Sometimes I think and sit and sometimes I sit and think, but mainly I just sit.

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Sometimes I think and sit and sometimes I sit and think, but mainly I just sit.

Post by Rotation » Sat Nov 25, 2023 10:23 pm

Having just returned to the noble art of beer brewing after a long absence, I find myself once again sitting patiently watching my Spire Derbyshire IPA bubble away at 21c in the hopes that my patience will be rewarded with a glass or three of nice beer.

Oh by the way forgive my rambling, just dropped in to say Hi as a newbie to the forum.

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Post by Jim » Sun Nov 26, 2023 9:34 am

Welcome to the forum, Rotation. :)

Hope your latest brew turns out well.
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Post by Salar6 » Thu Dec 28, 2023 4:59 pm

Haven't brewed since 1980's wine and beer (from kits). Thinking of getting back into as a hobby but I don't drink any longer. Hoping to brew for friends and family. Want to learn what others doing first as I haven't a lot of time and space to brew at present time. Hope to do a lot of browsing .

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Post by NeilE1970 » Wed Jan 10, 2024 1:38 pm

Welcome Salar6! Sorry I’m late to the party. I’ve been away from brewing for the last 6 months, ended up not having that much time either.
I would recommend going extracts first if you don’t have much space. The extracts keep well and don’t take up much space.
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Post by cwrw gwent » Mon Jan 15, 2024 10:28 am

Welcome/Croeso to Rotation and Salar6. I've often thought that one of the crucial factors in home-brewing is patience.

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Post by Cobnut » Mon Jan 15, 2024 11:05 am

cwrw gwent wrote:
Mon Jan 15, 2024 10:28 am
I've often thought that one of the crucial factors in home-brewing is patience.
Oh, so that's where I'm going wrong! :lol:
Fermenting: Sunshine Marmalade
Conditioning: Festbier, Helles Bock
Drinking: Smoky, lager beer, Irish Export Stout, Hazelweiss 2023:2, Cascade APA (homegrown hops), Orval clone, Impy stout, Duvel clone, Conestoga (American Barley wine)
Planning: Kozel dark (ish), Simmonds Bitter, and more!

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