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  • Posted in thread: The Pious - Westvleteren 12 style quad - multiple on 01-17-2012 at 04:18 PM
    That looks good.I'm going to try that one also.You said you pitch at 64 degrees, then let the
    yeast self warm/rize to 80 degrees. What is the temp in your fermentation? How much of the rise
    is caused ...

  • Posted in thread: Pannepot (Old Fisherman's Ale) Clone Thread on 05-09-2011 at 05:05 PM
    My recipe looked something like this:13.5 lb Belgian Pilsner3.0 lb CaraMunich III0.3 lb Carafa
    II0.15 lb Chocolate Malt0.15 lb Coffee Malt1.0 lb Flaked Maize2.0 lb D2 Belgian Candi SyrupOG:
    1.099 FG: ...

  • Posted in thread: Pannepot (Old Fisherman's Ale) Clone Thread on 05-08-2011 at 09:56 AM
    I just found this thread. I attempted a Pannepot clone a couple of months ago (it's still in
    secondary and I'll probably bottle in a week or two). Although it's not quite done, I plan on
    brewing anoth...

  • Posted in thread: Why do I have such a problem with diacetyl?? on 05-07-2011 at 02:49 AM
    First 2......... Your assumptions are wrong. You can't go by a pitching date of 2 to 6 days or
    by bubbling of 1 to 2 seconds. You need to know the starting og then the f/g and plan the rest
    in between...

  • Posted in thread: Why do I have such a problem with diacetyl?? on 05-07-2011 at 02:47 AM
    [quote=kinghellsfire_NZ;2901963]I have tested in a lab the mg/L of diacetyl in a wide variety
    of beers and I can tell you that MOST people won't notice anything under 0.2mg/L which is the
    level of mos...

  • Posted in thread: Why do I have such a problem with diacetyl?? on 05-07-2011 at 02:43 AM
    John Palmer has repented for his sin of suggesting that racking after 1 week is desirable, but
    the damage has been done. That piece of terrible advice is still repeated in many pieces of
    literature an...

  • Posted in thread: Why do I have such a problem with diacetyl?? on 05-07-2011 at 02:37 AM
    As I said earlier, diacetyl is not consumed during its active primary fermentation. The vast
    majority is consumed once visual fermentation has stopped. Another poster replied with this
    same fact yet y...

  • Posted in thread: Why do I have such a problem with diacetyl?? on 05-06-2011 at 11:39 PM
    I bottle condition as well, and have found that the beers change considerably within the first
    month of conditioning. I usually start drinking a batch after one week (low carb, slightly
    sweet, lots of...

  • Posted in thread: Why do I have such a problem with diacetyl?? on 05-06-2011 at 11:32 PM
    Also noticed you participated in this thread: you try 'the test'?"How can you tell if the
    diacetyl rest is complete? There's an easy “forcing” test that will only cost you a few ounces
    of beer. Pull ...

  • Posted in thread: Why do I have such a problem with diacetyl?? on 05-06-2011 at 11:27 PM
    All I read in your explanations was that you are bottling too early. I'm also suspicious of
    your detection of diacetyl and whether it's not just esters you are noting.I don't think I've
    ever bottled t...

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Primary 1: Oskar Blues Gordon Clone Secondary 2: Pannepot Old Fishermans Ale Clone Secondary 3: Pre-prohibition American Lager Bottle Conditioning: Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier Bottle Conditioning: Cherry Wheat Bottle Conditioning: Rochefort 10 Clone Drinking: Westvleteren 12 Clone
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