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Old 04-04-2013, 05:37 PM   #151
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So you think $2.95 a pound is ok for Pilsner or 2 Row? Sorry, no support here for price gouging.
No, but if you're gonna pay the same amount for the same stuff overall, I'd say go with the LHBS, you can monitor the crush (assuming you don't have a mill), plus if you're ever in pinch, and need somethin fast, the LBHS will be there, versus just needing some yeast and a pound of something and having to pay full shipping from midwest or NB. That store won't be there if no one supports it. I don't condone price gouging and I would certainly voice that to the owner.
If I was gonna buy a 50# bag, hell no I wouldn't go to that LHBS and I'd pay the shipping from midwest/NB
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Old 04-05-2013, 03:46 AM   #152
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No, but if you're gonna pay the same amount for the same stuff overall, I'd say go with the LHBS, you can monitor the crush (assuming you don't have a mill), plus if you're ever in pinch, and need somethin fast, the LBHS will be there, versus just needing some yeast and a pound of something and having to pay full shipping from midwest or NB. That store won't be there if no one supports it. I don't condone price gouging and I would certainly voice that to the owner.
If I was gonna buy a 50# bag, hell no I wouldn't go to that LHBS and I'd pay the shipping from midwest/NB
Wasn't trying to be a dick about LHBS, just find a new one.
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Old 04-05-2013, 03:59 AM   #153
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Wasn't trying to be a dick about LHBS, just find a new one.
Fair enough! Now let's stop this thread hijacking, ad get back to this yellow fizzy beer!!!
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Fair enough! Now let's stop this thread hijacking, ad get back to this yellow fizzy beer!!!
Like! This is a simple great beer, drinking right now. I wonder what an all Vienna beer tastes like?
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Old 04-07-2013, 05:02 AM   #155
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This was the second beer I brewed today. I had probably been drinking more than I should have when I got to the late part of the boil. I ended up forgetting the flame out hops. I think I'll add the tettnanger and 1/2 oz of cascade after fermentation is done to make up for it. We'll see how it goes.

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Like! This is a simple great beer, drinking right now. I wonder what an all Vienna beer tastes like?
I've never made a Vienna ale, but I've made Vienna lager quite a few times. It's great!
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Old 04-17-2013, 02:16 PM   #157
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need to subsribe to this to appease my family of BMC drinkers

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Thoughts on using amylase enzyme in secondary like the ML clone recipe has? A lot of the replies here didn't get an FG below 1.008, do people think there is value in "drying" it up or should I just let it ride as is? I like the idea of the ML clone being so close to BMC for my "clear beer" friends but I can't bring myself to use corn in a recipe. I'm looking to be as close to BMC as you can go without filler (rice, corn) and calling it "Weed" since it seems like a gateway beer!

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Thoughts on using amylase enzyme in secondary like the ML clone recipe has? A lot of the replies here didn't get an FG below 1.008, do people think there is value in "drying" it up or should I just let it ride as is? I like the idea of the ML clone being so close to BMC for my "clear beer" friends but I can't bring myself to use corn in a recipe. I'm looking to be as close to BMC as you can go without filler (rice, corn) and calling it "Weed" since it seems like a gateway beer!
Instead of using amylase in this recipe, I'd prefer using a recipe that used corn or rice in the beginning. The whole idea is to have a beer with 100% malt and the flavor behind it. To use amylase would totally make a different beer. I think it'd be better to start with the goal of a thinner beer in the beginning, instead of ruining a perfectly good beer.
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Has anyone tried using Citra as a very late edition or dry hop?

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