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Gday from Newcastle Australia

Unread postby Jeff Corbett » Fri Aug 08, 2014 1:03 am

Came across the forum while checking out Beersmith. Ive had a 20l BM for three years and love it, using it to fill 15 Cornelius kegs with the world's best beer! I make ales rather than lagers, and I move between pale ales and IPAs and porters and stouts. I look forward to learning a few tips from you all.
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Re: Gday from Newcastle Australia

Unread postby Erick » Fri Aug 08, 2014 2:40 pm

And we look forward to learning your tricks :lol:
Hello and Welcome! :beer:
Alléz HOP!
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Re: Gday from Newcastle Australia

Unread postby Batz » Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:25 am

Welcome Jeff, I brew Ales, Lagers, Pales, Saisons, and just about everything else. I love the variety I can brew on my BM.
Have you tried Alts, Kolcsh, Oktoberfests, Schwarzbiers and others? There are plenty of fantastic lagers.

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Re: Gday from Newcastle Australia

Unread postby Jeff Corbett » Sun Aug 10, 2014 3:34 am

Thank you Erick and Batz. I don't brew lagers because I've always been disappointed in the result after devoting fridge lagering space to the keg for so long. I brewed a saison using Belgian saison yeast a year ago and while I came close to tipping it after a month it did come good after three months. I've been thinking about making a Belgian IPA. Right now in my fermenters, which are heated to between 18 and 21 degrees, I have an imperial IPA, a black IPA, an amarillo single hop pale ale and an American stout. I ferment in 23 litre glass carboys in temperature-controlled fridges and mature in cornelius kegs. I pour from a three-tap kegerator. It took me a while to get the carbonation right but I have it under control now.
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