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Posted in thread: Deschutes Inversion IPA on 02-01-2014 at 06:28 PM
Would you mind sir if I copied your recipe and made some?go ahead these are public domain. Just
make sure you add to this thread to let us know how it worked, if you changed it what you did,
and how t...
Posted in thread: Deschutes Inversion IPA on 07-24-2013 at 06:49 PM
Grain: 15lb 2-row1.5 lb Munich.5lb Carastan.5 lb CrystalHops: 60 min boil: 1.5oz Mag & Nug
blend30min boil: 1oz cent15 min boil: 1.5 oz casc & nugg blendFinishing: 1.5 oz casc & nugg
Posted in thread: adjunct grain temp question on 04-24-2011 at 03:33 PM
can you describe what is off in the flavor? anything in these strike a chord? and possibly
sour. Weird, cos I have been fairly anal with the cleaning and, this being my 6th batch, it's
the first time...
Posted in thread: adjunct grain temp question on 04-22-2011 at 04:18 PM
hi all--Just made a nut-brown. it came out 85% awesome, but the flavour is off. I have a few
thoeries abotu what went not-perfectly, and I have one question:\how important is it that the
Posted in thread: Irish Stout noob on 12-17-2010 at 10:17 PM
You can take your gravity when you rack it into your carboy. You can take your gravity again
when you think you are ready to bottle/keg: if it has not gone down, no worries; if it has,
great, it ferme...
Posted in thread: First run at an IPA Recipe, looking for feedback on 12-17-2010 at 05:19 AM
sounds good...I'm gonna just drop the pellets in thenRack it-- you get a slight yeasty
bitterness if it just sits in the fermenter. then bottle.
Posted in thread: Dry stout v 2.0 on 12-17-2010 at 05:13 AM
OK just kegged my second batch of dry stout 3 days ago.here's the ingredients, provided by
Dan's Homebrew Store in Vancouver:yeast: nottinghamextract: pale maltgrain bill: .5 lb each of
carapils and w...
Posted in thread: keg carbonation question on 12-06-2010 at 09:15 PM
OK. Made and kegged my first batch of dry stout. MMM! However I need some advice regarding
carbonating the keg.First, supposing I have a 20 litre keg (with 20 litres in it), how high
should the pressu...
Posted in thread: hello-- made a stout on 11-23-2010 at 03:21 AM
Hello Vancouver Brewer. Glad to see another canuck getting into the game.What part of Vancouver
are you in? I spent most of my life in Langley up until 6 yrs ago when I moved to Vernon and
Posted in thread: hello-- made a stout on 11-22-2010 at 09:01 PM
hi steinsato-- thanks-- now can you clarify, what is "trub"? I'm guessing I lost about .75
litre in transition from bucket to rackign carboy. I guess if I have a 23 litre recipe I shoudl
start with 25...