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Posted in thread: New England Grain Buy January 2015 on 03-19-2015 at 03:45 PM
Thanks, Luther, I appreciate that. I am not sure how I made that mistake, as I always purchase
CM , but thanks for correcting it.
Posted in thread: New England Grain Buy Sept 2014 on 10-23-2014 at 03:14 PM
Are you planning to close the buy after 3 pallets fill? Right now the sheet says there will be
a total of 168 bags, which I believe is four pallets.
Posted in thread: Apple Ale on 08-21-2014 at 01:53 PM
I brew a crabapple ale every year that I think comes out pretty well. I brew a basic wheat beer
base (1.054 OG) and after fermentation is complete, I add about four pounds of crabapples
directly to th...
Posted in thread: New England Group Buy May 2014 on 06-17-2014 at 12:24 PM
I had a similar issue, but I disassembled and thoroughly cleaned the rollers and now my mill
works perfectly again. I think the problem was that the rollers got packed with grain dust,
Posted in thread: New England Group Buy May 2014 on 06-12-2014 at 02:09 PM
BTW, I got one of the containers and they were pretty nice. IMO, definitely worth the $5.
Posted in thread: New England Group Buy May 2014 on 06-12-2014 at 01:56 PM
Theres a guy in Raynham selling 14g plastic food grade barrels on craigslist.... Anyone coming
from Raynham? I could use a couple. He wants $5 each... What a bargain.I believe that Redman
picked up a ...
Posted in thread: Lager Yeast in a Blonde on 03-17-2014 at 01:18 PM
Its an ale yeast, but Kolsch is a beer (along with Alt) that is lagered after primary.I see, so
I assume the finished beer (using a kolsch yeast) has lager-like qualities? Has anyone used a
Posted in thread: Lager Yeast in a Blonde on 03-17-2014 at 01:09 PM
Is kolsch yeast a lager (i.e. bottom-fermenting) or an ale (i.e. top-fermenting) yeast?
Posted in thread: Lager Yeast in a Blonde on 03-16-2014 at 06:00 PM
In BCS, Jamil includes his blonde ale in the "Light Hybrid" category. He states that a blonde
can be brewed using ale or lager yeast, although he says that if lager yeast is used, it should
Posted in thread: Ruthless Rye Clone Substitute on 03-13-2014 at 01:16 PM
You could also just use your Magnum for bittering as well. Matching the AA% (or adjusting the
amount used based on AA%) is more important in a bittering addition than the hop type.