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Hi all - I've got a question for you.  Me and my brewing partner have been dabbling with brewing IPAs for a while.  We bottle all of our homebrew, and allow it to bottle ferment.  We normally try to make big nose hoppy IPAs, but find that the up-front nose tends to drop out quite quickly.  We recently brewed a big hop dark IPA, and decided not to prime it as much, and have found that the nose has lasted much longer than normal.  Just wondering if anyone has experienced this, and wondered if anyone had any tips for keeping the big hop nose in the bottle for longer.  We're UK homebrewers, so tend not to filter / force carbonate, and would prefer the yeast to do its job but leave the up-front hoppyness in place.  Advice would be greatly appreciated

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Right now I'm planning a trip to Thailand in December and need some help:

(1) First off, we're hitting Bangkok. I'm considering Khaosan Road for 3 nights - is that a bad idea?

(2) I'll then be visiting some islands for the first two weeks in December. I've had conflicting weather advice - should we go Gulf of Thailand or Andaman Sea side to avoid the monsoon?

Thanks in advance!
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