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Posted in thread: American Dark Ale ("Black IPA") Dry Hopping Opinions on 10-21-2014 at 07:42 PM
Last Saturday I brewed a 3.5 gallon batch of an American ("Cascadian") Dark Ale that I'm
calling "Dark Galaxy" (real original, I know). (I hate the terms Cascadian Dark Ale and Black
IPA, so I usually...
Posted in thread: Wyeast 1217-PC West Coast IPA source? on 10-19-2014 at 01:44 PM
Got this at the LHBS on Friday, they had just gotten it in, and pitched it into a 3.5 gallon
batch of an American Dark Ale I brewed up yesterday afternoon that I'm calling "Dark Galaxy"
Posted in thread: New post a picture of your pint on 08-19-2014 at 10:39 PM
Ghost Town Witbier
Posted in thread: "Kiss Yer Cousin" Rye Kentucky Common Ale on 07-11-2014 at 06:28 PM
Has anybody ever tried this with smoked malt? I was thinking a little less than 20% Briess
cherrywood smoked malt, which gives me the following recipe for a 3-gallon batch:2 lbs 2-row1
lb smoked malt1...
Posted in thread: New post a picture of your pint on 06-02-2014 at 06:43 PM
Now that's a beauty!Thanks! Unfortunately I'll never be able to recreate it or improve upon it
as I didn't keep good notes on what was in it. I was saving up the grains for months, just the
spare few ...
Posted in thread: New post a picture of your pint on 05-30-2014 at 04:48 PM
Here's my IPL. I call it "The Singularity" because all of the leftover bits of grains and hops
I had went into it (plus an extra bit of 2-row and some Falconer's Flight to round things out).
Posted in thread: Possible to make a single hop DIPA? on 02-12-2014 at 04:29 PM
I've never used Summit for flavor or aroma, only bittering, but from what I've read and heard
it has a good orange zest and grapefruit character that would probably lend itself well to a
DIPA, if that...
Posted in thread: New post a picture of your pint on 02-10-2014 at 09:11 PM
Here is my American Barleywine. Brewed about 9 months ago, and bottled in October. I tried one
after 6 weeks of bottle conditioning and it was carbed but still pretty harsh. 2.5 months later
and it's ...
Posted in thread: New post a picture of your pint on 02-10-2014 at 08:59 PM
Thats awesome...How long did you let it go for?Just normal ale fermentation time, about 3
weeks, at ~70 degrees ambient temperature.RecipeType: ExtractBatch size: 3.25 gallonsBoil size:
Posted in thread: New post a picture of your pint on 02-10-2014 at 08:55 PM
Pale ale with dinnerAre those the pretzel rolls from Costco? If so, I love those things!