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z987k 02-13-2009 09:51 AM

good website on sours
 
I've had this bookmarked for awhile and referenced it a lot in the beginning of my knowledge for brewing sours. Thought I should share it with the community.

Brewing Flemish Red Ale, by Raj B. Apte

brewmonger 02-13-2009 03:42 PM

Wow, that was very interesting and informative. Thank you!

Bokonon 02-13-2009 03:52 PM

Another good page that focuses on lambic is A Liddil Lambic Lesson: The Cult of the Biohazard Lambic Brewers

ReverbbqBrew 02-13-2009 09:04 PM

Thanks for the site!
I was looking to make a Flanders Red. I heard Jamil's brewcast and recipe on the subject, and this site put me over the edge.

I've also thoroughly enjoyed Jim Liddil's site tremendously, though it makes Lambic brewing look pretty intimidating.

It seems like many of the recipes here, like Jamil's, call for the Wyeast Roselare blend. I think I'm going to go that route.

Thanks again.

Bokonon 02-13-2009 09:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ReverbbqBrew (Post 1132298)

It seems like many of the recipes here, like Jamil's, call for the Wyeast Roselare blend. I think I'm going to go that route.

I think the Roselare blend will be back out in a few months (don't remember which month they said). I did hear from Brian @Wyeast that the lambic blend and roselare blend have the same yeast/bugs except they have different proportions.

z987k 02-20-2009 12:33 AM

good one on lambics:

Making Lambic

killian 02-28-2009 08:22 AM

Roselare releases in may or june

Schlenkerla 03-16-2009 07:46 PM

Has anybody tried using babble? The Burgundian Babble Belt -- Pushing the Homebrew Envelope

carnevoodoo 03-19-2009 05:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Schlenkerla (Post 1200781)

Babblebelt is pretty much the best homebrew resource on the web for sours. There's a ton of knowledge there, and you should be able to get good answers there.

I like the Wild Ales book a lot. This thread makes me want to brew another flanders. Maybe I'll do an aged pale next. hmm.


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