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Scott Lyon
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Under attenuation problems

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Lyon Nov 24, 2013. 23 Replies

Hi Folks,Recently I have been having some problems with under attenuation of my beers, I have moved to a new area and restarted brewing after a gap of 6 months or so. I have a Dunkelweizen in the…Continue

Need to be "Educated" on how beer saved the world? Look no further

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chad Keven Jul 16, 2013. 2 Replies

This documentary film is worth a look, who knew beer actually created science, maths, and industry then saved millions of lives and ended child labour! A truly magical beverage......…Continue

How to make a hop bag in 10 minutes with no sewing.

Started Oct 10, 2011 0 Replies

 This may seem silly but for those of us without sewing gear who still want to dry hop our beer and don't want to spend $25, there is an easy way!First gather together:1x Sharp scissors1x Cigarette…Continue

Anyone got a good Hefe-Weizenbier Dunkel recipe??????

Started this discussion. Last reply by warra48 Aug 24, 2011. 1 Reply

Hi Folks , Just tried Emerson's Hefe-weizenbier Dunkel and really loved it! anyone out there in home brew land brewed a similar beer, or heard of a good recipe? A quick search reveled something like…Continue

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Epic PA, IPA, Greenman Dunkel, Golden Bear, Renasence porter, and anything I can make for $1.80 a liter that tastes better than commercial crap.

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Who would be a Hop farmer.....

Posted on March 1, 2013 at 9:28pm 1 Comment

Just picked my first Hop crop! Seven plants took ages to pick so i thought I has a fair few brews sorted, all up about a fish bin full of cones. However after drying it looks like the whole lot will weigh in at a princely 600 grams, Glad I'm not a hop farmer! 

Progress on brewery

Posted on March 1, 2013 at 9:27pm 0 Comments

The new 3V system I have been building for the last 6 months or so is starting to look OK now I have 2x 100L pots and the KAB4 burner from the states. The burner is rated at 210,000 BTU's so hoping to chop some time off each brew, may lose some arm hair in the process tho! Just got to make a counter flow Chiller , get some valves and thermometers and it ready to go.

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At 7:35pm on August 8, 2011, Jaimes Booth said…

Hi Scott,

Thanks for the welcome.

I fear you have me mistaken for somebody else as I am not familiar with the rugby club rooms nor can I place Alice! (Profane version of "Living next door To Alice" springs to mind)

I am looking forward to meeting and learning from local home brewers. Any plans for a get together?

Cheers 

Jaimes

At 11:57am on August 9, 2011, Scott Lyon said…

Sorry Jaimes! I was expecting someone else to join soon....  no plans yet but will look at doing it soon (next 2 weeks)

cheers

Scottie

At 11:52am on September 7, 2011, Jaimes Booth said…

Hi Scott,

I plan to be at the Inaugural Tasting. I'll bring some of my latest brew. I hope it can withstand the onslaught of discerning critics.

 

Jaimes

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