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    ABOUT ME

  • Cloister Warmer bsda - Preservation Society Ale apa - Two-Pence-A-Bag english barleywine - Venantius Fortunatus dopplebock - Death Adder belgian specialty ale
  • Saison d'Etienne
  • Weizcracker weizenbock - The Year 999 belgian golden strong ale - Golden Axe tripel - 1/2 gallon 5x fermented fig tripel - 1/2 gallon Black Cherry wood aged weizenbock
  • Burgermeister weizenbock - Northern brewer Bourbon Barrel Porter . . . vanilla beaned! - Cloister Cooler bsda - The Valleys of Languedoc quadrupel- Tincture de Clairvaux bsda-
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  • Posted in thread: Washed yeast flavors on 03-06-2015 at 07:09 PM
    I'm sure you'll be fine ;)

  • Posted in thread: Water profile needed for Imperial Stout on 03-01-2015 at 10:01 PM
    Thank you for taking the time to school me on these matters ajdelange. I really appreciate it.
    I'm thinking too objectively when the subjective aspect of taste and flavor are really what
    personally ma...

  • Posted in thread: Putting together a Belgian Dubbel recipe - critique needed! on 03-01-2015 at 03:33 AM
    Yup, agree with all the above on ibu's. Coriander goes great with lighter Belgian ales but not
    in a dubbel. Other spices such as star anise, cinnamon, cloves could be used but simple is
    best.

  • Posted in thread: Question with Russian Imperial stout on 03-01-2015 at 02:27 AM
    There's no problem with increasing the OG by adding a wort addition, dme, and or sugar at this
    point to get to your target OG if it's a very recent pitch. Depends on your original recipe.
    I'd go with ...

  • Posted in thread: Water profile needed for Imperial Stout on 03-01-2015 at 01:23 AM
    As these additions are intended for the kettle, my darker beers such as bsda's were getting
    about 75% efficiency, my lighter beers are getting +80%, and regardless of the efficiency
    shouldn't I target...

  • Posted in thread: Water profile needed for Imperial Stout on 02-28-2015 at 11:43 PM
    Awesome info guys, thanks so much! I mash at 1.5 qt/lb since I like a more liquid mash for
    biab.

  • Posted in thread: Water profile needed for Imperial Stout on 02-28-2015 at 03:28 AM
    How does about 50ppm for both the chloride and sulfate sound with the RA at about 80ppm? Any
    problems with shooting for the 100's and higher with the RA?

  • Posted in thread: Water profile needed for Imperial Stout on 02-28-2015 at 02:20 AM
    I should add that I like the examples of imperial stouts such as Sierra Nevada's Narwhal,
    Founder's BFS, North Coast's Rasputin,and even baltic porters such as the Smuttynose big beer
    series. These ce...

  • Posted in thread: Water profile needed for Imperial Stout on 02-28-2015 at 02:04 AM
    Here's the recipe:https://www.brewtoad.com/recipes/impishAnd my current water profile
    is:Ca-9Mg-1Na-10.7So4-11.3Cl-26Hardness-26Alkalinity- 12.7HCO3-15This water has been great for
    lighter colored bel...

  • Posted in thread: Just a post to report high temps don't matter that much ;) on 02-27-2015 at 04:56 AM
    Except our snow. We got 2" Wednesday and it shut down the whole city.Yes, I find that
    hilarious. Truly a lack of evolutionary adaption. I still have 4 foot snow drifts around the
    property.

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