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Posted in thread: Man, I love Apfelwein on 04-25-2010 at 10:31 PM
Since my GF wanted it a bit sweeter we sweetened with about 1 and 2/3rd cups of Splenda. I
think the politically correct term for GF is SWMBO.:off: Who was the original SWMBO? Check out
the Rumpole st...
Posted in thread: Man, I love Apfelwein on 04-24-2010 at 07:21 PM
Welp, I popped open that one bottle of apfelwein that I had put in the frig last week Friday.
It was VERY good!glenn514:mug:I'm glad the plastic juice bottles worked out for you. How long
do you think...
Posted in thread: Man, I love Apfelwein on 04-23-2010 at 11:31 PM
My first batch of Apfelwein has about 3 more weeks in the fermenter, but I made it with two
cans of juice concentrate in addition to the 2 pounds of dextrose. I also have a half batch
made with 2 poun...
Posted in thread: Bells Oberon Clone on 04-23-2010 at 05:38 AM
soo, am I missing it, or is there a good extract or partial mash version out there?Based on the
conversion factor of .6 pounds of extract = 1 pound of grain, I figure you need 3.6 pounds of
DME and 2....
Posted in thread: Bells Oberon Clone on 04-22-2010 at 04:28 AM
What I meant to say was, I love obsessing over the flavors of beers. I would like suggestions
of what beer I can obsess over next.I think I'm in love.
Posted in thread: Tim's Irish Stout on 04-19-2010 at 04:02 PM
Yeah I'm definately going to try it out. I will cut back the black patent, and I'm thinking
about adding coffee.
Posted in thread: Tim's Irish Stout on 04-19-2010 at 02:16 AM
I've never done a partial mash. Do these grains need to be crushed before steeping?
Posted in thread: Bottle-Carbing in #1 PETE on 04-19-2010 at 01:11 AM
I'm thinking about using 3-liter soda bottles when my first batch is ready for bottling. Has
anyone experimented with long-term aging in those?PS thanks for being the guinea pig I hope it
works. I bet...
Posted in thread: Man, I love Apfelwein on 04-19-2010 at 12:44 AM
I just assembled a half-batch using 2.5 gallons apple juice, 2 pounds of light brown sugar, and
the Montrachet yeast. In other words, with twice the recommended amount of sugar. I've seen
Posted in thread: Mr Beer - Read all about it and ask questions on 04-18-2010 at 10:53 PM
I would use one of their kits but disregard the instructions. Someone on this thread earlier
pointed out mrbeerfans.com which will tell you how to use a mr. Beer kit to brew quality beer.