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Posted in thread: Hops for 0 Minutes.... on 05-25-2007 at 02:53 PM
Toss them in when you turn the flame off, let them steep in the very hot (but no longer
boiling) wort for a couple minutes, then begin to chill your wort. These are also known as
Posted in thread: Hops for 0 Minutes.... on 05-25-2007 at 02:37 PM
Just a quick question; when a recipe calls for hops at say 30, 15, and 0 minutes, does that 0
minutes mean that you toss in the last hops when the boil is done and transferred into the
Posted in thread: First Pale Ale on 05-24-2007 at 06:59 PM
So I brewed it yesterday and all seemed to go well! :mug: Now I'm looking for something to brew
Posted in thread: hops - nitrogen difficiency? on 05-24-2007 at 01:38 AM
but as you can see in the 1st picture, it's not all the lower leaves. the plant is probably 3
1/2 feet tall and that leaf in the 1st pick is probably 1/2 foot from the top. To tell you the
Posted in thread: First Pale Ale on 05-23-2007 at 02:01 PM
Or drop the wheat and add a pound of carapils detrine malt. It will add to head retention and
mouthfeel.. and If you dont want extra mouthfeel, you could always mash at a lower
temperature.I know I ca...
Posted in thread: First Pale Ale on 05-23-2007 at 01:59 PM
Ok so here's the modified recipe; going to go to the LHBS and get the wheat, then I'm starting!
:rockin: Recipe Specifications--------------------------Batch Size: 5.00 gal Boil Size: 5.79
Posted in thread: First Pale Ale on 05-23-2007 at 12:20 PM
add a 1/2# of wheat to the mash you wont regret it. I use 1# in my pale recipe (12 gal AG)and
it made a world of a diferance to the brewCheersWhat does the wheat do for the brew?
Posted in thread: First Pale Ale on 05-22-2007 at 10:12 PM
Hey everyone, just wondering how this looks for a simple pale ale...BeerSmith Recipe Printout -
www.beersmith.comRecipe: First Pale AleStyle: American Pale AleTYPE: All GrainRecipe
Posted in thread: Do you turn off your Co2? on 04-24-2007 at 11:20 PM
Once your beer has absorbed as much CO2 as it can at the temperature in your fridge it will not
absorb anymore, even when you serve. All that is happening when you serve a fully carbonated
beer is som...
Posted in thread: Do you turn off your Co2? on 04-24-2007 at 10:01 PM
The amount of CO2 that can go into solution at 12 psi is dictated by the temperature of the
beer. As long as the temperature does not change, and the pressure remains at 12 psi, the beer
will only abs...