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Posted in thread: Good easy homebrew for a group brew on 10-09-2015 at 02:33 AM
I've been home brewing for about 6 months now and have been pretty successful. I've got my
coworkers excited about home brewing and now my boss has got the idea that we can do a group
homebrew with th...
Posted in thread: New post a picture of your pint on 10-08-2015 at 08:59 PM
is a golden ale I called Face Palming because it was transferred into a clean, but
un-sanitized fermenter. It's good stuff.
Posted in thread: Cranberry lambic on 10-08-2015 at 04:23 AM
5# of cranberries might be a bit overkill. I have never used them in a beer but I feel like it
would be overpowering on top of the tartness from the beer itself. You can always go back and
add more cr...
Posted in thread: Confession Time on 10-07-2015 at 11:39 PM
That's why I'm ditching my therminator for one. Do that with the plate chiller and you're gunna
have some nice mold bubbling out in a few days. No pics, so it's never happened to me, I'm just
Posted in thread: Face palm on 10-07-2015 at 11:33 PM
It came out like I expected it too, dispite the unsanitized fermenter. I used to keep all the
brewing equipment outside and ferment in a 15.5 kegs. I stored it upside down at least, but
there's no tel...
Posted in thread: Confession Time on 10-07-2015 at 09:58 PM
These are all very good comments lol. I don't sanitize my counter flow wort chiller. I just run
boiling hot wort through it into my fermenter, then I turn on the cold counter flow water after
Posted in thread: Cranberry lambic on 10-07-2015 at 06:24 PM
Thanks for the reply. You have valuable ideas to share. You might be right about the #3 pounds
of Special B. I'll dial that back down to #1.5 or #2 and increase the pale malt to #12.It's a
little odd ...
Posted in thread: Face palm on 10-04-2015 at 07:12 AM
It's okay. A little cloudy, but otherwise fine.
Posted in thread: Cranberry lambic on 10-04-2015 at 06:29 AM
I'm going to give it a go with: Ten Gallon batch10# pale malt3# pilsner malt3# Special B3#
Belgian white wheat1 oz Saaz in the boilWyeast lambic blend 1.35l5# cranberries into the
secondary fermenter ...
Posted in thread: Do You Depit Your Cherries? on 08-24-2015 at 04:16 AM
There is no need at all to remove the pits from them. I've been making farmhouse style ales for
a long time. Read into that, a farmhouse ale is an ale without a style. That is, in the