Last Activity:11-22-2015 1:17 PM
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Posted in thread: Ashes from grill/smoker on 09-29-2015 at 06:49 PM
Very cool, thanks for this bit of useful information!
Posted in thread: Ashes from grill/smoker on 09-27-2015 at 08:25 AM
Lyer!"A lye is a liquid obtained by leaching ashes (containing largely potassium carbonate or
"potash"), or a strong alkali which is highly soluble in water producing caustic basic
solutions. "Lye" is...
Posted in thread: The Beer of Champagnes on 09-25-2015 at 08:02 PM
You know, the more knowledgeable of Napoleon's troops, when confronted with Berliner Weisse
called it "champagne du nord" - so that would be an obvious choice...
Posted in thread: Ashes from grill/smoker on 09-07-2015 at 03:56 PM
Turns out wood ash is great for cleaning pans amd pots as well as the window of my fireplace.
Gets burnt on stuff off real quick, everything looks as good as new afterwards. And way less
toxic than ag...
Posted in thread: Need Advice, Brewing Dry Dock Vanilla Porter on 07-07-2015 at 04:25 AM
I had great results with the method you propose. Use good quality vanilla, and do not crush -
it is easier to extract flavor by longer contact time and not have to fiddle around with small
Posted in thread: Open fermentation in a plastic DIY Coolship on 06-27-2015 at 05:03 PM
Being in the process of perfecting my Hefe as well (albeit at an earlier stage) I can only
commend your effort. Also, if you can get your habds at a bottle of Schneider Weisse, you have
their house ye...
Posted in thread: Show Us Your Label on 06-06-2015 at 10:07 PM
Like the zombies. Swastika? Not so much.
Posted in thread: Show Us Your Label on 06-06-2015 at 10:06 PM
Does this cross the line?As a German, I gotta say: yes. Yes it does.
Posted in thread: Show Us Your Label on 06-06-2015 at 10:04 PM
Does this cross the line?Being German, I have to say: yes. Yes, it does.
Posted in thread: WARNING: pornographic labels (and one not so pornographic) on 06-06-2015 at 09:59 PM
Did not see the removed pictures, but the one remaining does have roots in art history. Google
for "Klimt" and "Schiele". Art noveau, turn of the century. (19th to 20th, that is).