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Posted in thread: Rue Poilu on 07-21-2015 at 07:43 PM
Mash was single infusion, 75 minute mash at 150f.Recipe:14# GP2.5# Rye malt1# Flaked rye1# Cara
rye.5# Midnight wheat.5# De-bittered black1oz fwh magnum1oz 90m magnum1 oz 5m citra1 oz 5m
ahtanum4 oz c...
Posted in thread: Belle Saison on 07-21-2015 at 07:29 PM
OP: So yeah, I've used belle saison twice now.The first time I made a saison which was a bit
strong. No noticeable off flavors, but it scored a 32. Not bad. In a split batch I threw some
Brett L. in, ...
Posted in thread: Duvel of a thing on 05-26-2015 at 01:20 PM
Ahh. I made 4 gallons of wort, added to 3 of cider for a total of 7. I've corrected the first
post to reflect that.
Posted in thread: Duvel of a thing on 05-25-2015 at 03:53 PM
With all due respect to Brandon O's Graff, here is yet another variant on the same theme.Recipe
Type: All Grain and CiderYeast: WLP-570Batch Size (Gallons): 7 - 4 of wort, 3 of ciderOriginal
Posted in thread: A barleywine to do an Irish Whiskey barrel justice... on 03-10-2015 at 07:39 PM
Drchris, are you talking about October keeping ales?I buy boxes of J.W. Lees harvest every year
for the cellar... it is divine. And their Lagavulin and Calvados aged aren't any slouched
either. That i...
Posted in thread: A barleywine to do an Irish Whiskey barrel justice... on 03-10-2015 at 12:30 AM
Hey everybody,Since I have just obtained a freshly emptied Irish Whiskey barrel, I went about
thinking of the best ways to use that amazing flavor, and decided that #1 would be a
barleywine. I'm formu...
Posted in thread: Why can't we make "British-Style" pale malt in AMERICA? on 09-03-2014 at 04:47 PM
I was going to say try GNW malting NW Pale Ale malt, but I got beat to the punch! It does have
a good british flavor; not quite as good as Maris, IMO. I just made a ESB recipe with it that
Posted in thread: The devil to pay on 07-21-2014 at 09:16 PM
This recipe uses Bopils as the base, and combines FWH, late hops, hop back and dry hop methods
for a super hop-flavored ale, but suprisingly low perceivable bitterness.All GrainBohemian
Pilsner - 48.3...
Posted in thread: Your Dad's Mustache on 08-10-2013 at 05:42 PM
Relatively young. Hasn't had time to fully carbonate, but I got impatient.
Posted in thread: Your Dad's Mustache on 08-10-2013 at 05:34 PM
After many conversations with my Irish wife, and as much wisdom as I could gather, I made my
first Dry Irish Stout recipe from (mostly) scratch. Recipe as follows;7 Lbs Maris Otter1 Lb