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  • I homebrew to push the limits of tasty beer. My buddy & fellow HBT member FermentNation and I concoct our own recipes to avoid being too inline with any other brewer. I do not brew to meet guidelines as I think these lines were meant to be blurred. Very precise and attentative I do it for the love of it, no more & no less.
  • Dirty Secret Stout (10 Gal), Crote de Pcan Bire (5 Gal), Clean Slate IPA (5 Gal), Pineapple Pale (5 Gal), Belgian Golden Ale (5 Gal)
  • xBrew Mole Porter (5 Gal), Citra 1 Hop Imperial IPA (8 Gal), Erasure Ale (5 Gal)
  • Prepping to bottle Stout, Pineapple Pale, Imperial IPA, and Pecan Pie Ale for competition.
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  • Posted in thread: Lager Yeast at Room Temp on 01-26-2010 at 04:43 PM
    We have done this before and it is normally done to California common beers. It works great
    although fermentation will take much longer to get started like 1-3 days. Give it a shot...if
    going with a l...

  • Posted in thread: Fruiting Secondary on 01-14-2010 at 12:08 AM
    just a thought...I make a pineapple pale & raspberry cream ale and have tried every stage
    possible. Primary usually give me too much of a veggie/gritty flavor from pulp...etc...First
    let the beer mell...

  • Posted in thread: That One Special Recipe on 12-01-2009 at 07:32 PM
    Is it Skittlebrau? It's Skittlebrau isn't it? is that?.EDIT--- duh...infused vodka via the
    bottle in the back ;)

  • Posted in thread: Mirror Mirror Barleywine on 11-30-2009 at 09:07 PM
    dry hopping for thirty days is probably going to be excessive, and could draw out grassy
    flavors that will not make for a good clone of this beer.yeah well some people like it and some
    don't. we will ...

  • Posted in thread: Need a recipe formulation superhero. Will provide free beer. on 11-30-2009 at 07:28 PM
    one of my favorites!

  • Posted in thread: Mirror Mirror Barleywine on 11-30-2009 at 06:08 PM
    Although I am sure you know, make sure not to carbonate in wine bottles. Champagne would work
    fine though.Good point ;) I am thinking like the brew dog/dogfish rarity type bottles. I wanna
    be able to ...

  • Posted in thread: Finally posted Pecan Pie Ale Recipe on 11-30-2009 at 05:43 PM
    i can try and take a look in beer alchemy in the next week or so and make the conversion for
    you. All you really need to do is switch the 2 row out for extract...I would also make sure and
    steep your ...

  • Posted in thread: Finally posted Pecan Pie Ale Recipe on 11-30-2009 at 05:39 PM
    did not want to have 2 posts with the same info so here is the link to batch 2 results. :ban:

  • Posted in thread: Croûte de Pécan Bière (A Pecan Pie Ale) on 11-30-2009 at 05:36 PM
    :mug:DO NOT DRINK THIS BEER ICE COLD. Gets better as it sits after secondary (i give it 2 weeks
    maturation time). You may want to add a little carapils for better head retention. Also,
    bringing the br...

  • Posted in thread: That One Special Recipe on 11-30-2009 at 05:16 PM
    Well... then that's all the more reason to believe that it has certainly been done before.Don't
    get me wrong. I wish you the best of luck going pro. That would be awesome. I think the general

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