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Old 11-08-2011, 10:36 PM   #11
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Well,lagers need to ferment around 50F. And the effective range of cooper's ale yeast,for example,is 62-72F. Many ale yeast fit this example,& the lower end of the range being cleaner & less estery.
So ales can be cleaner tasting at the lower end of the range,regardless of how light or dark it is.
Thank you for that ! Just finished and racked a dark ale and its very good but being a rookie it might be a bit harsh is the word comes to mind but the head is very creamy, and nice very slight bitterness at the end.
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Old 11-08-2011, 10:52 PM   #12
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Sorry to threadjack, but I'm pretty excited myself, got about 50 batches done myself and just picked up this bad boy:

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I kid, I kid.

Congratulations on the new conical!

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Sorry to threadjack, but I'm pretty excited myself, got about 50 batches done myself and just picked up this bad boy:

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Oh sweet! Where can I get one of those bad boys?
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don't be afraid to push the upper end of temps for some fruity esters on certain ale yeasts. I like that addition to many english styles. Nice set up wish i had the space & the $. welcome! just a bit of equipment envy!

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Old 11-09-2011, 12:12 AM   #15
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Forum won't let me quote for some reason.
My wife asked me and I said a Blichmann ferminator would you have said bucket. Lol ! Then she said " what else" now I have three keggles coming
But she hasn't seen the bill yet, if you don't see me come back you will know what happened.

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Well, it was nice knowing you!

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