Last Activity:03-16-2008 9:54 PM
Posted in thread: Northern Brewer's Barleywine kit- opinions? on 03-15-2008 at 07:32 AM
I brewed a Barley Wine in October. It is Very good now, but it will get even better. This is an
all grain(ish) recipe. Wouldn't change a thing.Grains/Exptact33 lbs Pale Malt (2-row)2.5 lbs
Posted in thread: Gueze beer recipe in BYO on 03-15-2008 at 07:11 AM
How do you deal with the added bacteria in your brewing set up. I mean, do you designate
specific carboys for plambics? How do you sanitize or clean out your equipment. From what I am
told the added b...
Posted in thread: Summer Shandy on 02-26-2008 at 03:47 PM
So the consencus is to mix the lemonaid (or soda) when consuming because of the added sugar in
the lemonaid for fear of bottle bombs and messing with the yeast/carbination. I would think
that adding l...
Posted in thread: Summer Shandy on 02-25-2008 at 08:24 PM
This is a beer (ususaly a lager) mixed with lemonaid or soda. It is particularly refreshing
durring a hot summer day after working outside. It is with this in mind that I would like to
make one. This ...
Posted in thread: New brewer from Michigan on 08-14-2007 at 02:18 AM
Welcome to the forum! Where in Michigan are you? Always looking for locals to
Posted in thread: but was it cask ale? on 07-21-2007 at 11:14 PM
We have a Cask Conditioned ale at my bar. We use a hand-pump beer engine, so it is neither
powered Nito or CO2. It is also served at cellar temp, so it is a bit warmer than "normal"
Posted in thread: Opening a Brewpub on 07-05-2007 at 10:20 PM
I work at a brew pub that has recently expanded its operation to include an Irish Pub, serving
the same beers, in the basement. Both hold a bit over 300 patrons. We have four fermenting
tanks and 12 1...
Posted in thread: Non Carbonation on 07-01-2007 at 06:31 PM
I do the dame thing for all of my beer thus far. I use a bottling bucket, add my sugar water,
then the wort, then bottle. So even carbonation should be reached. Can't think of anything I
would have do...
Posted in thread: Non Carbonation on 07-01-2007 at 06:00 PM
So I made a Wee Heavy Scotch ale last at the end of last summer. It landed about 8.5%. I
bottled into some 12oz, some 22oz, and some 8oz. The first 12oz bottle I opened had the correct
Posted in thread: Ignorant Drinkers on 06-26-2007 at 04:44 AM
I am more than willing to sell anybody (within legal limits) any beer I have. That being said,
I am also trying to sell the beer we make. The frustrating part is when I sugest and offer a
sample of on...
Primary #1:Apricot Amber
Primary #2: Dry Hopped Amber
Secondary #1: Nothing
Bottles: Head Butt Pale Ale, Vanilla Cream Porter, IPA, Wee Heavy Scotch Ale, Aventinus Clone, English Brown
Planning: Peach plambic, Summer Shandy
- Hops not dropping out
- Are you happy with your plate chiller?
- Yeast Washing Illustrated
- Home Malting
- Making clearer beer
- Should I add CaCl2 to mash, sparge or both?
- Man, I love Apfelwein
- Mashing cornstarch and 6-Row
- Batches Are Like Night and Day! No Twang!
- Group Buy in Chicago #8
- Keggle Boil Kettle drain location