Happy New Year gents - and ladies. I was thinking about brewing a couple of brews this coming week and, as my garage (read Brewery) is quite cold at the moment (10 - 12C) I thought about doing a Vienna lager style. It's one I haven't done before but since it is a lager and they require cooler fermenting temperature temperatures I could ferment outside my FermFridge so I can use that for a more conventional brew (18 -20C). I'd welcome any comments on the recipe - as it will be a new one on me though I crafted it ages ago and kept to the style. https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/790253/here-we-go-luppolo The story behind the name - and hence my label - is in two parts. Luppolo is Italian for Hops and, from my childhood, the song Here We Go Looby Loo sprung to mind. Looby Loo was also a character from the Andy Pandy TV series - that's the central character in the label. Anyway. I would like to know if the recipe is viable to all you old hands out there that have done a Vienna Lager.