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Post by lee1 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:09 pm

hi all any ideas on tt landlord grain recipie gw recipie states marris otter or would it be better using golden promise i have done the recipie with marris it was good any bennifit from golden promise thanks lee :)
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Re: tt landlord

Post by Meatymc » Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:56 am

Lee

I've tried MO, GP and Optic with GW's recipe and to be honest, none of them got remotely near TT Landlord IMHO. That's probably just me though and the fact I'm just getting an understanding of water treatment and its clear my untreated tap water doesn't lend itself to much more than stout despite the fact, like you, I'm not a million miles away from Keighley. 'Treatment' isn't the golden challice to recreating other peoples/companies brews but now I'm able to see how far off a 'target profile' my untreated water is makes no sense not to try and address that.

Of the 3 above, Optic (I think some also call it Spring Pale Malt) turned out by far the best and I now actually use Optic in preference to the other 2 as my standard base Pale Malt in all my brews. Again, this is only personal preference but was based on side-by-side taste tests.

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Post by orlando » Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:13 pm

The yeast is the most important component, without that you have no chance at all. Their water is actually a chloride forward one, with a Bitter it's usually the other way round. Finally there is the scale they brew at and their process. None of which we can hope to emulate, but with the yeast I suspect with multiple attempts and tweaks you might get close. Even if you don't, might still be a good beer.
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Re: tt landlord

Post by Meatymc » Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:29 pm

Didn't bother mentioning yeast for the very same reason - unless you can get hold of it from TT you've no chance.

I'm harvesting St Austell yeast from their Proper Job and have used it 5 times so far to be as close as poss' to their brew. None have been near enough but all have been enjoyable brews to the point that's my 'go to' yeast alongside Optic as my 'go to' grain.

TT also used to have their own well - not sure if that's still the case although if they're still at Knowle Spring that suggests they are possibly still using it.

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Re: tt landlord

Post by Onthebrew » Thu Feb 15, 2018 5:37 pm

wyeast west yorks yeast is supposedly the from TT. i have a brew made with that and golden promise fermenting at the moment.

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Re: tt landlord

Post by lee1 » Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:34 pm

cheers all it looks more like yeast than malt but what does golden promise give more than marris if anything cheers
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Re: tt landlord

Post by Eric » Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:47 pm

lee1 wrote:
Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:34 pm
cheers all it looks more like yeast than malt but what does golden promise give more than marris if anything cheers
This is what they say.

We only use Golden Promise in our beers, a barley normally reserved for the production of malt whiskies. In combination with our Knowle Spring water, Golden Promise makes our beers clean and crisp and gives them a fullness and roundness of flavour. It has to be grown to our own exacting specification, it is a difficult, low-yield crop, which takes a skilled farmer and expert maltster, making it the most expensive barley you can use for brewing beer.



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Re: tt landlord

Post by lee1 » Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:58 pm

wow eric why didn't i think of looking at there website thanks lee
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Re: tt landlord

Post by laithclark » Tue Feb 27, 2018 5:30 pm

Hi Lee

This is a recipe I have brewed many times trying to emulate the original and Bolt Maker and I have come close - it, if you want to get some recipe inspiration have a look at my blog the TT recipes are on there.

I always use WYeast 1469, GP, Crystal and Torrified Wheat. Then Worcester Goldings, Fuggles and Savinski Styrians. Water I just treat for Pale Ales according to a Murphys water analysis.

Great beer - think I am going to brew it again shortly!
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