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Posted in thread: english ipa critiques on 01-19-2017 at 11:05 PM
There are a couple of British IPAs that use British Munich malt (seriously, that has been a
thing for over a hundred years). I wouldn't use more than 1/2lb of crystal malt. Make sure to
keep sulphate ...
Posted in thread: ESB Water Profile on 01-19-2017 at 10:53 PM
High sulphate is good
Posted in thread: Thoughts on DIPA (Huell Melon, Mandarin Bavaria + ?) on 01-17-2017 at 07:20 PM
I dry hopped mine with 140g dry hops (70g Mandarina and 70g Melon). No hop aroma. Almost
nothing. I'm very disappointed with these hops, I had the same disappointment with Polaris hops
last year.I'll ...
Posted in thread: Mangrove Jack's US West Coast Ale yeast M44 experience? on 01-16-2017 at 06:32 PM
I've used it several times and it's really reliable. It takes a day or two to start but I think
I've made three beers with it and they've all come out clean and well attenuated. Just chucked
a pack of...
Posted in thread: Hoppy Stout Suggestions? on 01-16-2017 at 06:25 PM
The base grist of a traditional East India Porter is hard to beat. For modern tastes swap to
less bitterness, modern hops, and more late additions. London's The Kernel makes some similar
Posted in thread: How much oatmeal for stout on 01-16-2017 at 06:24 PM
Classic porter grist (works really well): an oatmeal stout brewers added even less than 1%
oats! The cheats!
Posted in thread: IPA Recipe Repeat with Changes - Opinions Please on 01-16-2017 at 06:12 PM
The recipe seems fine to me (I'd drop maybe the crystal malt). The main thing that will help
you with hop punch is the water treatment. If you want to add another yeast to your backburner
I do like th...
Posted in thread: Thoughts on DIPA (Huell Melon, Mandarin Bavaria + ?) on 01-16-2017 at 06:03 PM
So I brewed this one and as an impatient person I tasted the beer after it had sat in the
bottle for 5 days. The result: little to none taste of hops. I hopped the beer as
follows:60min:20g Nelson Sau...
Posted in thread: How do you "double" a beer recipe (and I don't mean the quantity)? on 01-15-2017 at 03:08 PM
Lots of ways to do it. British breweries would traditionally partygile all the singles,
doubles, triples, etc, from a single mash and a couple of boils. The way I personally tend to
do it is to increa...
Posted in thread: Classic Dusseldorf Altbier Recipe. on 01-13-2017 at 09:50 PM
Lots of them use stuff like brewers' caramel / sinamar for colour