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04-02-2008

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07-08-2010 4:12 PM

    ABOUT ME

  • Exeter, Devon (UK)
  • archaeologist
  • rock
  • I am researching Bronze Age baking methods, particularly the use and construction of earthen ovens. Its likely that people in the past always had a starter on the go for their baking and brewing so I wanted to give it a go, and now I'm hooked!

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  • Posted in thread: Milk Stout with Real Milk on 02-13-2010 at 10:25 PM
    Thanks for the comments guys.I realise milk stout is not supposed to be made with real milk,
    but there are fermented milk drinks out there so I wanted to give it a try out of curiosity.
    Only kept milk...

  • Posted in thread: Milk Stout with Real Milk on 02-11-2010 at 08:21 PM
    I'm making a stout with real milk now, only a small 2 gallon tester in case its horrible!Milk
    curdles at pH4.6, with beer generally being around more acidic so I've brewed up a porter and
    then adjuste...

  • Posted in thread: Yeast Starter from Wheat Flour on 04-29-2008 at 06:16 PM
    Ok Guys, I've finished the primary fermentation and the results are better than expected. I
    made up a basic Pilsner recipe (adding a bit of extra honey in anticipation of a bitter
    brew):3lb light malt...

  • Posted in thread: Yeast Starter from Wheat Flour on 04-12-2008 at 06:18 PM
    Cheers Arneba28, I guess it makes sense that the stuff on top of the trub is the active bit.
    Funkenjaeger-to clarify I have not added any yeast to this, the idea is to cultivate the
    natural yeasts in ...

  • Posted in thread: Yeast Starter from Wheat Flour on 04-11-2008 at 07:01 PM
    I've read that the ancient Egyptians made beer by adding leavened bread to the wort and then
    straining the solution into a secondary fermentation vessel. I'm trying to recreate this by
    making leaven f...

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