Last Activity:05-02-2009 4:04 AM
Posted in thread: finaly got lager beer right on 04-25-2009 at 07:00 PM
I love pale lager and they say its the hardest to brew right. ive always had a flaw an
aftertaste in my partial extract bottled beers, kind of a cappy, cardboardy taste I would try
aging for 6 months ...
Posted in thread: I'm screwed before I even started.... on 03-11-2009 at 03:05 AM
why dont you use the old cooler ice bottle method, freeze two liter pop bottles filled with
water. submerge 5 gal carboy in cooler that is filled quarter full with water, one frozen liter
in cooler wi...
Posted in thread: Super Juice home brew on 01-14-2009 at 05:16 AM
Has anyone tried brewing or thinking of brewing super juice. apparently the home brew has been
causing a splash in dry aborignial communities in northern canada. after googling around some,
I think th...
Posted in thread: old speckled hen with pink malts on 12-17-2008 at 05:43 AM
in the recipe forum for old speckled hen by bah humbug, per quote,"Apparently the distinctive
fruity and malty flavour comes from a mix of pink and crystal malts "Where can I buy these pink
Posted in thread: All time cheapest ingredients on 07-23-2008 at 04:18 AM
When I used to live in Denver some beer distributers/warehouses would sell dented cans, extra
lots, real cheap. just look them up in the yellow pages .
Posted in thread: Yet another yeast harvesting thread (with pics)... halfway there on 09-23-2007 at 11:50 PM
I never understood why more people dont use agar slants, it takes so much less space in the
fridge! All you do is boil geletin with some water and DME. Get some pyrex test tubes from a
hobby shop. til...
Posted in thread: Stamp out homebrew yeast bite! on 07-01-2007 at 11:53 PM
Im only drinking a 12 oz bottle a week, for testing purposes, until yeast bite is gone. Started
this thread out of boredom, and not intended to be taken seriously.
Posted in thread: KC blvds. Bully Porter has yeast bite! on 07-01-2007 at 06:58 PM
Yes, I did drink the beer the same night I bought it and it had a 10 mile car ride, though I
dont think it agaited it that much. Ill give bully stout another chance and let it settle for a
few days be...
Posted in thread: Stamp out homebrew yeast bite! on 07-01-2007 at 06:46 PM
Yeah, Ive brewed lagers before and expected yeast bite at two weeks. after about five weeks it
gets a lot better. I get alittle impatient sometimes, I had to quit brewing for awhile when I
Posted in thread: KC blvds. Bully Porter has yeast bite! on 07-01-2007 at 06:29 PM
Im not drinking it too soon, they are selling it too soon. When I buy a beer I expect to be
able to drink it that night and any aging that is needed to improve taste will be done on the
brewers time, ...