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Posted in thread: Homebrewing Blog on 08-31-2012 at 03:57 PM
Yeah that was my biggest hold up as well. I feel if you are just sitting in front of your
webcam doing reviews you are going to have a tough time breaking into the scene and getting a
ton of viewers. ...
Posted in thread: Homebrewing Blog on 08-31-2012 at 03:17 AM
I just went public with a brand new project I've been working on. Taking my blog to the next
level and bringing it to YouTube. This is just the first of many videos. We have some
absolutely crazy stuf...
Posted in thread: Looking for help. Trying to draw inspiration from a local Pale Ale on 06-06-2012 at 01:21 AM
Here's what I came up with. I would appreciate any feedback, regardless of whether you've
tasted the original beer. My only concern is I'd like it to be a bit darker, maybe more like a
red ale in colo...
Posted in thread: Looking for help. Trying to draw inspiration from a local Pale Ale on 06-04-2012 at 07:58 PM
Massachusetts has a fairly new brewery located out of Ipswich, MA. Notch Brewing has the
mindset that we need more session ales and they should never be lacking in flavor.I recently
had their Notch Se...
Posted in thread: Homebrewing Blog on 02-09-2012 at 02:01 PM
I use analytics as well. I'm a huge numbers fan. It's nice seeing how many people are actually
reading what you have to write and how spread out across the world they are.
Posted in thread: My Sculpture was not created equal! on 02-09-2012 at 11:58 AM
It works well for full batches. Not so well on 6 gallon batches. If I were to do it again I
would install it a bit lower. It was also a pain to roll the coil. The tubing is pretty thin
and wanted to k...
Posted in thread: My Sculpture was not created equal! on 02-09-2012 at 02:03 AM
Man very nice job on the whole project. I love the idea of building the immersion chiller
directly into the keggle. Anymore information on that? After seeing it, I think I'll do that as
Posted in thread: First Time Step Mashing Question, Beta Glucanase Rest on 02-01-2012 at 02:23 AM
I'm currently reading the "Methods of Mashing" chapter in How To Brew. Palmer suggests starting
with a stiff mash (.75 to 1 qt/lb) when using a cooler for your multi-rest mash. Using this, I
Posted in thread: First Time Step Mashing Question, Beta Glucanase Rest on 02-01-2012 at 01:22 AM
This will be my first time using Flaked Anything in an All-Grain batch, so I'm not sure if I'll
have a stuck parge or not. If I went with a .9-1qt/lb rest, I'd be looking at roughly 2.75
gallons with ...
Posted in thread: First Time Step Mashing Question, Beta Glucanase Rest on 02-01-2012 at 12:56 AM
I'm going in the same situation. I'm making a White IPA which includes 26% Flaked Oats/Barley.
I've only ever done single-step infusions.My recipe is currently 11.5, which includes 1/2 lb.
of rice hul...
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