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Posted in thread: German honey lager - Kottbusser? on 06-24-2016 at 12:35 AM
Kotbusser is currently my favorite beer.I have brewed it three times already this year, and i
will probably do it again soon.Here is my recipe (if you can ferment at 62 degrees, it will
Posted in thread: Recipe critique? on 05-22-2016 at 08:35 PM
Thank you-i am sure you are right. Maybe I will scrap the educational portion of this exercise
and just hope that it turns out tasty.
Posted in thread: Recipe critique? on 05-22-2016 at 07:20 PM
Hi all. I am a veteran brewer, but have never really taken the time to learn about the
characteristics of specific malts. In addition, i was looking through my ingredients, and i
have a lot of leftove...
Posted in thread: Trade my 10 gallon kettle on 05-12-2016 at 11:35 PM
I have a 40qt one I could tradeSorry, but isn't 40 qts the same as 10 gallons?What are the
Posted in thread: Trade my 10 gallon kettle on 05-12-2016 at 09:37 PM
Hmmm. I never thought of that. It's gas, but i guess it would come out 12" or so.
Posted in thread: Trade my 10 gallon kettle on 05-12-2016 at 09:15 PM
Hi all. I just moved n with my girlfriend, and my 10 gallon kettle does not quite fit on her
stovetop-the vent is 1 inch too low.Does anyone have a SLIGHTLY smaller kettle they would
trade. Mine is a ...
Posted in thread: What do you think? on 01-26-2016 at 08:54 PM
I just recently brewed a kolsch and a kottbusser, and my local homebrew club is having a
competition. The category is BJCP Amber and Light Hybrids. I used WPL 029 for both beers-could
i enter them in ...
Posted in thread: Critique for a cream ale recipe? on 01-17-2016 at 05:57 PM
Okay, I am ready to try again. How about this:8# 2- row2# flaked corn4 oz honey malt1 oz
biscuit malt.75 oz clusterWLP080
Posted in thread: Critique for a cream ale recipe? on 01-17-2016 at 04:01 AM
Up to 4 oz honey malt might be okay; 2 might be better but if you can't sense it then why
include it, right?I was just thinking a little less 2row, and sub in some rice/corn in it's
place. I like usin...
Posted in thread: Critique for a cream ale recipe? on 01-17-2016 at 02:02 AM
When you say cream ale what kind of profile are you going for? To me it looks like this beer
might end up kind of sweet. If you are looking for something dry and crisp you should try the
cream of thre...