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Posted in thread: Category for Belgian Table Beer on 08-31-2016 at 01:07 AM
Recipe Type: All Grain Yeast: WLP #500 TrappistYeast Starter: YesBatch Size (Gallons): 11.0
Gallon Original Gravity: 1.033 Final Gravity: 1.006 IBU: 24.6 IBU Boiling Time (Minutes): 90
Min Color: 9 SR...
Posted in thread: Homebrewer of the year award on 08-30-2016 at 02:48 AM
I know a lot of you do not look at our hobby as something to get awards for, but there are some
that do. So I have been wondering:If you were going to stage a homebrewer of the year award for
Posted in thread: Category for Belgian Table Beer on 08-30-2016 at 02:40 AM
What category would a Belgian Table beer (3.5%) fit into in the new guidelines? The only one I
would think it is close to is Trappist single, 26A.
Posted in thread: Brainstorming my next IPA - Huckleberry IPA on 08-26-2016 at 08:34 PM
Is it like a bilberry or whortleberry? Never heard of huckleberry before.They are related. They
grow wild in the NW.
Posted in thread: Brainstorming my next IPA - Huckleberry IPA on 08-25-2016 at 05:25 AM
I love huckleberries!Great idea.I find the pilsner in your malt bill a little odd but you've
got that bill as your regular so as long as you like it.SWMBO would flip if I made a
huckleberry IPA. I'll ...
Posted in thread: Brainstorming my next IPA - Huckleberry IPA on 08-24-2016 at 01:09 AM
So a friend pitched me an idea to make a Huckleberry IPA, goes with the love of hops and
outdoors in the NW. I started to think of revipe formulation and this is what I have so
far:Malt bill would be ...
Posted in thread: Cream Of Three Crops Variations/Additions on 08-23-2016 at 02:36 AM
I did a Carrot Cream Ale recently based on that recipe.
Posted in thread: Carrot Cream Ale on 08-07-2016 at 05:40 AM
8 days grain to glass..... A really great cream ale, could drink it all day. Needs more carrot
though for it to mean anything. The honey gives it a nice touch of sweetness.
Posted in thread: Imperial peppermint chocolate stout? on 08-05-2016 at 01:49 AM
I have a new one in primary right now that is a Raspberry Chocolate Mint Stout. It should hit
in the 9% range. I have never seen altoids used before. In the past I used fresh mint and had
Posted in thread: Entering beer in a competition but unsure of style. Please help. on 08-03-2016 at 07:11 AM
Looks close to an Amber Ale....or a Cal Common....that fermentation temp is on the high end of