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Posted in thread: The Mash House; Fayetteville, NC on 02-19-2011 at 03:04 PM
Just got some emails sent me about some awesome brewers in the area trying to revive the Mash
House thread. Well, due to work I unfortunately haven't brewed a recipe in 5 months! I know
it's bad! But ...
Posted in thread: Brutal Hangover from Home Brew on 08-15-2010 at 11:19 PM
Thanks for everyone's help. It isn't a huge deal, it's not like it was the first hangover I had
to deal with. It just so happened to be the day I was getting my concealed weapons permit and 8
Posted in thread: Brutal Hangover from Home Brew on 08-15-2010 at 08:12 PM
My bet is fusels as well... What was the yeast and fermentation temp?Kolsh yeast sold in the
Midwest Supplies Kolsh Extract kit. Feremented in Primary at 68-72. then racked into Secondary
Posted in thread: Brutal Hangover from Home Brew on 08-15-2010 at 07:41 PM
Well something like Miller Lite would be very low in alcohol content compared to most of the
homebrews that we crazy brewers concoct. So having an equal # of homebrews compared to light
Posted in thread: Brutal Hangover from Home Brew on 08-15-2010 at 07:40 PM
Never had a hangover from homebrew. I usually drink more homebrew than commercial when I do
drink so not sure why you would get one. I think the concessus is that homebrew has more B
vitamins in it du...
Posted in thread: Brutal Hangover from Home Brew on 08-15-2010 at 07:32 PM
Now,I am not a scientist, nor have I researched what exactly would cause a hangover or what
would make one worse than others but Friday night I didn't even drink as much as I have before,
say when I d...
Posted in thread: Generally... a Higher Volume Boil = Better, Correct? on 08-14-2010 at 02:33 AM
Good Lord, you guys are awesome!I have never asked a question and received so much pertainant
information. I def. appreciate all the help and look forward to this batch!
Posted in thread: Generally... a Higher Volume Boil = Better, Correct? on 08-13-2010 at 11:23 PM
Soooo, It's already past the point of correction (I believe) if I ruined anything but I'm just
wondering for next time.I'm currently brewing 5 gal Extract batches. I just racked my American
Posted in thread: Can You/Should You Cold Crash Yeast 1056 on 08-13-2010 at 06:16 PM
If you're doing an American Wheat then you shouldn't cold crash, or do anything to clear up the
beer IMHO. Other than that I cold crash almost every beer I make.Now, I know this beer is
suppose to be ...
Posted in thread: Can You/Should You Cold Crash Yeast 1056 on 08-13-2010 at 06:01 PM
I'm brewing a Wheat but used Wyeast American Ale 1056 Yeast because I am adding Orange peel's
to the secondary so I was looking for more of those fruity tones.Batch has been fermenting in
primary now ...