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Ron Pattinson
Amiable obsessive, with an unhealthy interest in decoction mashing, beer bottle stoppers, Scottish beer and all things Barclay Perkins.
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Ron Pattinson 18h
That's 57 quarters. 1 quarter = 336 lbs.
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Ron Pattinson 20h
It's a type of caramel. CDM = Caramelized Dextro-Maltose.
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Ron Pattinson 20h
1959 grist of Watney Dairy Maid Stout - fascinating they had their own mild malt.
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Ron Pattinson Apr 24
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Ron Pattinson Apr 23
If you live in there's a chance to hear me talk Saturday 10th May.
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Ron Pattinson Apr 23
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Ron Pattinson Apr 23
It was the difference in gypsum taht struck me - none in the Brown Ale at all.
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Ron Pattinson Apr 23
Flowers 1955 water treatement for Brown Ale & Light Ale
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Ron Pattinson Apr 23
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Stephen Harlow Apr 22
Hey , considering the Scottish Export 80/- comp? posted an authentic recipe
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Ron Pattinson Apr 22
I've a new collaboration beer with of
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Ron Pattinson Apr 22
There's a rather longer history of Mild here:
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Ron Pattinson Apr 22
Yes, my book Scotland!
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Ron Pattinson Apr 22
Let's Brew Wednesday - 1957 Robert Younger Export
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Ron Pattinson Apr 22
Very similar range to Fullers in 1893:
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Ron Pattinson Apr 22
Watney Dairy Maid Stout in 1959: 667 barrels of beer, 108 barrels of junk.
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Ron Pattinson Apr 22
And an AKK. Both explicitly called Bitter Ale.
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Wade Apr 22
old Tooting brewery 'Attlee' ad from 1885 - another AK for .
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Ron Pattinson Apr 21
Did I mention that I'll be in 7th-10th May?
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