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Posted in thread: If you had $2,000 to upgrade your brewery, what would you do? (help me upgrade mine) on 01-24-2014 at 05:39 AM
Thanks guys. Some good ideas to look into. I haven't priced out a RIMS system or electric (and
need to do some research on these to see what's available and what the current thinking is). It
Posted in thread: If you had $2,000 to upgrade your brewery, what would you do? (help me upgrade mine) on 01-23-2014 at 08:16 PM
It's been a long time since I've posted here. Mostly I've been happily brewing away and have
made a lot of beer I'm happy with. But I'm starting to get the itch to improve my system. It
just feels ine...
Posted in thread: A gift of Maris otter and 3 types of hops, help recipe on 02-07-2012 at 12:16 AM
bitter with columbus, flavor/aroma with simcoe, perhaps. Should make a good pale ale. Styrian
Goldings are tasty and will lend a more english style, but I'm guessing they would get pretty
lost if you ...
Posted in thread: Fellow homebrewers, meet my new beer engine . . . on 02-23-2011 at 07:58 PM
Mine is going strong a year+ in--it got a bit gummed up because I didn't clean it well, but
after a thorough take apart and cleaning it's back like a champ.Mine comes out of a corny but
don't see why ...
Posted in thread: My first lager: One packet of yeast or two? on 02-12-2011 at 01:20 AM
even two smack packs is not likely enough for a lager without a good-sized starter, though it
is a fairly low gravity beer. two packs of dry yeast, i have had good results.
Posted in thread: Turbinado, Belgian Candy or Corn Sugar? on 09-08-2010 at 12:52 AM
For something like an IPA, I'd keep sugar under 10%, and maybe stick closer to 5-7%. You will
possibly get a bit more flavor and complexity from the turbinado than the others. Radical
Brewing has a go...
Posted in thread: Wee heavy: Carmelization or adjuncts? on 09-07-2010 at 08:13 PM
I have a wee heavy sort of in the works. My plan was to boil down some of the first runnings. I
may also add some sugar, not sure yet. If you have the book designing great beers, there's a
Posted in thread: Sorachi Ace / cat piss on 09-07-2010 at 04:46 AM
I recently had the brooklyn sorachi ace saison and definitely found it a bit funky (and i like
funky beers). I have a couple ounces of sorachi ace in the freezer. I like the lemony-ness, but
Posted in thread: Quick review of my mild recipe (and some yeast choice help) on 09-04-2010 at 10:27 PM
In the 2 darker session ales that I have done I've used WLP002, English Ale, with great
success.Using a 2000ml starter for this low a gravity should really give you a great
fermentation and super clea...
Posted in thread: Quick review of my mild recipe (and some yeast choice help) on 09-04-2010 at 07:59 PM
This is getting brewed for a pig roast happening in less than 4 weeks. Hopefully I can go grain
to glass in that time. 11 gallon batch, going to do single infusion around 153 degrees, batch