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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Mar 21, 2016.
First pull on my ESB that i brewed a couple weeks ago. Very malty and good hop bite from the EKG.
I had never even seen a dark lager until I joined BF. Already looks fantastic the way you captured the colour effect at the bottom. Mine would be on the carpet if I tried that.
Dry Pear Cider [6%]. Seven weeks old. Primary fermentation took 17 days and the early test was not so encouraging with the pear flavour sitting above the apple. Glad to say the flavours are almost fully merged now and this should be worth looking forward to in the warmer months. It has lost a bit of the dryness but is better again for it. The carbonation is moderate but better than I have been getting with ciders. Rare for me to drink cider (other than mulled) when the weather is so cold as it is here at the moment with snow stuck on the ground a few days now. But I went all out and had this over ice straight from the fridge at lunch and was not disappointed - definately the way to go.
Irish Extra Stout [5.5%]. Bottled on New Year's Day. Opened a bottle of this a week ago and it was nowhere near, no head whatsoever and tasting 'raw'. Couldn't think of anything better to try with smokey fish pie so tried another tonight. Massive difference already! Not bad at all for just three weeks. Head is just starting to develop. Only slightly more liquorice than I like but I think that is going to get evened out.
One of my kveiks
And a Belgian ale (I moved inside, raining)
My dark mild, very good
Chalk markers work great for tap labels aye ?
yes I have chalk board handles, note to self clean tap tray lol
First pull of my red lager. This one caused trouble when transferring, fingers crossed it didn't get too much oxygen
I’d drink it! Looks tasty.
Red lager, this anvil is making very good beer I tell ya
That's a beauty! I have never actually seen that in a bottle before!
I’ve never seen it in a can….wish I did because I’m sure they’d be pints.
Nothing like having a Pride, and a friend who has a Porter! Adult Kindergarten!
here's my recipe
Here is mine https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/1291951/fullers-pride-keg