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Posted in thread: Lawson's Finest Sip of Sunshine Clone on 04-16-2015 at 02:08 PM
I used 6oz of Priming Sugar. I was very happy with the results.6oz for 5gal?
Posted in thread: Lawson's Finest Sip of Sunshine Clone on 04-16-2015 at 02:45 AM
Anyone bottle this? How much priming sugar did u use?
Posted in thread: Flapjack Breakfast Stout (Chocolate-Coffee-Oatmeal-Maple Imperial Stout) on 01-28-2015 at 03:44 AM
This is the end result of me trying to make something in the same vein as Founder's Breakfast
stout. It was surprisingly good and smooth at a young age. No detectable alcohol bite under all
the maple ...
Posted in thread: Making a double brown ale. Help? on 12-29-2014 at 06:19 PM
A pound of brown malt goes a long way. I'd keep it low, maybe half a pound if it's the first
time you try using it, or you might end up with a porter with identity issues.I have made 3-4
Posted in thread: Making a double brown ale. Help? on 12-29-2014 at 05:59 PM
Id go with the first. The second is going to be closer to an american amber's grain bill. If
you want to add chocolate and peanut butter (shudder) Id think you would want a grain bill that
Posted in thread: Oak Cubes soaked? How long and dump it all in? on 12-29-2014 at 05:55 PM
So I am going to soak some Oak Cubes in markers Mark for 1 week and then add it to the
secondary of my stout for 2 weeks before bottling.I will put the cubes in a Tupperware and pour
enough whiskey to...
Posted in thread: Founder's Breakfast Stout Clone on 12-29-2014 at 05:45 PM
Has anyone used this with success? 242781I thought I read somewhere in this thread that people
were using this, but I can't remember.I have a Similar question.I have read through many pages
on this th...
Posted in thread: Cocoa Nibs in Secondary. The proper way to do it? on 12-29-2014 at 05:34 PM
OP you nailed my experience on the subject to a T. Since I'm only working on my very first beer
right now, I was hoping clarity would come with time. The first thing I wish all commentors
would do is:...
Posted in thread: Hybrid Batch Sparging for High Gravity Brews on 12-16-2014 at 02:42 PM
My proposed hybrid batch sparge technique is a two-step process. First, once the mash rests are
completed, the mash is vorlaufed and drained quickly as per a normal batch sparge. Heating the
Posted in thread: Founder's Breakfast Stout Clone on 12-16-2014 at 02:19 PM
You can ask us all too. Might get more responses that way.Def. love the help on here. My
questions toward his recipe were more how he exactly did 1 or 2 things and how long he let
something sit. So I ...