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Posted in thread: Considering for fermentation on 07-19-2014 at 06:16 AM
I happen to have a bucket like this. It used to contain a large plastic bag full of smaller
bags with Chlorine inside. It doesn´t have that triangular symbol showing the number of the
type of plastic....
Posted in thread: 2013's How many gal of homebrew in 2013 on 11-05-2013 at 07:14 AM
This thread is just for this year.. How much in 2013? We should back this number out until he
confirms.The number is right. 77 batches of 6 gallons each. I am still a tiny brewer, however,
I have the ...
Posted in thread: 2013's How many gal of homebrew in 2013 on 11-04-2013 at 03:17 AM
502 in 77 batches.48445.5 + 502 = 48947.5
Posted in thread: Very hoppy IPA, recipe seach on 10-27-2013 at 04:30 PM
Oh man !. I´ve been doing many things wrong just for lack of a little previous research. Those
1.5 Oz at minute 5 have been a waste flavor wise.I´ve also been wasting my flameout hops since
I start ch...
Posted in thread: Very hoppy IPA, recipe seach on 10-26-2013 at 10:36 PM
And I´ll try that, too. Heavy at ´20.
Posted in thread: Very hoppy IPA, recipe seach on 10-26-2013 at 10:34 PM
Have you tried a single flavor addition at 20 minutes? I'd make it big with 2oz. or so. Hop
flavor seems to shine the best at about the 20 minute mark. Another ounce or 2 at flameout for
Posted in thread: Very hoppy IPA, recipe seach on 10-26-2013 at 08:38 PM
I made probably 4 batches trying different hops and schedules. Another approach was
concentrating more hops at the end of the boil, like this:´60: 1 oz Columbus´30: .5 oz
Centennial '10: .5 oz Centenn...
Posted in thread: Very hoppy IPA, recipe seach on 10-26-2013 at 08:27 PM
Finally I managed to fix my equipment to be able to filter all the trub from the kettle into
the fermenter with the least hassle possible. So now I can brew beers (6 Gall) with more than
just 2 oz of ...
Posted in thread: Saving a too sweet beer on 07-04-2013 at 04:18 PM
Dry hopping will help some but it won't add very much in the bittering department. The hop nose
will distract from the sweetness of the beer.What you describe is called making a hop tea and
yes it wou...
Posted in thread: Saving a too sweet beer on 07-04-2013 at 01:02 PM
I´ve done pretty much the same kind of Pale Ale since day one, except that for the last 4
batches I used S-33 yeast instead of Windsor or US-05 which I usually use. I was attempting to
have a fruity, ...