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Posted in thread: Cranberry on 10-22-2008 at 01:22 AM
I tossed that idea around. We ended up cooking down a pound of cranberries in about a quart of
water and this cranberry concentrate I got from my store. About 8oz of it. Boiled it in the
wort for abou...
Posted in thread: Cranberry on 10-16-2008 at 08:46 PM
Nice, I had been thinking about that method, but the pectin would be the biggest issue. I had
forgotten about the pectic enzyme. I'm gonna look for it at the store, and also pick up some
Posted in thread: Cranberry on 10-16-2008 at 08:33 PM
Ok, so not too long ago we made a Blueberry Wheat. Turned out not too shabby, nice little blue
highlight and the flavor was very wheat, berry the biscuit and honey which was pretty cool.
Problem was t...
Posted in thread: Wort is up with my wort? (pumpkin ale) on 09-15-2008 at 08:35 PM
DiscoFetus,I used Safale S-04, an English Ale yeast. It was recommended by my LHBS, seemed to
do just the trick. I let it sit in the primary for 1 week, then racked to secondary for 2
weeks, and I bot...
Posted in thread: Wort is up with my wort? (pumpkin ale) on 09-12-2008 at 05:22 PM
Did you use canned pumpkin in the boil and also transfer it to the primary? I think that is
what caused all the crap in mine. Mine took a little over a week to completely ferment. I had
also added sug...
Posted in thread: Wort is up with my wort? (pumpkin ale) on 09-12-2008 at 05:20 PM
We tasted ours the other day...filtered it like crazy going into secondary, which is where it
sits, sleeping...The nutmeg was a little overpowering, but I think it will die out a little.
The pumpkin a...
Posted in thread: Wort is up with my wort? (pumpkin ale) on 08-31-2008 at 02:04 PM
Thanks for this post! We just put together our first pumpkin ale and are not sure what to
expect. We boiled the pumpkin for the entire length of the boil with no burning. We rack this
baby into second...
Posted in thread: Euro Beer travels on 08-20-2008 at 01:02 AM
I think I remember seeing that one. There were quite a few of those in brussels too.
Posted in thread: Euro Beer travels on 08-19-2008 at 04:39 PM
Ok cool, here is the final of all the pics. Its a photobucket account. Check out the left
sidebar and click on the albums. Somehow Belgium got put into a subcategory of Amsterdam...go
Posted in thread: Euro Beer travels on 08-02-2008 at 03:23 AM
Next time, if you can make it to Cologne, it's definitely a must-do stop - well worth going out
of your way for. It has one of Europe's most unique beer cultures and is a magnificent city.
Try the Fru...