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Posted in thread: Fun with ESB on 12-27-2015 at 07:39 PM
So I agree that the Brett Idea might be the best but It will take quite a long time and I don't
know if I want to make those buckets brett buckets forevermore. I was about to go with an
Posted in thread: Fun with ESB on 12-15-2015 at 04:26 PM
Depends a lot in what it's like but I'd consider upping the gravity with DME and invert and
aging with Brett to make an old ale. You can then make a third beer by blending the result back
with a batch...
Posted in thread: Fun with ESB on 12-15-2015 at 07:41 AM
I own and operate a small brewery and one of the fun parts of brewing on this scale is the
ability to play around with 5-10 gallons of a batch. For example, I pulled off 5 gallons of a
black saison an...
Posted in thread: 15' of tubing and only foam! on 10-08-2015 at 04:26 AM
the OD on your lines should be 7/16" I don't care what the lines you have were sold as you need
to buy some of this:
Posted in thread: Munich/Vienna in an IPA? on 09-11-2015 at 12:55 AM
I think 100% Vienna would make a fine IPA. Maybe add a *tiny* bit of Midnight Wheat or Carafa
III or roasted barley to adjust the color.I did a 100% Vienna IPA w/ Azzaca hops this summer
and it turned...
Posted in thread: using concentrated fruit juice to boost ABV in IPAs on 08-17-2015 at 04:19 PM
I happen to have 3 bottles of concentrated juice from this same company (passion fruit, guava
and cashew). I was planning on using the passion fruit one next week on a gallon of a wheat
beer that I br...
Posted in thread: is it too late for a diacetyl rest? on 08-14-2015 at 07:52 PM
Sorry I never updated about my beer but yes the d rest, even after the bulk of fermentation had
finished, worked. It took a while but the final product was very good and had no off flavors.
One thing ...
Posted in thread: using concentrated fruit juice to boost ABV in IPAs on 08-14-2015 at 06:49 PM
So I had a crazy thought. I hate sweet, malty IPAs. I think hoppy and sweet are conflicting
flavors and therefore I quite often use sugar to dry out my IPAs, especially ones that are 7ish
ABV and abov...
Posted in thread: Are there any temp tolerant yeast strains out there? on 07-27-2015 at 07:59 AM
[QUOTE=mozart4898;7007642]Two options that don't match your styles but are KILLER dry yeasts
from my experience as well are Danstar Belle Saison and Mangrove Jack's M27 Saison. You may not
Posted in thread: Commerical IPAs that you are sure use corn sugar... on 07-24-2015 at 01:05 AM
Dude. You get better beer than me. I'm fairly certain Ranger uses some sugar, so New Belgium
should have you covered there. If you can get Fresh Squeezed I'm almost certain it doesn't.Take
me with you...