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  1. jeeps_beagles_and_beer

    Got my Mr Beer Kit today

    Got my MB kit today. Super excited to get started! I think Sunday will be the day I start brewing. Found a Coleman cooler I had that's the perfect size, and I can store it at the bottom of my pantry PROPPED UP! Fits like a glove :-)
  2. Kevin Caffrey

    Bewitched Amber Ale

    From the album: Brews

    IMO, not too different than the Oktoberfest recipe in taste -- maybe a little sweeter and more robust. Pours a medium/dark brown, a slight foamy off-white head, leaves a little lacing on the glass. Good mix of malt & hops in the aroma; taste is more malty than hoppy. Using a can of this instead of Oktoberfest in the Howling Red Ale recipe might be something worth considering...I'd give the edge to the HRA recipe over this and the Oktoberfest refill. 4/5.
  3. PedroBeer

    Virgin Batch

    Ok, I have my 1st batch fermenting and is now 1 day away from a 3 week ferment. When I poured a sample last week it tasted like flat beer (as Mr Beer said it should) although it was cloudy. I left it until this week. It still tastes ok but its still cloudy and it doesn't appear to be sediment as its not settling down. Anyone any ideas? I'm brewing Bewitched Amber Ale. Thanks!
  4. Hopscotts

    Bewitched Amber Ale

    From the album: Beer labels

    I brewed Bewitched Amber Ale (deluxe recipe), deep amber color but clear with a nice malt complexity, a rich foamy head that lasts all beer long.
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