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Posted in thread: Smokey Mead on 05-29-2012 at 11:05 PM
Summer 2012 UpdateI added no chips...mainly because I think starting off with so many flavors
is kind of crazy and makes it tougher to know exactly where the flavors were coming from. This
batch is a ...
Posted in thread: Smokey Mead on 03-03-2012 at 07:02 PM
I haven't responded to this thread in forever...I made a tincture with my smoked apples and
added them to 2 gallons of mead, it smells fantastic and is taking on a great color. I have
some smoked oak ...
Posted in thread: Smokey Mead on 06-28-2011 at 09:12 PM
You know I actually bought some smoked tea from the Stash Tea people since there are close to
me, the smoked darjeeling was garbage it was so weak but for mead...who knows.
Posted in thread: Smokey Mead on 03-30-2011 at 07:58 PM
You know I think peated malt can be used in brewing but super sparingly. I made an imperial
porter and used 3 lbs of cherrywood smoked malt and half pound of the peated and the smoked
flavor was super...
Posted in thread: Smokey Mead on 03-30-2011 at 07:52 PM
I smoked 2lbs apples and they taste fantastic, used applewood chips and apple juice in the
liquid tray. I cored and cut the apples into 8 pieces. I think I left them in there for 4-5
hours. I also smo...
Posted in thread: Coffee Beans in the Secondary on 03-30-2011 at 07:34 PM
Do you guys have any idea how much residual sugar might be in coffee beans? I transferred the
beer to the secondary (once bubbles were between 90-120 seconds apart) and added a half pound
of coffee be...
Posted in thread: Smokey Mead on 03-22-2011 at 06:26 PM
I'm buying some american oak cubes this weekend and 2 lbs of granny smith apples and right now
the plan is to use applewood to smoke them with since that's what I have, any other
suggestions. I'm goin...
Posted in thread: Hitachino Nest Red rice ale and Koji? on 03-22-2011 at 04:39 PM
Hey guys, love this thread.Could you take the process used to make sake and instead of using
rice, use grain? I don't really know a lot about Koji other than it breaks down starches.I'm
also curious t...
Posted in thread: Sake Techniques applied to Grain Brewing on 03-22-2011 at 03:59 PM
No I haven't even heard of that. I think Great Divide makes an all rice beer as well. Thanks
for the reply.The basic premise of my question I guess is that would adding Koji to grain work?
Posted in thread: Sake Techniques applied to Grain Brewing on 03-22-2011 at 04:59 AM
I'm a big fan of Sake, I live about 5 miles from the only Sake brewery in America. I love the
smooth/creamy texture and started to wonder if you could apply the same techniques with