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Posted in thread: 1-Gallon Brewers UNITE! on 11-14-2014 at 08:45 PM
Lol thanks for the advice kombat. I guess I'll see what it tastes like in a month or so. It is
a steam beer yeast though.
Posted in thread: 1-Gallon Brewers UNITE! on 11-14-2014 at 02:47 AM
Once fermentation is done, most will do a D-rest for lagers - Cali lager (steam beer) is
different, though, as it ferments hotter than usual lagers. Then bottle up, stick 'em in the
fridge for a month...
Posted in thread: 1-Gallon Brewers UNITE! on 11-14-2014 at 12:05 AM
Need some advice about next step with an experimental brew....So after having a Dunkel a few
weeks ago I decided I really wanted to brew something similar. I used munich malt, carafa,
hallertau hops, ...
Posted in thread: Punkin' Ale on 11-11-2014 at 11:37 PM
I cracked and tried one after only a week and a half in the bottle and damn! It was great!
Smelled just like pumpkin pie! Delicious recipe thanks again!
Posted in thread: Everything Brooklyn Brewshop on 11-10-2014 at 10:54 PM
Looks great! Cheers!!!
Posted in thread: Everything Brooklyn Brewshop on 11-10-2014 at 08:15 PM
Just bottled the BBS Winter Wheat. Primed with 2.5 tbs amber honey. Sample from fermentor
tasted amazing! Can't wait to have one in a couple weeks!
Posted in thread: 1-Gallon Brewers UNITE! on 11-06-2014 at 07:52 AM
You want to use dry yeast or liquid?Traditional dunkels are lagers, so you'll need to account
for that when fermenting (you could lager in your fridge, but you'll need to turn the temp up
Posted in thread: Munich Dunkel on 11-06-2014 at 01:29 AM
I brewed it up yesterday but just munich malt, carafa ii, san fransico lager yeast, and
hallertau hops. Smelled amazing during the boil. I figured I could use the san Fran lager yeast
since I'm fermen...
Posted in thread: Munich Dunkel on 11-04-2014 at 06:44 PM
Wow sorry about the small font on that last post lol, don't know what happened there...
Posted in thread: Munich Dunkel on 11-04-2014 at 06:43 PM
would it be possible to ferment as an ale with ale yeast? And if so what would be a good yeast
to use? Sadly I don't have lagering equipment :(