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Nightshade 01-18-2013 05:19 PM

A new danger with brewing...for me
 
Brewing a batch of Porter today and was hungry so I cracked into some bagels I have here at work just in case.

Then I got the bright idea to divert a little wort during transfer and maybe dip my bagel in it.

It is dangerously good:ban:

unionrdr 01-18-2013 06:04 PM

Sounds like me with the Cooper's English bitter I made into a mop sauce. Dip my bbq in it. Good with the corn bread served on the side too.

Nightshade 01-18-2013 07:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by unionrdr (Post 4799809)
Sounds like me with the Cooper's English bitter I made into a mop sauce. Dip my bbq in it. Good with the corn bread served on the side too.

Ooohhh never thought about using straight wort as a mop....off to go break out the smoker

bchurch 01-18-2013 07:34 PM

Good thing the workday is almost over, I'm craving beer and bbq now!

unionrdr 01-18-2013 07:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Nightshade (Post 4800192)
Ooohhh never thought about using straight wort as a mop....off to go break out the smoker

Straight wort is sweeter for making a mop sauce. But I prefer to use the finished product with worchestershire sauce,onion & garlic powder,red & black pepper mixed up the day before & allowed to mingle in the fridge till the next day. Gunna have to brew another batch for this purpose soon. Enjoy.

Nightshade 01-18-2013 07:56 PM

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Originally Posted by unionrdr (Post 4800245)
Straight wort is sweeter for making a mop sauce. But I prefer to use the finished product with worchestershire sauce,onion & garlic powder,red & black pepper mixed up the day before & allowed to mingle in the fridge till the next day. Gunna have to brew another batch for this purpose soon. Enjoy.

I was thinking something similiar then soaking the meat in it as a brine for 24-48hrs then apply a rub for another 24hrs and use the remains of the brine as a mop.

Glad I am about to start my transfer because I am suddenly hungry.

unionrdr 01-18-2013 08:57 PM

Good plan. Make a savory rub out of a little salt,& the other dry ingredients of the mop sauce. Just add a lil demerara sugar to the rub. I like it's light brown sugar laced with honey flavor.

VladOfTrub 01-18-2013 10:47 PM

So, you brew beer at work? Not a bad working environment.

Nightshade 01-18-2013 10:55 PM

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Originally Posted by VladOfTrub (Post 4800992)
So, you brew beer at work? Not a bad working environment.

It has its plusses and minuses just like any other job, mostly plusses though.


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