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Lager 73 Is Born

Lager 73 Is Born

Mashing in malted barley is the fun part. 
The job of digging out the mash tun at the end of a brew is another story altogether.You’ll need a plastic shovel and some determination to get the stuff out. The spent grain is hot and steamy, with an aroma like fresh-baked bread. This task is a rite of passage for all craft brewers, and their apprentices.
Ben Ott
 
Ben Ott
Ben, a half-Rhinelander, half-Scouse brewmaster must be one of the most relentlessly positive people in the British brewing industry.With an impressive Brewing CV, he never thought life would lead him to brewing beer out of shipping containers in the back streets of Dalston. But there you have it, once again, the mysteries and magical allure of the amber ale. He maintains that there have been no pitfalls in operating a brewery from shipping containers, but concedes that space limitations keep the young brewery on their toes, “it keeps us trying to optimise space as much as possible; kegs becoming chairs or tables”.
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