Last Activity:06-03-2007 2:42 AM
Posted in thread: The Brewing Smell on 01-19-2007 at 01:36 AM
Hey all-Apparently, not all roommates like the smell of a boiling wort. Apparently you need new
roomates :) Seriously tho....... for me at least, and im sure im not alone. the smell from the
boil is s...
Posted in thread: Red Tail Ale clone? on 01-11-2007 at 12:37 AM
thanks man!I woulda thought there would be more hops in there tho based on hoppieness of the
Red Tail im enjoying right now :) But I guess homebrewing it all about tweaking things till you
get the per...
Posted in thread: Red Tail Ale clone? on 01-09-2007 at 08:56 PM
This is my all-time favorite American Amber Ale. Ive been searching for many years for
something that I like better, but still havent found it. :) Hands down the most perfect balance
of hops. anyway, ...
Posted in thread: Commercial Beer Aging Question? on 01-09-2007 at 08:34 PM
I recently got some Victory Hop Wallop and I coulda sworn on the outside of the case it said
that since it was bottle conditioned beer, some flavors will mature and can be aged up to 2 or
Posted in thread: Rogue American Amber Ale on 11-16-2006 at 01:03 AM
hey all, Im just curious to hear what all the beer gurus think about Rogue AAA. Normally at the
grocery store here the best beers they would have would be Sierra Nevada, Anchor Steam, and the
Posted in thread: Anchor Steam Christmas ales clone recipes? on 10-02-2006 at 11:32 PM
I havent had it for many years, but I know they used to have a new recipe every year. Is it
concievable that I could find recipes based on each year? the 1989 & 1990 ones were my all-time
Posted in thread: another 'brewed my pumkin ale today' thread :) on 10-02-2006 at 11:35 AM
shared a few with other beer fanatics, and they said it was every bit as good as the Post Road
Pumkin ale they had. But the nutmeg in mine gave a better perception of pumkin pie which what i
Posted in thread: another 'brewed my pumkin ale today' thread :) on 09-06-2006 at 09:49 PM
Just an update since I have a positive one :) As most people told me that the spiceyness i was
worried about would probbaly mellow, it indeed did. I left it in the secondary for 2 weeks,
which also ad...
Posted in thread: why would a brewer use maltodextrin? on 08-22-2006 at 12:44 AM
well the HBS guy suggested I boil it in a cup of water to santize it and disolve it first, then
add to the bottling bucket. just curious if anyone has ever done that and had success or had
Posted in thread: why would a brewer use maltodextrin? on 08-22-2006 at 12:09 AM
has anyone ever added maltodextrin right before bottling with success?