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Old 08-09-2011, 06:35 PM   #1
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I read tons of recipe in this site and all over the internet.

I didn't prapare my wort with any recipe. I just do it.

I buy 5kg quality malted barley what it kilned light. I used ALE yeast.
I want to show you a little sample of it. (It's clear than this)


This is sample and my 5.5 gallon batch is still cold crashing.
So, what da fock is style of my beer?

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Old 08-09-2011, 06:43 PM   #2
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Looks like you need some different grains added to it to give color,flavor,body,that sort of thing. It looks like mead right now.
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Old 08-09-2011, 06:46 PM   #3
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What hops did you use? If only one variety, you could call it your [hop variety] SMASH, as in Single Malt And Single Hop.

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Old 08-09-2011, 06:47 PM   #4
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mead? So I couldn't even make a beer ha?

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Yes, I used just one kind hop.

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I was referring to the color of it,no offense intended.
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Crystal Light?

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could you walk us through the rest of your process?
so far I have

5kg pale malt
ale yeast

how long did you boil it?
what kind of hops did you use?
what temperature did you ferment at?
you could call it

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Yes for language you make the fock and for try in Turkish next visit porpoise?
Haha! That reminds me: there's a columnist here in Milwaukee who uses "fock" as his favorite non-swear word. Milwaukee's Lakefront Brewery named a beer for him called, of course, Focktoberfest.
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No, the official fill-in word is Frak. Don't you guys watch BSG??

The beer looks like a cream ale with a lot of sediment... Or is that an American Pie Pilsner?

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Yes, I used just one kind hop.
Telling it what it is would help us to entitle your beer. As would the type of yeast.
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