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Posted in thread: Wlp830 d-rest question again😩 on 08-17-2016 at 10:00 PM
Thanks for the advice Yooper. I have read thousands of your threads and I trust/appreciate your
input. I wanted to check it a day earlier when my closet smelled like massive egg farts coming
from the ...
Posted in thread: Wlp830 d-rest question again😩 on 08-17-2016 at 06:12 PM
Boy are you in a hurry. Only 4 days in the fermenter and you think it's done already? I just
used WLP830 in two marzens and they took about 10 days to finish. I did a diacetyl rest on both
for almost ...
Posted in thread: Wlp830 d-rest question again😩 on 08-17-2016 at 05:35 PM
So before we start, this is my 2nd true lager. I have brewed for 8 or so years and consider
myself relatively knowledgeable. I have done many pseudo lagers but this only my 2nd lager
ever, sad I know....
Posted in thread: Bravo and El Dorado hops? on 02-03-2016 at 11:35 PM
I love El Dorado hops, they are one of my favorite and I use them in my pale ale. Hop schedule
for it is:.5 oz Magnum 60 Min1 oz El Dorado 15 Min1 oz El Dorado 5 MinI have had many people
Posted in thread: Bravo and El Dorado hops? on 02-03-2016 at 11:31 PM
El Dorado is a great hop. One of the most fruity hops I've brewed with and has always come
through very aromatic/flavorful in all the brews I've made with it.My only encounter with Bravo
was in a Come...
Posted in thread: Bravo and El Dorado hops? on 01-16-2016 at 01:41 AM
Anyone have any real experience with Bravo or El Dorado hops? I bought a couple of ounces of
each and I have found very little on either. I am more curious about Bravo. From what I've
read, they can b...
Posted in thread: Critique my pale ale on 10-06-2015 at 09:29 PM
Sure, go ahead and post it. I brewed a batch recently and tried first wort hopping for the
first time. I'm curious to see what others do.I call it Sierra Nasty... Don't hate on the name.
It was inspir...
Posted in thread: Critique my pale ale on 10-06-2015 at 07:42 PM
i agree with shifting the hop additions a bit. 45 and 30min additions are a complete waste IME.
You are better off adjusting your bittering addition a bit and saving the rest of it for
flameout. This ...
Posted in thread: Critique my pale ale on 10-06-2015 at 07:35 PM
That looks really nice. I might consider experimenting with moving some of the Chinook to the
boil and some of the Cascade to the dry hop. Also, the Greenbelt yeast sounds really
interesting, I'd not ...
Posted in thread: Critique my pale ale on 10-06-2015 at 02:58 AM
So here is a recipe I made a few months back. Going to make it again for my personal keg. Just
wondered what others thought. 9.5# 2-row.5# Red wheat.5# munich light.25 # C20.25# C602 oz