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Posted in thread: Coldbreak Brewing Herms Giveaway! on 07-28-2015 at 01:09 PM
Posted in thread: 100% Oat Beer on 07-28-2015 at 01:28 AM
This thread is so long now it is hard to locate all the details. Can you purchase malted oats
or is this experiment home malted?
Posted in thread: How to add permanent volume markings to a kettle (illustrated) on 07-26-2015 at 11:08 PM
I went a little different way. I purchased some stainless steel strap and polished it before
etching. I marked it so that I could tell the volume with or without my chiller coils in the
kettle. The le...
Posted in thread: Brewing an IPA next weekend, here is the plan on 07-25-2015 at 10:56 PM
Would be interested in your final numbers! Volume of wart and gravity reading.Good problem to
have reducing added sugars rather than more!
Posted in thread: Single Infusion Mash for Millet? Too good to be true? on 07-13-2015 at 12:03 AM
Disregard my previous advice!My mill jams on pure Buckwheat with small gaps but today, because
of the recent discussion, I tried mixing the buckwheat with the millet and it went right
through with a g...
Posted in thread: Gluten Free AG Questions on 07-12-2015 at 11:30 PM
Ok, I finally got a chance to brew. Brutally hot day to brew, but I survived, barely!I did a
pretty basic pale ale with OG=1.052, and moderately hopped with EK Goldings. I plan on
fermenting at 62F in...
Posted in thread: Single Infusion Mash for Millet? Too good to be true? on 07-02-2015 at 09:40 AM
My experience is with buckwheat you need to go LARGE. I do mine around 0.045" (1.1mm). At that
gap every kernel gets a good crush and you can run through at a nice even slow speed. Run
through twice i...
Posted in thread: All Grain Lager Recipe on 06-07-2015 at 01:09 PM
I know this thread is a little old now but I came across it researching.The instructions that
came with my EC Kraus Diatase said "For each pound of starchy adjunct added to a mash, add 1/2
Posted in thread: moved - Sorghum extract recipe on 05-28-2015 at 10:08 AM
Good point! New Planet and Redbridge are my suggestions to show you what you are getting into,
but remember that your homebrew will likely be better.
Posted in thread: Gluten Free AG Questions on 05-28-2015 at 10:03 AM
This last one finished at 1.008, so pretty low. This was also the first ale that I was able to
control fermentation temp and keep it low (65F). Everyone says that temperature control is the
key to mov...