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Posted in thread: What do you do with your spent grain on 03-04-2015 at 08:31 PM
Trash can at my apartment complex. I wonder what people think when they go to throw their trash
away and there is a bit old steaming pile of spent grains in there.
Posted in thread: Interesting ways to include oats in beer? on 02-22-2015 at 07:45 PM
That sounds amazing, I'll see if I can get my hands on it.The only reason I have not put the
recipe up into my recipe section is I need to get the hops right with it. It should have been
at least a li...
Posted in thread: Interesting ways to include oats in beer? on 02-22-2015 at 02:09 PM
I did a Dutch style called Koyt. It uses 45% malted oats and 18% wheat. It was very good,
different tasting but very good.
Posted in thread: Bursting bottles: Urban Legend or yeah, it can happen? on 01-14-2015 at 02:11 AM
I had i happen on a wild beer batch. Apparently the wild yeast didn't attenuate as far as I
thought it would. I added US-05 at bottling a year later and well I blew 4 out of 7 bottles.
The other three...
Posted in thread: Evergreens (spruce, fir, pine, cedar etc) on 01-07-2015 at 01:14 PM
Cool.Now, of course, my interest is piqued and I just have to brew with cedar but you already
saw that one coming didn't you? :)Go for it. Learn from my mistake, you don't need a ton of
cedar to get g...
Posted in thread: Evergreens (spruce, fir, pine, cedar etc) on 01-07-2015 at 11:56 AM
Awww come on, spill the beans already!Easiest way to describe the flavor of the beer. Walk up
to a cedar tree, turn head sideways and then take a bite out of the tree. Chew it up. Yep
that's about wha...
Posted in thread: Abbot's Ease - 1.025 Trappist table beer on 01-06-2015 at 08:35 PM
Hmmm I have some washed WLP-500 that is looking for a reason to not be dumped( nothing wrong
with the yeast just don't used it often). I might have found its pardon.
Posted in thread: Evergreens (spruce, fir, pine, cedar etc) on 01-06-2015 at 06:16 PM
I tried cedar in a beer once. Lets just say that was the only time I will ever make that
Posted in thread: Hops for an American Saison/Farmhouse Ale on 01-05-2015 at 12:25 AM
Willamette. I also have used my far share of cluster not only for bittering but for late hop
additions in Saisons.
Posted in thread: Saison problems on 01-02-2015 at 12:44 AM
I have found Bell saison to take some time in the bottle to develop that flavor we love.
Usually at the 4-6 week in the bottle mark does it start to get good. 8 weeks and awesome.