Last Activity:02-25-2005 3:18 PM
Posted in thread: whats it supposed to look like. on 02-25-2005 at 09:09 PM
Looks like everythings going south on this beer. You said it smelled sour and a lager at ale
temps is not a good idea unless its a Cali common. The color looks more like a Marzen than
anyother beer. F...
Posted in thread: Name that growth on 02-25-2005 at 08:56 PM
as long as you can drink it drink it. Is it a gusher till the bottles almost empty? Old beers
especially ales do this with time. If you expect a beer to be around a year or so under
carbonate it and m...
Posted in thread: Budweiser and day fresh on 02-25-2005 at 08:48 PM
You bet most commercial beers in cans are pasturized. Alot of micro brewerys that bottle still
have a small yeast deposits at the bottom of the bottle.It be expensive for them to pasturize
and ales pe...
Posted in thread: Homebrew clubs excellent for info on 02-25-2005 at 08:36 PM
Sounds like a great group! We are just starting up a club here in Pocatello, Idaho, having our
first meeting next Friday, so since you have some experiences with club workings, maybe you can
give us s...
Posted in thread: Homebrew clubs excellent for info on 02-25-2005 at 08:16 PM
Hey Mason... Where in Oregon is Strange Brew located? I'm in Portland, and belong to the Oregon
Brew Crew, and Oregon Brewers Guild. The Brew Crew also has several pro members. Most famous
(as famous ...
Posted in thread: Homebrew clubs excellent for info on 02-25-2005 at 04:32 PM
:p Just wanted to see how many of us belong to clubs and where at. I belong to strange brew in
Oregon. We are a fun loving club of about 20. We have several members who have taken National
Posted in thread: Budweiser and day fresh on 02-25-2005 at 04:10 PM
I'd say it's more like a plateau...with a flat top. There's quite a large window where your
beer is very good...usually a couple of months at least. But eventually, the hoppy character
will start to g...
Posted in thread: discussion on hops on 02-25-2005 at 03:48 PM
Fuggles aren't a particularly bitter hop as has been said. I'd never use them in an IPA. Go get
some Columbus for bittering and Amarillo for flavor/aroma (or Centennial or Cascade), and I
Posted in thread: Too long in the secondary? on 02-25-2005 at 03:25 PM
angrek, i'm in the same boat. i have a imperial ipa that started acting back up in the
secondary, and it's been in there for three weeks, all nice'n quite. i was getting ready to
keg, and bloop, there...
Posted in thread: To All Grain, or not to All Grain... on 02-25-2005 at 03:51 AM
After reading from this forum and listening to my older brother, I guess I have a question, or
a survey:How many batches of beer did you do before you made the jump to all-grain?andWhat was