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Posted in thread: Homebrew Supply Keg System Giveaway on 03-05-2016 at 05:35 AM
Amber Waves, all-grain!
Posted in thread: "It's a proprietary hop blend" on 11-16-2015 at 01:47 AM
I think this place deserves at least another shot. I'm sure the business aspect and its stress
can overshadow or even negate the joy of beer and brewing, especially in a brand new place.
Posted in thread: Skim the mold or toss? on 11-10-2015 at 01:21 AM
I had an infection with a porter once, very similar to what you describe. Everything smelled
fine, samples tasted fine, so I bottled it. Carefully transferred to bottling bucket at
bottling time, turn...
Posted in thread: C Hop IPA help on 11-09-2015 at 04:47 AM
I love some victory malt in an IPA. I wouldn't mess with the grain bill, munich and victory go
well together and it's all nicely proportioned. Just my opinion. OP, is this a 6 gallon batch?
Posted in thread: Was S-04 the right choice? on 11-09-2015 at 04:16 AM
You'll probably still enjoy the beer keeping the ferm temp low like you're doing. To me that
yeast starts tasting weird (tart, pineapple) when it gets a little warmer.
Posted in thread: C Hop IPA help on 11-09-2015 at 04:07 AM
I'm with Sammy. Late additions and hopstand plus dryhop will give you the citrus bomb you're
looking for. Nice grain bill, by the way. I'd mash 152ish. I feel 156 would be too high, and
would rather a...
Posted in thread: new brewers / reducing the brew day on 11-09-2015 at 03:05 AM
Hey OP, have a beer and chill the eff out.
Posted in thread: new brewers / reducing the brew day on 11-08-2015 at 11:52 PM
The people who obsess with making brew-day as short and easy as possible are forgetting that
brewing is a hobby, so you're suppose to enjoy it (or most of it, but most hobbies have their
Posted in thread: How does this look for an IPA? on 11-04-2015 at 10:46 PM
Looks good. A lot of excellent IPAs have similarly simple grain bills. I recommend doing
another IPA to explore some specialty grains, like victory malt (my favorite addition in IPAs)
and honey malt, ...
Posted in thread: How does this look for an IPA? on 11-03-2015 at 11:53 PM
About 5% maximum crystal malts is a good guideline for an American IPA, where you want to the
hops to pop. I would never consider roasted barley, even in small amounts, unless for a Black
IPA, but tha...