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Posted in thread: All-Grain - Fireside Porter on 01-18-2015 at 12:22 PM
want to make this beer soon. but I am concerned about these 50 IBU even with a 1.060 OG,
bitterness almost goes off the scale. I'm planning to keep the IBU near 30. (more comfortable
for me)can anyone...
Posted in thread: Brazilian "Malzbier" recipe to homebrew on 06-19-2014 at 04:52 PM
My recipe is very similar to the Xingu, I use it as a base to make malzbier, but, just brew the
basic recipe and you will get very close. was the only source of corn syrup that once we
found here in...
Posted in thread: Brazilian Malzbier on 11-13-2013 at 06:25 PM
I botled 6 bottles of 355ml and after 5 days I started to open one a day, until I found the
right point carbonation. prefer to pasteurize the beer just before the ideal, this way is
Posted in thread: Dry Hopping and Bitterness... on 04-13-2013 at 06:31 PM
Much has been said on this subject. I experienced an explosive increase of IBU in a beer that
is in dryhop since last Sunday. I used 1/2 oz Spalter and I can say that it changed an amber
ale for an in...
Posted in thread: PVC pipe fermenter on 04-07-2013 at 02:32 AM
never had problems with purchases made outside the country, since the declared
value is below $ 50
Posted in thread: PVC pipe fermenter on 04-06-2013 at 07:45 PM
The cost makes it impractical, two 200mm caps cost more than a bar of 6 meters of pipe. but
still on my to do list!
Posted in thread: Easy Stove-Top Pasteurizing - With Pics on 04-02-2013 at 11:45 PM
I take much advantage of this procedure with my porter. I pasteurize them, and they keep the
"sweet" of specialty malts for longer
Posted in thread: Easy Stove-Top Pasteurizing - With Pics on 03-30-2013 at 12:26 PM
I think that one has to keep in mind is that:The fermentation produces CO2. the beverage takes
a while to absorb this c02, this may take several days, and when we put only the priming sugar,
there is ...
Posted in thread: Brazilian "Malzbier" recipe to homebrew on 03-14-2013 at 01:42 AM
I think that's just folkloric excuse to drink :drunk:
Posted in thread: Brazilian "Malzbier" recipe to homebrew on 03-14-2013 at 12:34 AM
That is why it is difficult to find information and get a recipe of Brazilian Malzbier . The
German Malzbier is low alcoholic, but Brazilian Malzbier is a beer with alcoholic content of
4.7% and very ...