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24-04-2012, 18:58   #31
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One of my beers (St. Peters Ruby Red Kit) from a while ago:


And the bottle storage space (quite small compared to others)
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24-04-2012, 22:17   #32
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That tap must of set you back a pretty penny slayerking...i like the drip tray...where did you manage to get it?
It actually wasnt too bad price wise.

Beer tower and drip tray were bought from a german site called Ich-zapfe.de.
The tower also has a beer line chiller circuit if you wanted to chill the lines (I dont have a beer line chiller!)

They have an amazon shop on amazon.de that I actually used to buy the stuff, but this was only because I had a few amazon.de vouchers so it cost me very little all told.

Great shop in general for stuff actually
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Great shop in general for stuff actually
If only it was in English.
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If only it was in English.
Google chrome will translate it for you on the fly.
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25-04-2012, 13:57   #35
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Wow great prices.. My taps were 360 for the three delivered... Bookmarked
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25-04-2012, 14:20   #36
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Fyi for the ich-zapfe tower, taps weren't included in that price. I got them separately somewhere else.
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Where did you get the taps, and very nice style
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Where did you get the taps, and very nice style
On a group buy on beoir. Came to ~€30 each.
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26-04-2012, 20:56   #39
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Stout

My first stout, really tasty

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Cooper's mexican cerveza.

My first brew, got it with the equipment kit. Bottled 5 weeks ago - mellowing out now. Was very appley initially. ~3.9%.

Really easy to waste a few. Not that i'd be making it again.
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Revised - post pour pic. More manageable size. Going down well.
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27-04-2012, 10:31   #42
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In order: My black IPA, the most part for my microbrewery, and my brews in some local bottles - first person to identify what country I'm in gets a free bottle* (the second from left is an interesting one!).







*Must pick up
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Oz? But you can hold on to it, cos I aint picking it up

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No Tui?
You're in New Zealand.
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That's right. No Tui isn't on my list of favourites, someone told me it's around 5 IBU, and there are plenty more like it. The second from left is a collaboration between they Norwegian guy behind Nogne and 2 local breweries, a 9.5% brown ale/porter. Theres a youtube clip about it somewhere if you feel like searching on 'O for Awesome, Nogne, Renaissance'
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