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Posted in thread: Easy Drinking Amber/Red = Struggle on 08-26-2014 at 07:26 PM
Ok, what do you guys think of this:
Posted in thread: Easy Drinking Amber/Red = Struggle on 08-26-2014 at 03:20 PM
I see you are in IA. I am in VA and I must say, one of the best Reds I have ever tasted was
from BJ's Brewery. If you have anyway of getting the recipe, I would shoot for that. Very very
good.this is ...
Posted in thread: Easy Drinking Amber/Red = Struggle on 08-26-2014 at 03:15 PM
Please take this with a grain of salt (or grain?) because I am fairly new to this hobby, but I
believe I have been looking for something similar to what you have requested. After reading a
few dozen r...
Posted in thread: Easy Drinking Amber/Red = Struggle on 08-25-2014 at 03:47 AM
Go with a 60 shilling scottish and change the yeast to what you like, S-05? :)Could be a
jumping off point if I keep any smoke/roast to a minimum and finish it clean with a 1056 or
yeah S-05 or simila...
Posted in thread: Easy Drinking Amber/Red = Struggle on 08-25-2014 at 03:43 AM
How about the American amber every one knows (and tends to like)? A Fat Tire clone would be a
classic choice.Not sure what it is about Fat Tire but I've never been a fan. Do agree it may be
a good cho...
Posted in thread: Easy Drinking Amber/Red = Struggle on 08-25-2014 at 01:34 AM
I thought it would be super easy to find a real easy drinking session American amber/red but
I'm kinda struggling. :drunk:What I'm wanting is a low IBU session type red (say 4.0 - 5.5 %
range) that yo...
Posted in thread: Off Flavor? on 09-09-2013 at 10:50 PM
Depending on yeast, that temp could cause a citrusy taste. I just finished a keg of CB that had
the peachy flavor (US05) which was fermented in the upper 60's and that was the vessel temp. I
used to f...
Posted in thread: Do you dry hop in the primary or the secondary? on 09-09-2013 at 10:41 PM
I've dry hopped toward the end of primary and directly in the keg. Can't say I've noticed much
difference either way and since the latter is easier/safer IMO, I go that route exclusively
Posted in thread: Summer Pale Ale on 09-03-2013 at 05:37 PM
Really wanting to brew this but the HBS was out of Amarillo. What's your thought on going all
in with Falconer's instead for the 15 & 1 additions? Or Falconer's for the 15 and 1 and then
also add citr...
Posted in thread: Mild Mannered Ale (AG) (E) UK/US on 07-04-2013 at 06:18 AM
I have brewed this several times now using a Fullers strain with great results. I ferment at
62°F for a nice clean finish or a couple of degrees more if I want to mix it up a bit.Brandon+1
to this app...