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Old 09-18-2009, 02:44 AM   #1
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http://www.northernbrewer.com/brewin...ing-agent.html

I picked up some KreamyX for my WILLIAM'S DOUBLE STOUT. Just wondering what your take is on it. worth the extra money? I did a search and didn't really find much on it.
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Old 09-18-2009, 02:48 AM   #2
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I've never heard of it. You might be one of the first on here to stumble upon it. It may be up to ou to tell US about it.

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Thanks Revvy, i'll be sure to take lots of pics and notes then. BTW i've read a lot of your posts on here that have helped me out.

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Old 09-18-2009, 03:29 AM   #4
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Default Get some if you want a foam head!

Its good as gold! Its a poor man's nitro! Makes your beer head kreamy as a milkshake. I think I was the guy who got NB to stock this stuff. I called them more than once asking for it, then I got an email saying we have it in stock.

I like it in beers where you want a good milky or creamy head. Boddingtons Pub Ale and Stouts are two that come to mind.


Heres a picture of a beer where I used Kreamy-X


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This would be a great way to ensure a cask ale meet muster!

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I used it once in my brown ale. It made for a nice creamy head. I plan on using it on my upcoming Irish stout.

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Schlenkerla that is an amazing head on that beer. makes me feel better, i was beginning to wondering if i had been sold snake oil.

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So, THAT'S what it does?!?!? I remember someone talking about it before on here, but never was quite sure what it did. Man, I might have to brew up a stout and try this stuff!

EDIT: Great, thanks a lot, now I'm wasting time searching the net to learn more about KreamyX!!!

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Here is a nice close up!!!

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I'm sure I will never find Kreamy-X where I live so I better think It really does'nt work.

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