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  • Posted in thread: priming sugers on 11-20-2006 at 09:10 PM
    White Table Sugar mostly comes from sugar beets and is known as Surcrose. It's suppose to give
    your beer off flavors, or even a cidery taste if you use it to prime your beers for
    bottling.Corn Sugar i...

  • Posted in thread: Poll: What kind of water do you use on 11-20-2006 at 09:04 PM
    I had to pick "Other" since all my batches come from my well water. We've got some of the best
    tasting water straight out of the ground here where I live.

  • Posted in thread: Just Luuuuuuuuuvv those blow outs! on 11-20-2006 at 08:58 PM
    LOL! This is the second time I came home from work to find a blow out! :D First time was with
    my 2nd batch of Cherry Wheat ale. I hadn't added the pureed cherries yet, so it was just the
    wheat ale fer...

  • Posted in thread: Vilent ferment - first time using liquid yeast. on 11-20-2006 at 03:47 AM
    I've got a scotish ale fermenting right now and it looks like a mini tornado in the bottle.
    That much activity is good. Your yeast is working hard at make your beer. Just imagine a 100
    billion little ...

  • Posted in thread: Done Fermenting? on 11-20-2006 at 03:42 AM
    SilkkBrew is right! You should rack your batch to another container and let it sit for at least
    a week before you bottle it! It's called Secondary Fermentation, and while your yeast might be
    done turn...

  • Posted in thread: Question for experts on 11-20-2006 at 03:36 AM
    Wheat ale would be a good base for your fruit. I've done a cherry ale that worked great that
    way. As a matter of fact, I had to make a second batch since my wife down all of the first
    batch!I used can...

  • Posted in thread: stopper on carboy on 11-20-2006 at 03:27 AM
    Pound the stopper? Woah! I've never had to pound my stoppers in. I just push them on, firmly.
    The air lock will let the gas out just fine, or it should. Your stopper is simply to hold the
    air lock or ...

  • Posted in thread: Yeast and hop suggestions for Dark Oak ale on 11-20-2006 at 03:16 AM
    My first extract brew was from a kit, Brewnet Brown ale. The kit came with hop pellets and dry
    yeast. The batch turned out fine and tasted great. The dry yeast was Safale US-56 which seems
    to be very ...

  • Posted in thread: Watching the hops go round and round..... on 11-20-2006 at 02:59 AM
    You know, before this batch that I've got fermenting right now (Merlin's Ale), I've always had
    my brews in a orange plastic bucket. With this brew, I put it into one of my carboys. Watching
    the foam b...

  • Posted in thread: Cherry Stout on 11-17-2006 at 12:25 AM
    I've made two batches of my Cherry Wheat Ale. Both have turned out great! Beer with cherry
    flavor, but not over powering. ABV of about 6.8% or so.I add 5 cans of Del Monties Dark
    Cherries that I puree...

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Primary: Merlin's Ale Secondary: Bottled and Waiting: Cherry Wheat Ale #2 Ready to Drink: Pumpkin Spice Ale Cheesefood's Carmel Cream Ale Chocolate Cherry Ale Planned Batches: Maple Ale Past Batches: Brewnet Brown American Pilsner Cherry Wheat Ale #1 Honey Ale
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