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Tilt replied to Peter Smith's discussion CS11 - Pete's Pale Ale in the group NZ Case Swap
"Perfectly carved for me, this one pours with a persistent head that laces the glass all the way.   Aromas of lemon/lime and sticky tropical fruit juice with caramel sauce. There's a hint of volatile alcohol but only a whiff. Flavourwise…"
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Peter Smith replied to jt's discussion What are you drinking ?
"Bath Ales - Barnsey     A dark bitter Dark Mahogany SMELL Smokey, butterscotch, oaky TASTE Dry, astringent, roasted Barnsey is a truly rewarding and enjoyable beer, carefully brewed using a mix of Maris Otter, Chocolate and…"
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Gareth D. replied to Barbara Joppa's discussion 19July 2014: Robust Porter in the group Western Brewers Conference
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Kevin Sharp replied to Peter Smith's discussion Saw this on Facebook - Win chance to help a brewday at Emerson's
"If there's anyone out there who is excited by the prospect of providing free labour to Lion Nathan then I have just the opportunity for you. A colleague of mine, a Nigerian prince as it happens, has a business proposal that will suit you down…"
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27Sep 2014 Clone War: Leffe Blonde

Sorry for the late post. Our next Clone War will take place at Hallertau on Saturday 27th September. Hope to see you all there.Our next Clone War beer is: Leffe BlondeDESCRIPTION"Leffe Blond is a pale abbey beer, with a full, sunny, golden colour. It has a smooth and full bodied taste and a rich creamy head. Like all the Leffe beers,…See More
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Barbara Joppa replied to Barbara Joppa's discussion 19July 2014: Robust Porter in the group Western Brewers Conference
"Thanks to the large group of fans who attended WBC this past Saturday. As always, thanks to Hallertau for hosting and looking after us. Congratulations to Kelly for winning this time with a Silver medal score - a most excellent example of the style.…"
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Damon Colbert replied to Richard Jack's discussion PSA: Grey Lynn Pressure Check has moved
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Cain Harland replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"It was Centennial/Columbus/Simcoe combo but no Centennial when I placed my order. Its a shame because everyone seems to love Centennial in a darker beer but Amarillo should be pretty good. Its defiantly not a clone just me following some good…"
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What are you drinking ?

Started by jt in General. Last reply by Peter Smith 8 hours ago. 5573 Replies

Ok, so What Are You Brewing was a hotty, as topics go.Now I'm 15 pints into a keg I only filled on Tuesday and wondering if anyone else has a favourite at the moment ?It's my second brown with…Continue

Saw this on Facebook - Win chance to help a brewday at Emerson's

Started by Peter Smith in General. Last reply by Kevin Sharp 9 hours ago. 2 Replies

Emerson's BreweryAs you may have seen, we’ve entered into a challenge with …Continue

PSA: Grey Lynn Pressure Check has moved

Started by Richard Jack in HomeBrewers. Last reply by Damon Colbert 12 hours ago. 3 Replies

I'm sure I won't be the only person to turn up and find that the new tenants can't help with CO2 fills, so a heads up - Pressure Check Cylinder Testing have changed hands, and are now part of…Continue

What are you brewing?

Started by nzbrewer in HomeBrewers. Last reply by Cain Harland 14 hours ago. 7959 Replies

Since this is the most popular thread on the RealBeer.co.nz forum I thought I would start it here just to see what happens

Tags: homebrew, ale, brewing, beer

Recipe Advice Thread

Started by denimglen in HomeBrewers. Last reply by Cain Harland 15 hours ago. 3931 Replies

Thought it might be handy to have a thread for some of the more advanced brewers to give some advice on recipes.Let's see how it goes eh...Continue

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Kauri Road Brewery 2.8

Posted by Barry on June 9, 2014 at 8:27am 1 Comment

Etch O Sketch.

Did a little etching last night in my HLT, worked out pretty good.

Despite the blurry shit photo it's actually crisp and neat. Each line is an exact 1mm tall rectangle. 

The only thing is it's a pretty light etch, whether that's because of the nature of…

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Kauri Road Brewery 2.7

Posted by Barry on June 2, 2014 at 2:13pm 26 Comments

Finally got my wiring done, sporadic nights over a couple of weeks but I got there in the end.

I would recommend to anyone doing this to set enough time aside to do it in one bang :)

There's enough to this system that just when you have your head around it you discover some other little piece of complexity that makes you think really hard about what you're doing.

My timer is different from Kal's one on theelectricbrewery.com so that took a fair amount of…

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Kegerator makes its appearance

Posted by Guy Gibson on May 31, 2014 at 8:58pm 4 Comments

The last few bits arrived during the week, so a few hours this afternoon and we have beer on tap.  Perlick 636SS taps.  Covered the fridge door in a vinyl blackboard sticker I got off ebay.  Room for 4 corny kegs in the fridge, and the freezer is still being used.  I might yet replace the fridge thermostat with a STC1000 yet as I did with my fermentation fridge.  At the moment the CO2 cylinder is inside the fridge, just waiting on some John Guest fittings to turn up so I can move it outside.…

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Kauri Road Brewery 2.6.1

Posted by Barry on May 8, 2014 at 11:37pm 0 Comments

Extra photos.…

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Kauri Road Brewery 2.6

Posted by Barry on May 8, 2014 at 11:35pm 1 Comment

More bits arrived today. Enough to go forth and build my panel.

I spent the last few days getting the paint done, making sure all holes were drilled and clean, bits of filing and touching up paint, etc. 

Last bit of drilling was to tap holes in the heatsink for my SSRs, and through the cabinet door for two surplus kitchen handles I had left over.

Tapping the holes was clean and easy, I recommend this approach over nuts.…

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