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Posted in thread: Coconut Porter on 08-16-2015 at 12:17 AM
Posted in thread: Coconut Porter on 04-11-2015 at 01:01 PM
Second Nightbiker's comment on the need to take multiple readings. Depending on what yeast you
used, it's possible fermentation stalled around 1.024--I've had that happen with this beer
Posted in thread: Coconut Porter on 01-31-2015 at 01:56 PM
Has anyone had a problem with head retention? The oils seem to be affecting mine. Tastes great
thoughHead retention is a bit of an issue here, due to the oils as you say. Since I brew this
Posted in thread: Oatmeal Stout Recipe Advice on 10-17-2014 at 11:42 AM
Hugely helpful, thanks!
Posted in thread: Oatmeal Stout Recipe Advice on 10-17-2014 at 01:00 AM
Thanks for the input. I'm not going to have enough room in my pot to do a partial mash--I think
2.5# of grains is about as much as I'll be able to use efficiently. It would be nice to get
Posted in thread: Oatmeal Stout Recipe Advice on 10-17-2014 at 12:30 AM
Hey all,I've just worked up an extract oatmeal stout recipe that's a modified version of one I
did two years ago and never really liked that much. I was hoping I could get some input on what
Posted in thread: Coconut Porter on 08-13-2014 at 12:29 PM
Unsure how the two flavors would go together, but coconut ought to go with coconut. My
recommendation would be to add fresh coconut at flameout and toasted coconut to secondary. It
might also be worth...
Posted in thread: Coconut Porter on 08-08-2014 at 01:54 PM
Just a quick follow up for mine, I used 1 lb of toasted coconut in my beer, not sure if I would
toast it again. It has an overpowering smell of toasted coconut, and not necessarily in a good
one (I us...
Posted in thread: Coconut Porter on 03-14-2014 at 06:33 PM
I try to ferment most ales around the yeast's lower limit, usually about 63-65º F.
Posted in thread: Citra IPA recipe feedback on 01-21-2014 at 02:18 PM
Your FG sounds a little high to me given what you started at. Try to bring up the temperature
to about 70º F for a few days just to make sure your yeast has finished everything off. The
last thing you...