Last Activity:10-18-2013 12:17 AM
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Posted in thread: Aging IIPA - THEN dryhop? on 06-17-2013 at 07:35 AM
Cold press the coffee and add it at bottling. Pull a sample before bottling and try to figure
out a ratio of how much to add for the flavor you are going for.
Posted in thread: Bourbon, oak, and flavor extraction on 06-17-2013 at 07:33 AM
Here's what I did: I added the cubes and bourbon together to the batch. However I was worried
about over oaking and having the oak and whiskey flavor being to intense. I pulled 1 gallon off
the batch ...
Posted in thread: IPA tastings on 06-17-2013 at 07:25 AM
I think it is because IPAs are not only popular but really fun to brew. Honestly. With lagers
you are pushing for clean flavors and light tastes. With IPA you can push boundaries and get
crazy with al...
Posted in thread: Dry Hopping Tips on 04-15-2013 at 05:03 AM
I've thought about using a strainer or paint strainer, but heard(urban legend?) that the beer
passing through the holes in the strainer or bag could cause oxidation. Really not certain
about this but ...
Posted in thread: Show Us Your Label on 04-12-2013 at 10:04 AM
Yeah! Here it is. The writing on the right was too small and is essentially illegible, but I
didn't want to go back and fix it after I had printed it--next time I will.Borders around your
text blocks ...
Posted in thread: using bourbon or scotch in secondary fermentation on 04-12-2013 at 10:03 AM
^^ Your bottom line statement is dead on. You just have to be dead on with it. This is why I
like blending the batch. You have a little more leeway by splitting it and working each batch.
Lets you exp...
Posted in thread: Show Us Your Label on 04-12-2013 at 10:00 AM
Blending the two left pics together into one image would be incredible with the detail and hard
lines. Or just reverse the top and bottom and see how you like it before blending.
Posted in thread: Fwh k.i.s.s. on 04-12-2013 at 09:58 AM
^^^^ Great post.
Posted in thread: Why not FWH on every APA and IPA on 04-12-2013 at 09:55 AM
There are way more top rated commercial hoppy APA's, IPA's, and IIPA's on the market that don't
rely on it. We can confirm this from dozens of clone recipes, brewer websites, emails, and
Posted in thread: Why not FWH on every APA and IPA on 04-07-2013 at 10:49 AM
My experience is that since the FWH amounts to less bittering and more smoothness in flavor it
is sometimes beneficial to add a small amount at 60min. for a little bite. I brewed a IIPA at
9% with 100...