1835 William Black

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barney
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1835 William Black

Post by barney » Sun Jan 05, 2014 8:51 pm

I wonder what that tastes like?

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Re: 1835 William Black

Post by leedsbrew » Mon Jan 06, 2014 7:52 am

VERY cool! :D
Drinking: Brooklyn black Chocolate Stout 8%, 1500 Ducks Amber, Titan RIS Parti-gyle, Andromeda Pale Ale, Chana IPA, Guiseley Blone Ale
Conditioning: Yorkshire Stong Bitter
Lagering: Bugger all
Souring: NYD 2013 Robust porter
Fermenting: Faux Pils
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Planing: NYD Brewathon oud Bruin, Golden Condor APA, Oat Stout, Solaris MkII
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Re: 1835 William Black

Post by barney » Tue Jan 07, 2014 8:09 am

I love to read how us brewers coped before the advent of Electrickery and refridgeration, thats kind of how I brew. :)
I wonder what that tastes like?

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