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Started by Garry, January 01, 2014, 07:33:56 PM
Quote from: CH on February 22, 2014, 07:29:44 AM... still waiting for semi-clad "brewers wives" in pictures to spice them up a bit though!
Quote from: CH on February 22, 2014, 07:29:44 AMI try, you called yourself an ass, I just confirmed it. Not polite to bust a guys balls just coz he is 3 or 4 weeks late with a review. Garry knows me better. None of the reviewers work or get paid by the NHC so not fair to be busting their chops on timelines. Rules state if it doesn't get done recipient gets struck off. Maybe Raffle Boss wants to comment but I see it working pretty well at the moment, still waiting for semi-clad "brewers wives" in pictures to spice them up a bit though!
Quote from: benji on February 21, 2014, 11:48:00 PMI was thinking of doing a bit of experimenting and by hacking this to a chocolate milk stout, was thinking of steeping 150g of chocolate grain then fermenting with 500g of dark spray malt,500g of lactose and 300g of Tesco "Milk Chocolate Dessert Sauce" . then whilst bottling adding some a wee bit of "littlePod pure chocolate extract"
Quote from: Joe Rocket on February 21, 2014, 11:39:49 PMWow, just checked back there! Cheers for the update Garry...now....is it full bodied from 7 weeks in primary, or just cuz? I remember a lot of ones saying the coopers original was fit to be drunk from the fv too...within 2 weeks! To hell with the plumbing! If it's a bit less bitter than the Coopers I reckon I'll give it a go...I'd like to coffee it up, thicken it up, and creamify it too though! Any thoughts? Still trying to move it toward that Caledonian Double Dark...
Quote from: Garry on February 22, 2014, 05:51:50 PMI've never heard of the Tesco choc dessert sauce but give it a go? Check the ingredients for any strange looking preservatives though.
Quote from: delzep on February 23, 2014, 11:43:20 PMCan you get your hands on the commercial St. Peters Cream Stout to compare it? That stuff is so tasty (feckin pricey too though)
Quote from: Dunkel on February 24, 2014, 11:35:23 AMUnfortunately it's not available in Ireland anymore - the importer dropped it for some reason (maybe the price).