Last Activity:09-23-2016 6:03 AM
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Posted in thread: "Northeast" style IPA on 09-25-2016 at 03:51 AM
I'm curious who wrote the recipes because JZ has a pretty well documented position against NE
Ales...Pretty sure he came out and clarified that the beer that started this "drama" wasn't an
NEIPA but j...
Posted in thread: Anyone ever use Fast Pitch canned wort for starters? on 09-19-2016 at 02:09 PM
I've been wondering about the whole botulism thing. If it's not safe to store a quart jar of
wort in the freezer, then what about White Lab vials that I refill with yeast built up from
starters? I've ...
Posted in thread: Anyone ever use Fast Pitch canned wort for starters? on 09-19-2016 at 02:07 PM
If you boil the frozen wort before using you are fine.Potentially Dangerous misinformation. As
noted in the posts up above , botulism spores are not killed by boiling. It would kill the
toxin if boile...
Posted in thread: Yeast for Vienna lager on 09-15-2016 at 04:55 AM
Wlp940...Seconded. If you are after negro modelo.... Probably want to use the modelo yeast
Posted in thread: Anyone ever use Fast Pitch canned wort for starters? on 09-15-2016 at 04:54 AM
Ive been using fast pitch for a while. i can have my starter going on my stirplate in under 5
mins with no boiling of anything and its been making pretty healthy starters consistently. the
only thing ...
Posted in thread: "Northeast" style IPA on 09-08-2016 at 06:40 AM
My current Grain Bill:I aim for about 1.060 OG40% 2 Row40% Golden Promise8% Flaked Oats4%
Flaked Barley4% Weyerman Wheat2% Flaked Wheat2% Honey maltBrau - perhaps this has been
discussed earlier in th...
Posted in thread: Help with IPA Critique.. Going for Juicy NE style on 08-14-2016 at 04:40 AM
Your sulfate to chloride ratio is backwards for an IPA from anywhere. I'm still trying
different ones each time and so far 100 ppm chloride and 300 ppm sulfate gives a smooth
bitterness and brighter h...
Posted in thread: Weyerbacher Double Simcoe DIPA on 08-04-2016 at 06:11 PM
that amount of crystal immediately jumped out at me too.the hopping is also something i did not
expect. this beer has been around for 10 years. 8 OZ WP hop and 8 OZ DH i would have figured to
Posted in thread: Stone Thunderstruck IPA on 07-16-2016 at 10:36 PM
1.004, stable for 2 days. I was pretty shocked as it only took 5 days to ferment.I am very
interested (confused) how a beer with 7/16lbs of the grist being crystal got down to 1.004.
Posted in thread: Cloning HopHands by Tired Hands Brewing Company on 07-08-2016 at 05:42 AM
awesome! i've been wondering about this.Me as well. Have an 20% oat malt beer queued up for
this weekend ( where I'd otherwise use flaked oats), but not a side by side. However, Ed knows
this recipe w...