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Posted in thread: Proflowdynamics Rox! on 04-29-2013 at 05:19 AM
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still throws me for a loop when I don't get tracking info. I also hate when I don't get free 3
Posted in thread: Proflowdynamics Rox! on 01-28-2013 at 11:36 PM
I just wanted to say .. #1 Thanks homebrewtalk community, for saving me a ton o cash & showing
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Posted in thread: New Belgium Skinny dip on 06-11-2012 at 03:43 PM
Hey...was checking out your skinny dip recipe but never saw any feedback. How did it turn out.
Any tweaks. Want to give it a whirl...This beer is the first to be gone at parties at my house
and my fri...
Posted in thread: Help with hop schedule in American Amber on 02-17-2012 at 08:36 PM
I could be wrong... What I have read (can't remember where now of course!) 30min additions
don't add much in smell, flavor or bitterness.I would skip the 30min add and put those hops in
at 60 if you w...
Posted in thread: Anyone remember New Belgium Loft? on 09-20-2011 at 01:52 AM
From what I have read Loft, is Skinny Dip.. supposedly they changed the name in 08'. I am
surprised to see that they used c-40 instead of c-20.1oz Kaffir seems like WAY to much.They do
seem to be givi...
Posted in thread: NOOB all-grainer has some tech questions for the vet AG-ers. about fly sparging... on 09-20-2011 at 12:24 AM
Sounds like the 2-step mash is the way to go. I'll use 200° water to bring the grains up to
168° next time for the second step and stir it in to make sure I don't overshoot my temp.I'll
also add more ...
Posted in thread: New Belgium Skinny dip on 09-19-2011 at 11:39 PM
I'll take a stab at it...Skinny Dip Blonde Ale Batch Size (fermenter): 5.25 galBoil Size: 6.56
galBoil Time: 60 minEnd of Boil Volume 5.56 galFinal Bottling Volume: 4.75 galIngredients 4.0
oz Victory ...
Posted in thread: NOOB all-grainer has some tech questions for the vet AG-ers. about fly sparging... on 09-19-2011 at 06:49 PM
BigEd says 180-185° and Northcal mentioned 175°. As long as I am rinsing the grains well, not
releasing tannins and hitting 168° into kettle, I'd be happy. But rather then experimenting
with several b...
Posted in thread: NOOB all-grainer has some tech questions for the vet AG-ers. about fly sparging... on 09-19-2011 at 06:41 PM
He's talking about a two-step mash (sacc rest and mash out) followed by a fly sparge.What mash
ratio did you use to start with?How much water did you add, and at what temp, for the mashout
Posted in thread: NOOB all-grainer has some tech questions for the vet AG-ers. about fly sparging... on 09-18-2011 at 05:07 AM
2nd all-grain I've made and I have some questions...I tried a two-step fly sparge today.... I
didn't like it (the one-step was nicer on my first all-grain, but my original gravity was WAY
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