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Posted in thread: what will brown sugar or molasses do to this? on 07-17-2009 at 03:13 PM
just ordered my ingredients for my Russian Imperial Stout. I want a complex brew that will take
my taste buds on a huge journey, so i'd like to add everything up to the kitchen sink....in
that vain, i...
Posted in thread: Southern Tier Creme Brule stout Clone on 07-17-2009 at 01:27 PM
i want to THANK YOU for this post. i had never heard of southern teir and of course, couldn't
get it in mississippi if i had......looking over their beers and ideas, MAN, i love it....i'm
trying my be...
Posted in thread: To Clone Or Not To Clone??? on 07-16-2009 at 10:31 PM
i'm kinda curious whether or not most people when starting out clone some brews they dig,
getting a better feel for the process and then move on to creating recipes that are mostly your
own or did you...
Posted in thread: brown malt...... on 07-16-2009 at 07:46 PM
Posted in thread: brown malt...... on 07-16-2009 at 04:47 PM
is brown malt the same as roasted barley - by way of AHB's description, i think it's close but
not sure? i'm trying to put together my recipe for an RIS with vanilla (buying from austin hb)
and the re...
Posted in thread: describe "cloying" please on 07-11-2009 at 03:52 PM
THANKS EVERYONE!it's no small thing that simply waiting may pull this all together. i figure as
my skill improves, so will my beer, and i appreciate ya'll taking the time!gator
Posted in thread: describe "cloying" please on 07-10-2009 at 06:57 PM
THANKS folks!!! i always forget the recipe - sorry.here it is:1# american caramel 60L8#
alexanders pale liquid0.5 oz Chinook 13% AA (60 min)1 oz Centennial 10% AA (20 min)0.5 oz
Cascade 5.5% AA (15 mi...
Posted in thread: describe "cloying" please on 07-10-2009 at 05:09 PM
this has probably been beaten to death but could someone describe a "cloying" taste? my first
batch has been in secondary for several weeks now and i tried some of it last night, along w/
checking a h...
Posted in thread: Characteristics Of A Russian Imperial Stout on 07-06-2009 at 04:00 PM
addendum:i'll be using wlp007 dry enlish ale yeast or something similar if unavailable instead
of the high gravity yeast i listed.gator
Posted in thread: Characteristics Of A Russian Imperial Stout on 07-06-2009 at 03:50 PM
posted this a few weeks ago and haven't made any changes.... brewed it yet or bought
supplies....wanted some experienced taste buds to help.i'm "so far" satisfied w/ it, and it
scored 100% in the lit...