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Posted in thread: Sanctuary Gose on 09-22-2015 at 08:52 PM
I believe it's lacto brevis but could be very mistaken need to do a refresher on different
lacto bacteria. that gives the milk/dairy taste to the beers I am talking about their are
several different k...
Posted in thread: Sanctuary Gose on 09-22-2015 at 05:12 PM
I don't agree that lactobacillus adds milky or cheesy flavors, those are off-flavors
(iso-valeric acid, most likely). You may have an association between tartness and certain dairy
products that links...
Posted in thread: Sanctuary Gose on 09-22-2015 at 03:20 PM
Your descriptions of tart and sour don't really make sense, you're just saying that tart is
less sour with a separate, unrelated sweet component being present. The only distinction I've
ever seen is t...
Posted in thread: Sanctuary Gose on 09-22-2015 at 02:21 PM
Hi guys.I hope to learn from all of you, so could you summarize your main points, and work to
find the essential truth we all can grow from?If the Rx isn't traditional, so be it. Admit it
and lets jud...
Posted in thread: Imperial Berliner Weisse - Kettle Soured on 09-21-2015 at 11:56 PM
I think he means pitching commercial bugs to sour in the kettle, in which case I recommend it
over grain. Brevis or if you can get some Omega lacto blend. Or I use Nancy's yogurt which
works great. Mu...
Posted in thread: Imperial Berliner Weisse - Kettle Soured on 09-21-2015 at 08:21 PM
I've had the best luck with using a lot of grain in the mash, like three big handfuls. Saran
wrap cover, hit with boiling water every ~36h, let it ride till I like the sourness. Typically
Posted in thread: Sanctuary Gose on 09-20-2015 at 03:03 PM
You are correct Sorry not trying to start a fight or anything. Just wanted to make sure people
who try this as their first gose understand that this isn't a 100% true to a gose. The
Posted in thread: Sanctuary Gose on 09-20-2015 at 02:38 AM
This isn't really a true gose. It seems more like a tart beer not sour.The gose coming out of
Germany in the last 100 years has all been mildly tart. Find me a commercial example not first
made in the...
Posted in thread: Yeast Bay Sour/Funky stuff in! on 09-01-2015 at 01:48 PM
To each their own! We actually had an interesting discussion about sampling sours for home
brewers when I was on the Sour Hour with Jay Goodwin. Some people are of the "set it and forget
Posted in thread: A Tiny Beautiful Pale Ale on 08-26-2015 at 06:49 PM
I've taken to adding a half oz of Mosaic at flameout along with the El Dorado and Summit, it
contributes to a more rounded hop character. I believe I'm calling this my house pale ale.