Present your BM brau!

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Dicko
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cpa4ny wrote:Hi Dicko - nice-looking brew :beerbang:

I also dig your glassware - is it Australian-made?
I have four of those glasses and they have been in my family as long as I can remember.
My Dad used to drink from them all the time an he passed away in 1978.
I am not sure if they are Australian made but they are a great glass to drink a pale ale style beer from as you get all the aromas from the brew.
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Very impressive that the family managed to keep the glasses intact all these years.

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Dicko wrote:
cpa4ny wrote:Hi Dicko - nice-looking brew :beerbang:

I also dig your glassware - is it Australian-made?
I have four of those glasses and they have been in my family as long as I can remember.
My Dad used to drink from them all the time an he passed away in 1978.
I am not sure if they are Australian made but they are a great glass to drink a pale ale style beer from as you get all the aromas from the brew.
I remember those glasses, I'm sure my dad had a few as well. Strangely similar to the all new IPA glasses don't you think?

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Batz wrote:
Dicko wrote:
cpa4ny wrote:Hi Dicko - nice-looking brew :beerbang:

I also dig your glassware - is it Australian-made?
I have four of those glasses and they have been in my family as long as I can remember.
My Dad used to drink from them all the time an he passed away in 1978.
I am not sure if they are Australian made but they are a great glass to drink a pale ale style beer from as you get all the aromas from the brew.
I remember those glasses, I'm sure my dad had a few as well. Strangely similar to the all new IPA glasses don't you think?

Batz
Yes they are similar, I find them great for beers where the aroma is important for the overall impression.
I have not seen anything like them in shops or in glassware web sites.
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My first brew on the Braumeister since I brought it from Finland to Brazil, I had one brew there but just to test.
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I call it Tropical Bust, it is an American Pale Ale, fairly simple malt base + 15 g of hops(Cascade and Mosaic) per liter(mostly at flameout and dry hopping) which gives an incredible tropical hop aroma and flavor. I fined with gelatin and forced carbonate and this pic is about 3 weeks after I brewed it.

Looking nice :beerbang:
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An ESB just over 4 weeks from brewday and it's tasting lovely already, it's an brew that I posted about a stuck fermentation at 1.020 (stuck because I hadn't pitched enough yeast), I pitched another 1/2 pack of yeast, added a kilo of sugar and got it going again. Beer is amazing, you can make mistakes and still end up with a great tasting product. This is my first ESB and there's a fair amount of pale, munich and crystal malt flavour coming through, it's well balanced against the bitterness and flavour of the traditional English hops and at 5.7% makes it a nice end of week warmer :drink:
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leosardinha wrote:My first brew on the Braumeister since I brought it from Finland to Brazil, I had one brew there but just to test.
bb19dc30e7cf3d15053037d52b41ccaf_640x640.jpg
I call it Tropical Bust, it is an American Pale Ale, fairly simple malt base + 15 g of hops(Cascade and Mosaic) per liter(mostly at flameout and dry hopping) which gives an incredible tropical hop aroma and flavor. I fined with gelatin and forced carbonate and this pic is about 3 weeks after I brewed it.

Looking nice :beerbang:
15 gramms per litre...that is a real hop hit :D
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Traditional bock :drink:
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Here are two recents...
Doppelweizen
Doppelweizen
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I am working away from home this week and those beers certainly look great.
I tend not to drink when away from home and the pics of those beers are making me wanting to go home.

They all look fantastic! :drink:
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Here are a couple (not-so-good) pics of my first-ever BM brau! It's a RyePA that turned out pretty decent. I mashed at pretty low temps to mitigate the stickiness of the rye, but I might have gone a bit too low. It's a very clean and dry rye.
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Elderberry wrote:Here are a couple (not-so-good) pics of my first-ever BM brau! It's a RyePA that turned out pretty decent. I mashed at pretty low temps to mitigate the stickiness of the rye, but I might have gone a bit too low. It's a very clean and dry rye.
Nice color and head! Looks very tasty :)

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My American Pale Ale, single hoped with Cascade. Fits just perfect this warm Swedish spring evening.
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Okire wrote:My American Pale Ale, single hoped with Cascade. Fits just perfect this warm Swedish spring evening.
Wow, you label all your bottles?

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No, I do not label, the bottle is from a local brewery that I have developed the recipe for. So I suppose that technically it is not my brew presented.

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