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Posted in thread: Spontaneously fermented (non-alcoholic) ginger beer (no yeast added!) on 03-19-2014 at 02:16 PM
Oo, this process is very similar to what I do - maybe this is one of the sites I followed:
they don't add lemon, which I would advise...
Posted in thread: Spontaneously fermented (non-alcoholic) ginger beer (no yeast added!) on 03-18-2014 at 09:05 PM
Sounds cool. My Father loves ginger ale, I've been thinking about making some for him. What I
don't understand is how it's non alcoholic. Do you boil off the alcohol after it's done
Posted in thread: Spontaneously fermented (non-alcoholic) ginger beer (no yeast added!) on 03-18-2014 at 08:39 PM
People talk in hushed tones of the so-called "ginger beer plant" which used to get passed down
from generation to generation, and around the neighbourhood, and was basically a continually
Posted in thread: No yeast and the LHBS is closed, bread yeast? on 03-18-2014 at 02:10 PM
I am intrigued as to the results, I hope you are taking gravity measurements. I've got to say I
am sceptical based on my admittedly limited experiments, which gave very poor attenuation and a
Posted in thread: Easy Stovetop All-Grain Brewing (with pics) on 03-05-2014 at 10:27 AM
Also sorry if this has come up before, but with this method, isn't it a tad tricky pouring 3 or
4 gallons of wort from one pot into another? Is there any trick here or is it just a case of
Posted in thread: Is bottle carbing possible after cold crash? on 02-06-2014 at 04:57 PM
Waiting "a couple of days" after cold crashing and warming up is likley not near enough.Ah,
gotcha now. Never really had that situation before so wasn't sure what to expect. My guy says
he can't guara...
Posted in thread: No yeast and the LHBS is closed, bread yeast? on 02-06-2014 at 08:07 AM
I would also be interested to hear how it turns out. My first brewing experiment involved bread
yeast (I think I used the fresh stuff, not instant) and I just don't think it attenuated very
well - it ...
Posted in thread: Is bottle carbing possible after cold crash? on 02-05-2014 at 07:18 PM
If you do need to add yeast for carbing purposes, a very small amount is all that's required.
About 1/5th of an 11g dry ale yeast packet added at bottling will do the trickOh, really,
didn't really re...
Posted in thread: Is bottle carbing possible after cold crash? on 02-05-2014 at 05:22 PM
Sure... eventually all bottles will carb up, some sooner than others depending on the beer and
yeast. I usually dose with added yeast for big IPBA's and all big Belgians, not so much for
Wit's, APA's ...
Posted in thread: Juiced? on 02-05-2014 at 08:08 AM
This hobby is all about experimenting - as long as you have grasped the most BASIC principles
(sugar, yeast, sanitation) there is no reason not to just get a few pints of any juice you
fancy and add y...