Last Activity:09-29-2016 8:50 PM
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Posted in thread: reoccurring over attenuation issues on 09-29-2016 at 01:06 PM
He's checked his thermometers, two different ones and they match.Ah, I missed that. That's what
I get for offering my opinion before I've had my coffee!
Posted in thread: reoccurring over attenuation issues on 09-29-2016 at 05:12 AM
So I might have missed it, but I didn't notice you address your thermometer. If it is off by a
few degrees, you will obviously not get an accurate measurement of your mash temperature, and
so a mash t...
Posted in thread: fermentation smells like cooked corn on 09-26-2016 at 04:26 PM
Yep, "cooked corn" is the most common description of the taste/aroma of DMS (dimethyl sulfide).
The precursor for DMS, called SMM, is naturally found in malt, and converts to DMS at higher
Posted in thread: Priming with specialty malts on 09-25-2016 at 05:08 PM
I'm having trouble getting the balance of flavors that I want in a spiced beer, so I thought it
might work yo adjust color and residual sweetness to some extent, kind of like dry hopping. I
did a smal...
Posted in thread: Imperial Milk Stout on 09-25-2016 at 03:59 PM
Yeah, what's the batch size? That's an insane amount of specialty malt and lactose for a
typical 5-10 gallon batch.
Posted in thread: Priming with specialty malts on 09-25-2016 at 03:55 PM
I would also say no. Why, out of curiosity, do you want to do so? If it's just to get the
flavor, that would be accomplished by adding them during the mash (or steep, if you're brewing
Posted in thread: Keg Overload Sale + Recipe Kit Giveaway on 09-22-2016 at 03:13 AM
Fun! I'm in!
Posted in thread: Double IPA - North of the Pines Pale Ale "when add the Hops" on 09-11-2016 at 03:39 PM
@prrriiide thanks for the advised. As I read on this article it has to be done before racking.
Another question (to all as well). This recipe call for sparge - transfer to cooler and all
that as it is...
Posted in thread: Reasons to go all grain vs extract?? on 08-11-2016 at 02:45 AM
Simply put, more control over your final product. You can control flavors in a much more
fine-tuned way, you can use grains that you can't use in extract brews (certain grains that do
not appear in ex...
Posted in thread: First time Saison brewer - bottled too early? on 08-03-2016 at 05:34 PM
I think you'll be fine. I've packaged some beers after only a week in the fermentor, and
although I wouldn't risk it with every beer, I never had a problem. As far as your co2 volumes,
2.7 is medium-h...