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Posted in thread: Keezer Drip Tray Mount - Seeking Help on 02-05-2016 at 09:34 PM
if you attempt to slide the magnets to level or lower the shelf then yes it will certainly take
he paint off. but like auger said, just put some tape. like I said in my build thread, the 4
Posted in thread: Keezer Drip Tray Mount - Seeking Help on 02-05-2016 at 05:26 PM
looks like the guy soldered 1/2" copper. probably had it laying around. definitely a unique
solution to this common keezer issue. but expensive relative to most routes ppl take on here.
If you're not ...
Posted in thread: Maine Beer Co. Peeper Ale clone? on 02-05-2016 at 12:19 PM
so I'm very happy with my final results. I've done 2 separate side by sides with actual Peeper.
the first took place 1 week after kegging and the beers were noticeably different. my version
Posted in thread: English Pale Ale (Cisco Whale's Tale) on 02-04-2016 at 07:56 PM
I'm about to create a recipe for an English Pale/English IPA, and it's not a style I've ever
done before so figured I'd post on here for feedback.I'm aiming for a beer that is similar to
Posted in thread: First decoction - Pilsner on 02-04-2016 at 07:32 PM
I'll agree with that. Another way to save time! Personally I typically boil for at least 5-10
minutes. This pops apart all the starches and thus ensures all the benefits of the decoction. I
only boil ...
Posted in thread: First decoction - Pilsner on 02-04-2016 at 07:31 PM
From things I've read and from my own experience, the dough-in rest occurs anywhere from 70 to
about 95 F, and is just mixing warm water with the grains. I do this when I triple-decoct. I
Posted in thread: First decoction - Pilsner on 02-04-2016 at 07:30 PM
I've always heard "doughing in" to simply mean combining the grain with the water to produce
the mash. I've never heard of a "dough in rest."yea it's a traditional german step, and if you
Posted in thread: First decoction - Pilsner on 02-04-2016 at 07:25 PM
???Not sure how that's going to work...Besides that, looks good, although I don't know that
it's necessary to boil the decoctions for so long. Pilsners aren't characterized by a lot of
the caramel swe...
Posted in thread: First decoction - Pilsner on 02-04-2016 at 07:21 PM
i just read Gavin's article (great write up) and should add that his direct heat mash setup
would significantly reduce the potential for missing temperatures. And as he states, it also
provides an eas...
Posted in thread: First decoction - Pilsner on 02-04-2016 at 06:56 PM
I've never been a big fan of separating the beta and alpha as separate steps. I find it too
difficult to hit the temps. if you shoot for 143 you might end up at 147 and now you're in kind
of a no mans...