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Posted in thread: El Cedro Jester King Clone? on 12-06-2013 at 02:40 AM
Wow! I sent an email to JK and literally got a response in less than a minute! The recipe he
said looks really close and the 3711 yeast is what they use. He said in there experience the
3711 will get ...
Posted in thread: First attempt at cider. REALLY high OG :S on 09-23-2013 at 09:07 AM
This turned out AWESOME! Fermentation stalled at 11.3%, and I just bottled without any priming
sugar. 3 weeks later, it's delicious and just a little over-carbonated!
Posted in thread: HIGHPA-Extra IPA on 08-27-2013 at 02:30 AM
Nice!! I am into that kind of thing and like the name!It is a little low in ABV to be an
Imperial IPA, but if it is what you were going for, then that is all that matters!Cheers! and
yeah I think an i...
Posted in thread: HIGHPA-Extra IPA on 08-27-2013 at 02:28 AM
holy IBUs, batman! That's the kind where you burp an hour later and it tastes like you licked
the inside of a pellet bag. Cool if you're into that kind of thing!Haha, it's totally my thing!
Posted in thread: HIGHPA-Extra IPA on 08-26-2013 at 05:24 PM
This brew came out just about perfect! Missed target OG by a little, but at 6.8% I'm not too
concerned! Great bitterness and mouthfeel. Lots of grassy notes in the aroma.Left in orinary 21
days, then ...
Posted in thread: First attempt at cider. REALLY high OG :S on 08-16-2013 at 03:40 AM
Correct! As long as you haven't reached your yeasts alc tolerance it will prime just the
same.Sweet as, cheers! How about priming with a little fresh apple juice?
Posted in thread: First attempt at cider. REALLY high OG :S on 08-15-2013 at 02:11 PM
With EC 1118 and such a high OG, it is going to take a bit of aging to mellow. It is probably
going to taste like hooch for a while!Haha, that's not a problem. What about bottling? As per
beer, ie. pr...
Posted in thread: First attempt at cider. REALLY high OG :S on 08-15-2013 at 12:48 PM
So, just brewed for a bit of fun. OG was 1.132, added more juice and it's down to 1.125, I'm a
bit nervous it's gonna be waaaay to much.Here's the recipe;.660Gal apple juice-bottle.130Gal
Posted in thread: Anyone tried 'sous vide brewing'? on 07-09-2013 at 03:38 AM
It might be worth experimenting, but my hunch is you'll lose a lot when you go to boil. Fruit
and spice compounds are typically fairly volatile, that's why they're usually added at the very
end of the...
Posted in thread: Anyone tried 'sous vide brewing'? on 07-09-2013 at 03:37 AM
I work as a chef and own the PolyScience Sous-Vide Professional immersion circulator. For those
that aren't familiar, it's a PID, a heating element, and an impeller in one waterproof unit