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15-07-2010, 09:50
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Special treat time. Even more detailed instructions of how to brew Harp Lager. You've no excuse for not brewing it now.

It was quite a long process. Ten and a half hours from mash tun to fermenter. Take a look:



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With a fermentation temperature of 43-47 F, I think we can be pretty sure it was a bottom-fermenting yeast.

The bunging and lagering process looks - if I dare use the word - pretty traditional. And, interestingly, seems to have carbonated the beer without the need for force carbonation. I wonder if they still do this today? No, I don't think so either.https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/5445569787371915337-8650708434591070125?l=barclayperkins.blogspot.com


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