Last Activity:08-06-2008 9:31 PM
Posted in thread: Hop extract on 08-07-2008 at 03:01 AM
Nice, thanks all for the info. I ususally use whole hops from freshops so this stuff was a bit
from the norm for me. after a bit of detective work i found out it was isohop from morebeer. It
Posted in thread: oxy clean & residues on 08-05-2008 at 04:55 AM
So does anyone know if oxyclean is really one-step? does it leave residues. I'm a iodophore guy
myself. Any reason for changing. 50+ batches no spoils!!!
Posted in thread: Hop extract on 08-05-2008 at 04:47 AM
Has anyone out there used any hop extracts recently. I bought an ounce from the hbrew store in
town for 20$!!! The guy in there didn't know what strain they were or the alpha acid but you
can taste tw...
Posted in thread: The Best Desert Scottish Ale on 04-22-2007 at 06:01 AM
Well I know it's not the season for this type of brew, especially when you live in phoenix
(100+ degrees for 100 days!!!!). But I like my scottish ales any time. The key is to lighten
them up with som...
Posted in thread: Dunkelweisen critique please on 01-04-2007 at 12:25 AM
Sounds a little like my weizenheimer.for 11 gal. 8 #German Pilsner9# German Wheat.5 # Chocolate
(debittered)1 # Dark Munich 1 0z. Liberty at 60 I used the Wyeast American Wheat but I wish I
Posted in thread: What is the easy way of using rice? on 12-26-2006 at 04:47 PM
Actually, I have had the true Koelsch in a few Brew Halls in Koln. That is where I thought the
recipe came to be. Great, Great city and those tall thin glasses of golden beer went down very
Posted in thread: What is the easy way of using rice? on 12-22-2006 at 03:33 AM
So I want to make a real crisp Kolsch using some rice to lighten the flavor. I am a cooler
all-grainer so a single step mash is critical. How can I use rice efficiently with a 152 deg.
Mash? What is t...
Posted in thread: How much to dry hop on 12-15-2006 at 04:18 AM
I just finished off a keg of our house pale ale and we always dry hop it with 1 oz. of cascade
or amarillo for 1 week in the secondary. Much longer than 10 days and you will definately get
the grassy ...
Posted in thread: Looking for Pacifico Pils on 12-15-2006 at 04:12 AM
Has anyone out there tried an all grain Pacifico. My dad likes water- flavored beer. From my
understanding, it's a pilsner. What type of yeast would I be using? I also single-step mash so
Posted in thread: Boiling 12 gallons... on 12-15-2006 at 03:54 AM
I Also boil in a Converted keg which i get a ton of milage out of. First it heats my mash water
quite rapidly. During my mash I get 10 gal. of sparge water ready and put in buckets or cooler
5 min. be...