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Posted in thread: Malt tea beverage, quick question on 08-02-2006 at 06:08 AM
Don't most commercial alcoholic teas use high proof alcohol mixed with tea flavoring and sugar?
I don't know that they actually ferment anything containing tea? So if you are trying to make a
Posted in thread: HomeBrew Glasses Giveaway Contest! Enter Now on 01-02-2006 at 12:02 AM
Those glasses would look great with my next batch in them!! Count me in, and thanks!
Posted in thread: Bigfoot Barleywine Clone - Sort of... on 11-15-2005 at 05:30 PM
What sort of mashing strategy are you going to use? I would be concerned about the liquid
content of your mash, and the efficency, as you will probably be making a rather thick mash, to
limit the runn...
Posted in thread: Like hops? on 11-15-2005 at 04:23 AM
justbrewit, you REALLY seem to like hops, man.Maybe you should just roll up a big fat doobie of
hop flowers and puff away. :)Hmmm. . . I wonder if that would work out. I'v heard that they are
Posted in thread: Yerba mate recipe on 11-15-2005 at 03:58 AM
Hooray for Mate! I'm addicted to the stuff, have to have it most afternoons if I expect to be
more than comatose. I was wondering about a mate beer sometime last winter, but never got
around to brewin...
Posted in thread: Warm forced Carbonation on 06-06-2005 at 02:39 AM
You might want to check it to make sure (bleed off the pressure, draw a sample, then
repressurize).So what you be checking here? Wouldn't the beer be pretty foamy if it was at room
temp? Does beer ev...
Posted in thread: My airlock is whistling on 06-06-2005 at 02:15 AM
Cooling the ferment will probably slow it down a bit, and might improve the results, depending
on what style of beer you're brewing, and what sort of yeast. From what I have read, many
yeasts develop ...
Posted in thread: Hopless beer recipes? on 06-03-2005 at 04:25 PM
I seem to remeber that some belgian wit beers use coriander for bittering? I know that some
early beers used an herb called henbane for bittering, but they stopped using it since it has
some strong ef...
Posted in thread: Lagering... Questions.... on 06-01-2005 at 02:26 AM
From what I understand, lagers are often fermented in the 50s degree range, then "lagered" at
temps in the high 30s low 40s. As far as time frames are considered, the cooler ferment temps
Posted in thread: No Rinse Sanitizers on 06-01-2005 at 02:15 AM
I use star san acid sanitizer, and do leave things wet when transfering and bottling beer. Last
time I added dry hops to a secondary fermenter, there was still a bit of foam from the
sanitizer (the on...