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  • Posted in thread: Mashing on 05-07-2005 at 10:39 AM
    I bought 2 8-Quart stockpots and a collander for my mashing & sparging, and had good results.
    The collander I use is tight fitting on the stock pot, and can hold a lot of grain. The
    critical part is t...

  • Posted in thread: Brown Ale Question on 02-12-2005 at 09:27 AM
    Yeah, you got to wait for that cool break. I dont put wort in the fermenter until it is 78o...
    Cool it down and let it ferment!! Even if you have to use a secondary.

  • Posted in thread: Cherry Wheat on 02-12-2005 at 09:22 AM
    I tend to use cherries by smell, when i got the wort boiling, I just add enough where I get a
    cherry smell, but mostly malt, and usually, a 20-24oz can of cherries does the trick. If you
    want to play ...

  • Posted in thread: Cherry Wheat on 02-12-2005 at 09:19 AM
    The problem with cherry extract is it is too strong. Its like using Maraschino cherries. If the
    syrup content is a concern, you could always use the light cherries or no syrup types.

  • Posted in thread: Water won't boil HELP! on 02-12-2005 at 09:14 AM
    You go to put a lid on it. As the saying goes, watched water never boils.. But a Tim Allen type
    device wont hurt either. REWIRE it!!

  • Posted in thread: Simpson Beer Unlock on 02-12-2005 at 09:11 AM
    Me like beer... But my bottles are the PET plastic type. I am having a hard time using this
    device on them. But the sayings are nice.

  • Posted in thread: Cherry Wheat on 02-09-2005 at 04:14 AM
    Wietbier is a Belgian Beer known as white beer.. Not the same as Cherry Wheat.Here is a Cherry
    Wheat Recipe For 5 Gallons using extracts.....6.6 lbs. Wheat Malt Syrup 1 oz. tettnang hops24
    oz can Coms...

  • Posted in thread: Porter, Stout on 02-06-2005 at 10:53 AM
    Stouts and Porters The origins of Porter and Stout are buried in London at the turn of the
    18th Century. A popular drink at this time was called Three Threads and was made by publicans
    mixing pale, y...

  • Posted in thread: Does anyone have this recipe? on 02-06-2005 at 10:46 AM
    I checked out this beer and wanted to make a clone of it, but nobody as a clue of the
    ingredients, or what the original beer tastes like. Can anybody help? Here is the only info I
    could find on this b...

  • Posted in thread: Exploding bottles on 02-06-2005 at 10:37 AM
    I was curious about your situation, so I did some research. I came across this website, which
    has this device that should help in your situation. It seemed to be such a simple device, so I
    thought, hm...

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