Last Activity:02-19-2011 4:18 AM
Posted in thread: Tyler Texas on 02-03-2011 at 08:51 PM
Well, I don't think Tyler has much as its relatively small. My suggestion is to do a weekend
trip to Austin. Austin is about 4 hours away from Tyler. Austin Homebrew Supply is one of the
best in the c...
Posted in thread: Imperial Bastard Stout on 01-22-2011 at 07:39 AM
It turned out pretty good, but due to a heat wave we had here while it was fermenting, it
fermented at 80-82 degrees, and now has a hint of banana taste. But this was before I found out
what a swamp c...
Posted in thread: High gravity extract brews on 01-21-2011 at 12:25 PM
Hey guys,I am interested in brewing an Imperial Stout, but I really only have the equipment for
a extract brew. I did some research and there seems to be minimal amounts of solid high
Posted in thread: Imperial Bastard Stout on 01-21-2011 at 11:48 AM
Brewed this up last night with a little modification. My boil batch was 2.5 gallons and I
steeped for 30 min. My OG was only 1.078 though, and when I typed the recipe in several
calculators I got OG's...
Posted in thread: Dogfish Head 90/60 on 01-16-2011 at 10:47 PM
I love the 60 min and I am hit and miss on the 90 min. Sometimes the 90 min just strikes me as
overly sweet, and I DO NOT like really sweet beers. The 120 min was just plain gross IMO.
Posted in thread: Creating a Imperial Pumpkin Stout on 04-23-2010 at 10:56 PM
Yeah, I wasn't going to include the pumpkins in the mash. I was going to include them in the 60
min boil because that appears to be what other recipes have called for...
Posted in thread: Creating a Imperial Pumpkin Stout on 04-23-2010 at 08:42 PM
I am doing this as a partial mash... I intended to mash @ about 154 for 60 minutes and then
sparge with about 2 gallons of water making close to 3.25 gallons for my boil.So, how does that
Posted in thread: Creating a Imperial Pumpkin Stout on 04-23-2010 at 08:05 PM
So, taking from what you two said...add the warrior late in the boil, let say 20 or 15 mins?And
add more spice to secondary if needed. So, what I could do is double up on the spices late in
the boil a...
Posted in thread: Dry Hopping: To Sanitize or Not to Sanitize? on 04-23-2010 at 07:46 PM
So, I am having a bit of a dilemma. I intended to dry hop a few days ago, but have been weary
since I have read mixed reviews on the subject. Some people steam their hops while others
don't.My hops ha...
Posted in thread: Looking for a good rye example on 04-23-2010 at 04:41 PM
There is a company called Real Ale based out of Austin, TX area and they make a beer called
"Full Moon Rye Pale Ale" and it's quite good. It has the right amount of spiceyness.If you are