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Posted in thread: Re-pitching Slurry Graivty question on 10-04-2015 at 09:11 PM
Once the gravity of the wort goes past a certain level then yeast suffers from osmotic
pressure, which isn't good for it. It's why you have to pitch so much more yeast for bigger
beers and it's not a ...
Posted in thread: Mild Ale on 10-03-2015 at 09:23 PM
Bathams is a good example of that - their mild is the same grist as their bitter, just liquored
back a bit then they use dark invert in the mild and light invert in the bitter. Both perfect
Posted in thread: Mild Ale on 10-02-2015 at 09:39 PM
Yeah it is Although there over 100 breweries here now, most of the newer ones want to make
trendy beers, i.e. what is big on the american craft brewing sceneAnd those who make mostly
cask ale need to ...
Posted in thread: Mild Ale on 10-02-2015 at 07:00 PM
I don't really make them, in fact it's almost extinct in scotland. I know loch lomond brewery
make a good one although it's amped up so to speak at 3.8%. They are essentially the same as
Posted in thread: Mild Ale on 10-02-2015 at 01:19 PM
Some milds have more bitterness like joey holts one is over 30ibu. Also remember the
calculators tend to work out wort ibus, not beer ibus, so it'll be less than what you
Posted in thread: English Ale on 10-02-2015 at 11:38 AM
The big thing is the low carbonation. How do you accomplish this with out it tasting like flat
beer. The bartender explained to me there was no carbonation just a little air from the pump.
But like I ...
Posted in thread: English Ale on 10-01-2015 at 11:25 PM
For the hoppy ones have a look at golden ale recipes, most now use lots of new world hops. Aim
for about 4%, no caramel malts, bit of torrified wheat and low colour marris otter etc. about
35 ibu post...
Posted in thread: Commercial beer that have clear grain bills on 09-30-2015 at 07:06 PM
Timmy Taylor landlord is all golden promise too
Posted in thread: Homemade Bread Thread on 09-27-2015 at 09:19 PM
I made my first sourdough starter a few weeks ago and have since baked three loaves with it.
This was the first, small loaf, it was pretty tasty but not as good as the next two. I'll
certainly be baki...
Posted in thread: Porter Lager? on 09-27-2015 at 03:39 PM
Google baltic porters... edit- very late :)Back in the day porter/stout brewers were separate
from ale brewers in the uk, they had different measurements, different industrial guilds,