Monthly Archives: March 2007

Beer lovers can get married at brewery

It’s every beer-lover’s dream – getting married in a brewery and now Britain’s oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame, has turned dream into reality. The company is offering wedding ceremonies and receptions at their brewery in Faversham, Kent. Couples can tie the … Continue reading

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Black Patent Malt

Colour/SRM: 500°L Characteristics/Benefits: Provides colour & sharp flavour Beer Style Usage: Used in stouts & porters Potential Gravity: 1.026

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American Crystal Malt 40°L

Colour/SRM: 40°L Characteristics/Benefits: Sweet, mild caramel flavour & a light red colour Beer Style Usage: Use in red and amber ales Potential Gravity: 1.033-35

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American Crystal Malt 10/20/30°L

Colour/SRM: 10/20/30°L Characteristics/Benefits: Sweet, mild caramel flavour & a golden colour Beer Style Usage: Use in light lagers & lights ales Potential Gravity: 1.033-35

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What to make next?

I’m making a beer tomorrow, and for the last 3 or 4 days I’ve been debating about what style to make. The three contenders were a kolsch, and ESB and a heart stout. Pretty different beers, I think you’ll agree. … Continue reading

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Marmite Guinness? Guinness Marmite?

I have no idea what Marmite tastes like, but from what I hear, you either love it or you hate it. Whatever the opinion may be, what Marmite is is a supposedly nutritious British foodstuff that is made from the … Continue reading

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