

Ragus supply direct by the ton but you can get them a block/tub at a time from Bako: http://www.callbakolondon.com/search/?k ... &gobut.y=0

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Re: Ron Pattinson's The Homebrewer's Guide to Vintage Beer

Post by Dave S » Sun Jan 04, 2015 5:26 pm

I wonder what the real benefits are compared with using golden syrup with added caramel if desired. Has anyone done a comparison test?
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Re: Ron Pattinson's The Homebrewer's Guide to Vintage Beer

Post by BrewerBen » Wed Jan 07, 2015 7:41 pm

Eadweard wrote:Ragus invert sugar 25kg blocks are hard to break up and quite sticky inside so I'm sure a nightmare to break down to smaller sizes.
I was almost tempted to give it a go then i saw the pic's on your blog:

http://edsbeer.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/b ... -no-1.html

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Re: Ron Pattinson's The Homebrewer's Guide to Vintage Beer

Post by Dave S » Fri Jan 09, 2015 2:16 pm

Dave S wrote:I wonder what the real benefits are compared with using golden syrup with added caramel if desired. Has anyone done a comparison test?
Should I that that as a no then?
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Re: Ron Pattinson's The Homebrewer's Guide to Vintage Beer

Post by SHIELDS EXILE » Fri Jan 16, 2015 1:32 pm

Why not use homemade invert sugar.I have made it asthe directions on a website called Half a Cat, the rantings of his unholiness, which also has a n upto darte list of Rons, lets brew recipes.

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