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Posted in thread: best DRY yeast for malty American IPA on 11-04-2011 at 09:18 PM
I've just done a side by side of USO5 and SO4 in an IPA.While O4 does come off as more malty it
seemed to wash out the flavour a bit. It didn't accentuate the hops at all - the level of hop
aroma was ...
Posted in thread: best DRY yeast for malty American IPA on 11-03-2011 at 07:06 PM
Thanks, but isn't S04 a high-attenuation yeast? I really am looking for residual sweetness
Posted in thread: best DRY yeast for malty American IPA on 11-03-2011 at 06:23 PM
Hi all,I am going to brew a gluten-free American-style IPA. I've tried Nottingham in the past,
but I find that the high attenuation leaves barely any malty character (it finishes too dry for
Posted in thread: Best book on malting? on 09-16-2011 at 10:57 PM
Thanks!I'm not really interested in whisky. Just malts and the science behind malting and
kilning, especially in beer making.
Posted in thread: Best book on malting? on 09-16-2011 at 10:05 PM
Hi all,Does anybody know if there's a 'bible' on malting (for pros and home malters alike) out
Posted in thread: Rice Recipe-- opinions please on 08-23-2011 at 01:59 PM
Gengis - any update on how your beer turned out? I've got a couple of friends who have
developed gluten intolerance so they asked me to try making a GF beer so I'm starting to look
for good recipes. A...
Posted in thread: Brown vs white rice syrup on 07-28-2011 at 10:46 PM
I Totally agree with DKershner. I've tried an all-rice pale ale (80% BRS and 20% dark roasted
rice) and the taste is very very fruity and tart. The aromas are those of pineapple and passion
fruit. I w...
Posted in thread: gluten-free belgian clone on 07-26-2011 at 12:12 PM
Just wondering, where can you buy malted quinoa? I have a friend whos dad has a gluten alergy
but loves beer and hes tired of using sorghum. Thanks!In the US, you can buy malted quinoa at:
I prefer t...
Posted in thread: gluten-free belgian clone on 07-26-2011 at 03:16 AM
Well... My dark belgian clone tastes more like an english stout, but it is de-li-cious; good
balance of coffee-like bitterness, hop bitterness, fruity esters and dark caramel notes. BTW, I
think that ...
Posted in thread: Gluten-Free Oatmeal Stout - Feedback? on 07-19-2011 at 09:32 PM
Ah, my bad. Didn't realize S-04 was GF... I'm getting the hang of it, still trying to knock-out
the gory details :DAnd to Gengis: I'm not saying your wrong but wouldn't it be a bad idea to