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Beer development with Bruce Dickinson!

Postby CraftyTim » Thu Dec 28, 2017 20:05

Interesting video, a British/Belgian hybrid, note the use of T-58 yeast. As simple as it gets!


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Re: Beer development with Bruce Dickinson!

Postby LeeH » Sat Dec 30, 2017 00:20

Lead singer in a huge band, commercial airline pilot, sword fighter brewer....what a guy.


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Re: Beer development with Bruce Dickinson!

Postby wezzel » Sat Dec 30, 2017 09:53

LeeH wrote:Lead singer in a huge band, commercial airline pilot, sword fighter brewer....what a guy.


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Yep, my hero


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Re: Beer development with Bruce Dickinson!

Postby Oldstunty » Sat Dec 30, 2017 12:29

wezzel wrote:
LeeH wrote:Lead singer in a huge band, commercial airline pilot, sword fighter brewer....what a guy.


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Yep, my hero


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All very well, but is he happy :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Beer development with Bruce Dickinson!

Postby Jeltz » Sat Dec 30, 2017 15:46

So has anyone asked if he'd like to come along to the homebrew festival?

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Re: Beer development with Bruce Dickinson!

Postby oz11 » Sat Dec 30, 2017 18:16

All round great geezer, saw him at Great British Beer Fest when he was announcing the champion beer. Not as tall as you might imagine,you'd pass him in the road and 99% of the population would have no idea they'd just seen a multimillionaire rock god.

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Re: Beer development with Bruce Dickinson!

Postby CraftyTim » Sat Dec 30, 2017 18:25

Jeltz wrote:So has anyone asked if he'd like to come along to the homebrew festival?


Maybe he could be a guest judge!

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Re: Beer development with Bruce Dickinson!

Postby Oldstunty » Sun Dec 31, 2017 16:05

CraftyTim wrote:
Jeltz wrote:So has anyone asked if he'd like to come along to the homebrew festival?


Maybe he could be a guest judge!


Or even lead the karaoke :whistle:

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Re: Beer development with Bruce Dickinson!

Postby Steviebobs1983 » Tue Mar 06, 2018 23:53

oz11 wrote:All round great geezer, saw him at Great British Beer Fest when he was announcing the champion beer. Not as tall as you might imagine,you'd pass him in the road and 99% of the population would have no idea they'd just seen a multimillionaire rock god.
Funny you should say that... my mate was in a hotel bar in London a few years back after a work conference and got chatting to a couple of blokes over a pint. He sat with them for about half an hour and they mentioned they'd just finished a gig. "Oh really, what's your band called?"..."Iron Maiden". He's into rap, bless him.

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