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  • Cincinnati, OH
  • 4-08-2010 Cooper's Irish Stout. 4-23-2010 Capone's.
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  • Posted in thread: Help with custom recipe on 09-04-2014 at 03:49 PM
    you might try;1.5lbs chocolate malt (60min)3.3lbs Golden light LME (60min)1lbs molasses
    (60min)1oz Phoenix (60min)4lbs Dark DME (30min).5oz Phoenix (30min).5oz Northdown (10min).5oz
    Phoenix (10min)6ts...

  • Posted in thread: Help with custom recipe on 09-03-2014 at 09:00 PM
    with the ingredients listed it should be around a 5% alcohol beer, and be about 70SRM in color
    which is pretty dark. in comparason American stout style guide is 30-40 SRM, so this is going
    to def be a...

  • Posted in thread: Help with custom recipe on 09-02-2014 at 01:53 AM
    I'm planning on brewing a recipe that I'm currently researching for Christmas. I'm going to be
    buying the majority of my supplies locally, which may or may not limit my options. For this
    ale, all that...

  • Posted in thread: Colonial Tavern Extract Porter Discussion on 08-27-2014 at 08:13 PM
    I'm working on a recipe for a Colonial style porter, the goal is to brew a modern day beer with
    Colonial era characteristics. My question is about specialty grains. I'll be using 9 pounds of

  • Posted in thread: Colonial Ale? on 09-01-2012 at 10:45 PM
    Vinegar? I hardly think they'd have put up with that. Beers were necessarily sour due to how
    they were produced, but hops were a well-known and commonly used ingredient during this era. In
    Bavaria, at...

  • Posted in thread: Colonial Ale? on 09-01-2012 at 04:04 AM
    I remember reading somewhere that herbs were used as well, hops did not appear in the US till
    after rev war? I could be completely wrong, try the home brewers garden book, has some good t...

  • Posted in thread: Colonial Ale? on 09-01-2012 at 12:28 AM
    I've been reading on Colonial style beer recipes, in preparation of brewing an extract based,
    Colonial style ale that's a close representation of what a Colonial ale might have tasted like
    in those da...

  • Posted in thread: Tasting test bottle - How soon? on 04-25-2010 at 08:07 AM
    Just tried a second bottle of my Cooper's Irish Stout, this one is even better then the first.

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  • Posted in thread: It really is hard to screw up beer--testimonial on 04-25-2010 at 05:42 AM
    I'm new to home brewing too, just brewed my second, 5 gallon batch which is a ale. I've had my
    fair share of mistakes, all the way back to when i used Mr. Beer, but i haven't had one come
    out that i c...