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Posted in thread: 1 Barter Ginger Beer & No Strings Ginger Ale recipes on 12-19-2012 at 08:50 PM
.I have not tried this recipe out yet due to college obligations; however, general rule of
thumb is to get the same flavor, then you need to keep the same proportions of ingredients. If
you do not inc...
Posted in thread: 1 Barter Ginger Beer & No Strings Ginger Ale recipes on 07-11-2012 at 03:54 PM
In case anyone is wondering, using bakers yeast with this recipe is a terrible idea.
*facepalm*Its happened to me before (when making rootbeer). I'd be willing to bet everyone has
made that mistake!
Posted in thread: Juniper Mead Recipe on 05-28-2012 at 12:15 AM
so about a month later I have tasted the mead and instead I added 12 crushed Juniper berries to
the concoction and I have allowed it to ferment. There is a hint of Juniper smell to the mead,
but it is...
Posted in thread: Washed Yeast - How to figure slurry volume? on 05-14-2012 at 02:43 PM
If you like math, like myself, you could split the jar into different symmetry operators. Looks
like half a semi-sphere and a cylinder. That will get you a pretty accurate volume
mesasurement. If you ...
Posted in thread: Which of these hops schedules is best? on 05-10-2012 at 04:21 PM
Oops! Ok thank you for the clarification!
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Posted in thread: Washed Yeast - How to figure slurry volume? on 05-10-2012 at 04:15 PM
That shape looks like a small cylinder. The volume formula for a cylinder is V=[pi](r^2)h which
you could determine the height and radius using a measuring stick. Thats how i would go about
it, but i ...
Posted in thread: Which of these hops schedules is best? on 05-10-2012 at 02:51 PM
Both schedules have nearly the same amount of late addition hops. The questions is how to
spread them out for optimal results. For example, in option 1 there is an ounce going in at
flame out but less...
Posted in thread: Which of these hops schedules is best? on 05-09-2012 at 03:38 PM
From my experience, the earlier in the boil you introduce the hops, then the greater the
strength of bitterness that is imparted to the final product. The later in the boil (such as
the last 10 min) t...
Posted in thread: Pecan Pie Porter on 05-09-2012 at 02:32 PM
Only time i have ever used nuts in a beer was when i tried to make a Pecan Nut Brown Ale.
Havent tasted it yet but i did a lot of research before hand and figured the best course of a
ction is to roas...
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