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Thames valley Special Bitter
Thames valley Special Bitter
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Tressin
post Oct 4 2005, 12:04 PM
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A great beer. I put this out for my daughters 2nd birthday party last year and everyone loved it. Beer brewers and beer drinkers. I had many compliments.
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phalanxausage
post Oct 4 2005, 04:52 PM
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My first brew ever. It was fantastic! The only change I'd make to the recipe would be to reduce the priming sugar to a half cup. Other than that it's an ideal session bitter.
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post Oct 4 2005, 08:08 PM
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This was my second brew, extract, and I'm thinking about making it again as AG.
Good brew

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passlaku
post Dec 6 2005, 09:02 AM
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QUOTE(phalanxausage @ Oct 4 2005, 05:53 PM)
My first brew ever. It was fantastic! The only change I'd make to the recipe would be to reduce the priming sugar to a half cup. Other than that it's an ideal session bitter.
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I brewed this last week, it's still in the primary, but wanted to ask why you'd cut the priming sugar by a quarter cup?

Apologize in advance if it is not appropriate to ask these types of questions in the "reviews" section.

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Taboot
post Jan 18 2007, 04:14 PM
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What I have always heard is that traditional English Bitters are served with light carbonation, so adding less priming sugar at bottling would help you achive that outcome.
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