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Sunday 15 September 2019
by Wulf
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Oxxxford Tawny

Today’s predicted 22°C not withstanding, the maximum outside temperature this week doesn’t rise beyond about 20°C and so I’ve decided it is time to get brewing again. On Friday, I cooked up a batch of wort to Graham Wheeler’s Batemans … Continue reading

Monday 6 May 2019
by Wulf
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Decanting, decanting, decanting

My homebrew bottling process involves several steps of decanting: Fermenting vessel into jerry can. The brewed beer is siphoned into a 10l plastic jerry can, trying to minimise the amount of trub (sediment) transferred. Jerry can back to fermenting vessel. … Continue reading

Sunday 5 May 2019
by Wulf
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Spring’s Arm Bottled

My Spring’s Arm batch of homebrew got bottled yesterday without particular incident. My calculated ABV (4.46%) is slightly stronger than the target but within the bounds of error introduced by trying to read the hydrometer – what I could really … Continue reading