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Posted in thread: FG for my IPA still far to high... on 09-18-2008 at 09:57 PM
Neither. You should modify your procedure in a scientific manner. Oh, yeah, and RDWHAHB.
;)First, at first blush it looks as though your aeration procedure is insufficient. Simply
stirring isn't going...
Posted in thread: FG for my IPA still far to high... on 09-18-2008 at 10:24 AM
Do any of the experienced brewers have any ideas? Am gonna have to use another yeast of corn
sugar next brew....
Posted in thread: FG for my IPA still far to high... on 09-17-2008 at 09:30 PM
Hm. Muntons usually ferments quite dry. S-04 usually ferments quite dry, also. Although each
batch is showing around 65% attenuation, you should probably be around 70% (I can't find a
Posted in thread: FG for my IPA still far to high... on 09-17-2008 at 08:47 PM
Hi,For some reason my last few homebrews have been 5-6 points too high for the FG.A Porter I
did OG: 1062 but FG: 1021. BeerSmith said FG 1016.A Brown OG: 1044 but FG 1016. BeerSmith said
Posted in thread: IPA Recipe Help on 08-20-2008 at 10:20 AM
Any thoughts? Is 46 IBU's about right for this beer? I slightly changed the hop amounts as the
Southern Cross was 14.8 IBU's, and the Hallertauer was 6.1 IBU's. Are the hop times ok though?
Posted in thread: IPA Recipe Help on 08-18-2008 at 10:58 PM
OK, Im gonna bite the bullet and go ALL-MALT. What do you think of this recipe? Is a pretty
bitter IPA, I have increased volume also. (more beer and less cost!).Type: ExtractDate:
17/08/2008 Batch Siz...
Posted in thread: IPA Recipe Help on 08-17-2008 at 11:39 PM
:off: Sea...is it my imagination or have you been a little more scarce lately. Good to see you
around anyway...:mug:Kiwi - get a good sized starter and aerate the crap out of that wort.I
used dry yeas...
Posted in thread: IPA Recipe Help on 08-17-2008 at 11:08 PM
I'd hate to see you regret using the corn sugar, but at the quantity you're talking about, you
probably wouldn't notice it too much.What about another lb or two of grain?I really like about
a lb of Vi...
Posted in thread: IPA Recipe Help on 08-17-2008 at 10:27 PM
Hi,Im thinking of brewing an IPA. Firstly though I wanna work out the fermentables needed to
get OG to 1056-1075. - American IPA from BrewSmith.It seems straight forward working if out,
but I can only...
Posted in thread: Pellet Hops - Boil Timetable on 08-05-2008 at 02:23 AM
[QUOTE=ExpertBrewers;785825]Hi,Yes, you can use high AA hops for bittering. Yes it is true they
are mostly used for bittering, however different types will yield slightly different beers(much