When I made Stealth Brew a few weeks ago, I thought my Missus would like it. She doesn't like big hoppy beers &
The last of this sack of pale malt & some more new hops that are just a little apart from the grapefruit hop bombs I love. This brew was split into two just before the boil. &n
Derby appears to be a city with no street signs - which is very tedious when it comes to finding pubs off main roads. Luckily I now have a new GPS phone & the Good Beer Guide on it.
A quick brew on a week night to make a beer for Mrs DM, who doesn't like citrussy American hops or dry beers. Oats & raisins used to retain a little sweetness.
Its tempting to think back before industrial factories churned out multinational fizzy lager-like beer, that everything was good English bitter. It wasn't - as Chris Routledge writes in
There are many, many websites blogging about beer & I'm reminded of (Jeremy) Clarkson's Law that states "there are a billion web pages on the internet: and they're all wrong" (