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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Yooper, Apr 21, 2018.
^^^ Oh Hell Yea... That color is gorgeous... Frothy thick head... Recipe???
Stout and Blonde
This was quickly crushed at a recent wedding! Reminded everyone of a Pilsner. Probably the most domestic tasting beer I've ever made. Also, the clearest beer I've ever made - used Nottingham yeast. I just wish I had snapped a picture at the wedding!
Supposed to be a Red IPA. Its brown instead. 60 IBU, 6.3 ABV. Good dose of Amarillo and Comet in DH.
Another way to cool your wort lol. Thats the rescue brittany spiers dog my brew assistant .
Version 2 of my blonde ale. Not quite as clear as my first but it tastes exactly the same and the color is nice ( A touch darker I think though I never poured the first in a tall glass as it was for a wedding.)
Oh that is gorgeous looks even better in a curvey glass!
...and close to the edge! Careful with that beer eugene...
The ESH I had attenuation problems with. Turned out to be very nice' Even a color match to the whiskey
ESB on Nitro, really smoothes it out. Seems a bit of time to mellow out really helps, for me anyway.
That head is dense what a big back yard! You could kick a ball or hit a golf ball as far as you want with no windows to break.
That is one tasty looking beverage there Snook i hope it tastes as good as it looks.
@sn00ky Nice looking beverage.
It sure does, it's my first ESB, but I like it!
Thanks, it's pretty quite around here! Easy to enjoy a home brew on the back deck!
Yeah, I am very happy I made the investment, I really enjoy it on stouts, and it only costed me 60 bucks for the regulator. Managed to trade old oxy acetylene combo that I didn't use for years for the beer gas.
I hear Nitro Coffee is a big thing overseas i think in Europe. Expressed coffee in a keg carbed with nitrogen no milk. Anyone had one. Apparently the nitrogen carbonation gives the coffee a silky creamy mouthfeel.
Nice Glass! Are you in London? I am in Cambridge BTW. Great looking beer too!
Thanks! No, but my wife brought one back for me when she was a few months ago! I like it, its a really heavy glass.
Sounds interesting! Haven't seen it yet here, but will keep my eyes peeled.
Already posted another pic of my first clear (after dozens of brews) Comet/Mandarina Bavaria IPA in a different thread, but here is a pic I made for a brew buddy. Next brew is going to be with a bit of Red X instead of Pale Ale malt, to see if I can get it a tinge more amber...