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  • Brewing beer,hunting,fishing,HAM radio
  • 1.)M.0. base malt, Crystal 60, Carapils, Simcoe, Cascade, Willamette, burton salt: Pale Ale, mash 152 (60 minutes), 90 minute boil. OG 1.058rnPitched PacMan Yeastrn2.) M.0. base malt, Crystal 60, Carapils, Torrified Wheat, Target, Willamette, burton salt: English IPA O.G. 1.062rnPitched free liquid yeast from Diamond Knot Brewery (Wyeast 1098?).
  • Done drunk em all.
  • Porter: 2 Row, Chocolate malt, Munich Malt, Brown Malt, Willamette, Fuggle, burton salt. Pitched 2 packet Nottingham. OG 1.054 F.G 1.01 Mashed at 148 45 minutes, 156 another 45 minutes. 90 minute boil.rnLager: Pilsner 2 row, Munich Malt, Hallertauer, Saaz, WLP830. O.G. 1.04 FG 1.008; two day D rest 62F.
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  • Posted in thread: I need help with a Hard Root Beer Recipe on 06-11-2015 at 03:06 PM
    I have never brewed it before. I saw the recipe the other day and was planning on making a
    batch and bottling it (I don't keg). As for bottling, I know they talked about putting some in
    a plastic bott...

  • Posted in thread: Missed OG - can I boil it to raise it? on 06-03-2015 at 05:37 AM
    If you are doing a 2.5 gallon batch then you only need 30 gravity points worth of sugar.
    Therefore you only need about .65 of a LB to hit your gravity.

  • Posted in thread: Any idea where this dipa recipe went wrong on 06-03-2015 at 05:32 AM
    I am thinking that the strong A.B.V. and that you did not add bottling yeast may have something
    to do with the long time to carbonate. You also stated that the yeast was 3rd generation,
    perhaps it was...

  • Posted in thread: Missed OG - can I boil it to raise it? on 06-03-2015 at 05:09 AM
    I have never missed my OG on an all-grain brew by more than a few points, but I missed one
    tonight on an IPA. Beersmith estimated at 72 but I measured a 60 (12 points!!!) I boiled too
    much off so I ad...

  • Posted in thread: Does anyone use Sodium Metabisulfite to sanitize? on 06-03-2015 at 05:01 AM
    Got this from my wine making son and know nothing about it. Wondering if I should use it for my
    equipment or should I wait until I can get some Star San.Anyone?Use Starsan or Idophore for
    sanitizing.U...

  • Posted in thread: 1 base + 1 specialty + 1 hop + US05 = Good Beer? on 06-03-2015 at 02:03 AM
    So if you wanted to brew an interesting and unique beer, but were limited to ONE base and ONE
    character malt from the list below, along with any SINGLE hop variety of your choice, what
    would you do? F...

  • Posted in thread: Forgot to cold crash my starter... on 05-29-2015 at 01:18 AM
    So, you hop your starters? :cross:I put a few pellets in on the theory that they inhibit stuff
    other than yeast. So yes, but not a whole bunch. Usually just a few EKG pellets.

  • Posted in thread: Forgot to cold crash my starter... on 05-28-2015 at 08:54 PM
    My plan this morning was to cold crash my starter so I could step it up tonight for brew day on
    Saturday. Well, of course I completely forgot until about ten minutes ago.So it's still on the
    stir plat...

  • Posted in thread: Gelatinization of unmalted barley on 05-26-2015 at 03:42 PM
    Good questions. I think you can gelatinise the perl barley using a decoction method. You may
    opt to modify the decoction by bringing just the perl barley portion of your mash to a boil for
    while and t...

  • Posted in thread: I'm an idiot - can you help save this batch? on 05-26-2015 at 05:56 AM
    Use both batches as yeast starter, save the yeast from one batch for future brews and make a
    monster beer with the other. Then go forth and sin no more!

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