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Posted in thread: Could this explain my over-carbed Czech Pilsner? on 07-28-2015 at 07:12 PM
34/70 is the same as wyeast2124. With how they measure attenuation, it is listed as 73-77. It
is possible it attenuated more, but with the levels of gushing, it may be more likely to be an
Posted in thread: My first lager in the planning... Vienna/Amber. on 07-28-2015 at 06:49 PM
You can definitely skip the mash out decoction with no effect on the final beer. I usually use
an infusion to reach mash out temp. With the malts you are using, id move the protein rest up
to 131. Tha...
Posted in thread: Cascadian Dark Wheat on 07-28-2015 at 05:56 PM
midnight wheat is basically a domestic carafa 3, there isnt much taste difference. So, yeah,
that will make a lower hopped/gravity CDA. Centennial is pretty much the generic NW hop, no one
is going to...
Posted in thread: Help with Beamish clone on 07-28-2015 at 05:23 AM
Its confusing. Hallertau is a famous hop growing region of germany. When hops are from there,
they are labeled Hallertau _variety name_. Most of the hops grown there are old landrace hops,
or related ...
Posted in thread: Polaris Hops on 07-27-2015 at 11:56 PM
Really oily. The description of mint/eucalyptus candy/toothpaste is not far off. I liked them
mixed in small amounts with other hops if used as a late addition. They are very strong. As a
Posted in thread: Help with Beamish clone on 07-27-2015 at 11:53 PM
Id sub caraaroma for the c-190. This is not a super hoppy beer, with a fair amount of roast.
Frankly the hop ratios wont matter much. He does list 3 hops though.... "Challenger" "EKG" and
Posted in thread: Yeast Recommendation for Baltic Porter (1.080 OG) on 07-27-2015 at 07:01 PM
Not airtight (the starter is producing co2.) Loose, but not so loose it will blow off in a
faint breeze. And dust cant fall in.
Posted in thread: Help me autopsy my stout. on 07-25-2015 at 04:44 PM
Are you doing any water chem? If you have soft water the first mash would have been way too low
ph, and the 2nd mash too high. Usually thats not going to lead to completely undrinkable, but
Posted in thread: Alcoholic taste to the beer on 07-25-2015 at 02:38 AM
Well too things can cause an alcoholic taste to the beer; a young high alcohol beer, or a beer
that is full of higher fusel alcohols. If your beer is over 6% abv, it may just need to sit for
a while t...
Posted in thread: Smoked baltic-ish porter recipe critique on 07-24-2015 at 08:28 PM
As a Porter it looks fine. Brown malt is great in a porter, and 4# of rauchmalt (i assume thats
what you mean by smoked malt) will give a noticeable/medium smokiness depending on how fresh
the malt yo...