Saturday, 19 January 2019

How Do,
Beer Recipie choice time 😱
RECIPIES FROM 1844 - 1967!!
MILD ALES
BITTER BEERS
BEST BITTERS AND MILDS
STOCK ALES
PALE ALES
INDIA PALE ALE
PORTER (INC Stock & Strong)
STOUTS (INC IMPERIAL etc)

What sort of recipie to post though, reply in the comments section and I'll post a recipie from the most popular style up.

The recipies will be in a Grist %, mashing & sparging perameters  boiling, hops required by variety & ibu contributions required, and all the other usual bits and bobs.

Cheers
Edd

9 comments:

  1. How about a Strong Porter recipe Edd?

    Wally

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    1. How Do Wally,
      I've got a peach of a XXXX Stock Porter from the brewery of Peter Walker & Sons it's from 1892
      And works out to 48 IBU And 9% ABV (@ Racking )
      Cheers 🍺,
      Edd

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    2. How Do Wally ,
      I've just posted a Tetley's Stock Porter recipie from 1858.
      The Peter Walker XXXX Porter will need a bit of work to get it right for a homebrew format.
      What sort of kit (and brewlength capacity have you got mate ?)
      Cheers 🍺
      Edd

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  2. I guess with my Burton connection I’ll vote for IPA.

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    1. Hi Ian,
      The only Burton recipies I have are from 1935,from Allsopp's 😱,
      Cheers
      Edd

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  3. Hi Edd, it's Hambone from Australian Craft Brewer. I'm looking for something like Greene King IPA. Seen anything along those lines?

    Cheers
    Hambone

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  4. Hi Hambone,
    A much underrated beer is Greene King IPA, and they're sponsors of English Championship Rugby 👍.

    It's not the first time I've been asked for a recipie, there are a few out there, but I don't have one for G.K IPA, sorry
    I do have some nice inter War Bitter recipies that are around the same strength, I'll have a look through them and see what I can do
    Cheers 🍻,
    Edd

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  5. Sounds great thanks Edd.

    Cheers

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