I'm posting this in response to a specific request. Fuller's 1910 Porter.
Before we begin, this is not the same recipe as the current Fuller's London Porter.
You'll note the many and varied types of sugar in this brew. I'm not 100% sure what all of them are. Maybe you should consult my earlier posts about brewing sugars. It'll save me having to do it. Here's part one and here's part two.
As a special extra treat, here's the fermentation schedule.
The original was brewed using the dropping system of fermentation. Here there's a description of Fuller's dropping system. I'm so good to you.
More recipes when I'm asked nicely/can be arsed.
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