…Any old time you use it.
Don’t mind me. I’m just reliving a childhood moment with a little Young Einstein.
All I can say is Australian films at their best (or should that be worst). 😀 My brother-in-law, an Englishman of 6’4″ simply adores this film. I think he played me the main track from it, ear drum bursting loud, around 5 times straight last time I visited the UK before I convinced him that as much as I love it, enough was enough. 😉
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Ok, so I hear you asking. Why is the Rabid Little Hippy reliving a moment of debatable quality (ok, so I adore the film 😉 ) in Australian cinema from 1988? Well, what is Einstein famous for? Yes, the theory of relativity. The iconic E=mc2. And also (apparently) for being the first Tasmanian to put bubbles into beer!
Well, my own beer making experiments have fortunately not involved splitting an atom with an axe, nor blowing up the beer shed (do I even have a beer shed?) but I have successfully put bubbles in my beer. Yes, my nettle beer.
Having no idea what I’m doing and making half of it up as I go along, I decided I needed to decant it from my improvised beer brewing Fowlers Vacola #65 bottle and into some Fowlers Vacola pint bottles. I filtered it through into the sterilised pint bottles and now have 3 pints of fizzy nettle beer which I am thinking I should leave for around a fortnight before the taste test. Lets see what happens hey. 🙂 In the meantime I am just as happy as anything to have achieved something akin to beer success. 😀