Last Activity:12-18-2009 8:38 PM
Posted in thread: The Strange Batch of Fr. Jekyll and Br. Hyde on 12-18-2009 at 12:31 PM
Brewing Techniques is an awesome resource, thanks!However, my thought was to make a single, 10g
(maybe 8g) batch and split it in the fermenter.Thanks,In that case, everything looks fine. I do
it all t...
Posted in thread: The Strange Batch of Fr. Jekyll and Br. Hyde on 12-18-2009 at 03:50 AM
I did something similar recently (July) with the second runnings of a barley wine I made. I
shot for a 1.090 OG on the BW, and then about 1.030 (ended up about 1.040 after some extra
efficency) for a ...
Posted in thread: Strangest Brews on 12-11-2008 at 07:07 PM
I've done a Ginger Peach Red Ale with Saison Yeast. Dry and yummy
Posted in thread: C-Brite No Rinse Solution on 11-21-2008 at 07:14 PM
When I used C-brite I weighed it. The packets are 0.8 oz, so 2 oz per 5 gallon would be
correct. Interestingly they have changed the labeling on the package and no longer call it a
sanitizer. IIRC it ...
Posted in thread: C-Brite No Rinse Solution on 11-21-2008 at 05:47 PM
Hey all - When I started brewing I used C-Brite as a no rinse sanitizing solution. I've read
conflicting reports about the necessity of rinsing or not. I know that they make .8 oz packets
to be used i...
Posted in thread: pale 2 row vs. american 2 row? on 11-07-2008 at 06:16 PM
Most likely they are similar. What you need to check is who the manufacturer of the "American
2-row" malt is, and then compare the stats for each. There's a distinct possibility that
they're close eno...
Posted in thread: Hotd Dave - Anyone ever try and "eisbock"? on 09-17-2008 at 10:28 PM
Wow, didn't realize that it'd get that in depth, nor would there be any skirting of legality.
Guess I should look into it a bit further.Lock away, mods!
Posted in thread: Which ale yeast to use? on 09-17-2008 at 08:24 PM
US-05 is going to be clean and not add much in the way of fruity esters, as long as you ferment
it at reasonably low temps (65F-ish). S-04 would work well, too.Good luck!Cheers,
Posted in thread: Which of your beers do you always have? on 09-17-2008 at 08:06 PM
In '08 I've gone through a "double batch" phase, making the same beer twice in a row/same day
and tweaking them differently in subtle ways. Unfortunately, most of them have been big beers
and have tak...
Posted in thread: Hotd Dave - Anyone ever try and "eisbock"? on 09-17-2008 at 07:20 PM
Hey all - I'm interested in creating an Eisbock out of a barleywine I'm planning on making. Has
anyone ever had any experiences doing such a thing? Thoughts on freezing process??Cheers,