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The finished beer
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This page will show how I serve the beer.

 
The beer has now matured for a few months: it's time to enjoy it!
 
 
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I chill the bottle in the fridge for a few hours so it is cool, not cold.  I then pour the beer into a jug slowly to avoid disturbing the yeast sediment.
 
 

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I always leave the last quarter of an inch of the beer and sediment in the bottle.

 

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It is time to enjoy the finished beer now, at a fraction of the cost of a commercial brew.

 

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A fine example of a hand crafted traditional bitter, packed with outstanding malt and hop character.

 

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All the information given on this website is from my own personal experiences and are well tried and tested.  However, if you try something you have seen here and it does not work out, I accept no responsibility for any loss, damage or injury that may occur.