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Posted in thread: Purring Kitten Session IPA on 01-06-2016 at 01:33 PM
I did a brew of this with the same grain bill but subbed the hops with Cascades/Centennial for
bittering and Crystal for aroma. I forgot to dry hop the but the beer still came out very
Posted in thread: Purring Kitten Session IPA on 12-27-2015 at 12:21 AM
I think I got a pilot on 001 semi-close to where I want this beer.Batch was 10.5 gal and split
on 001 & 100% East Coast Custersianus Brett. 80% brewhouse efficiency. IBUs in Rager. Hop
Posted in thread: Purring Kitten Session IPA on 10-21-2015 at 04:32 AM
Thanks. I would love to hear your experiences and pointers. I have at least two other beers
slotted ahead of this right now, but I will definitely plan to make something like this early
next year.For ...
Posted in thread: Purring Kitten Session IPA on 10-10-2015 at 07:18 AM
Thanks for bringing this back to life. I could really use a session IPA. My brew last weekend I
blew my efficiency out of the water! Planned for 65% and ended up with over 80%! My 6.6% ABV
beer is goi...
Posted in thread: 100% Brett starter on 04-15-2015 at 03:54 PM
Yes. Although with Brett it can be a little trickier because it doesn't floc very well.
Posted in thread: Purring Kitten Session IPA on 10-18-2014 at 03:26 PM
My hop schedule for 15 gallons wasFirst wort hop- 1.05 oz columbus15m- 2.11 oz Chinook & 2.11
oz Falconers Flight5M- 2..01 oz Chinook0m- 3.80 oz Falconers Flight & 2.85 oz Nelson & 1.79 oz
Columbus & ...
Posted in thread: All Brett C (WLP645) - Belgian taste on 07-10-2014 at 06:28 AM
I ran about 5.5 gallons of Wit beer wort and pitched 2 vials of Brett C. No oxygenation other
than the splashing of the fill. The resulting flavor 3 weeks later was a nice tangy flavor.
Only a light t...
Posted in thread: "Session" IPA's - let's hear it! on 04-28-2014 at 03:02 PM
Finally brewed mine and gotten to the point where I have had a few. Definitely good flavor and
a nice hoppy nose. Very drinkable. Will make a final assessment after I give it some more time,
but I fee...
Posted in thread: sulfur smell and flavor in bottled belgian wit on 03-02-2014 at 07:07 AM
I've heard you could blow it off if you kegged. Also, apparently some of the pros are using
copper to strip out some of those flavors. I suspect time will work for you though.
Posted in thread: Mr. Beer.......? on 03-02-2014 at 06:58 AM
Yeah, don't assume that because you make crappy beer with crappy kits that you're cursed. Take
care of your yeast health (make a starter) and temperatures (water bath or temp controlled
space) and you...