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Posted in thread: Wine from Welch's concentrate on 03-22-2007 at 06:50 PM
Cheap box wine (5 liters) = 9 bucks Welches Homemade (26 liters) = 22 bucks and two months
though to wait. I Cheapo wine kits at Costco = 25 bucks, ready in one month and it tastes like
wine is suppos...
Posted in thread: hefeweizen yeast harvest on 03-22-2007 at 03:49 PM
Most/many commercial Hefeweizens use a different yeast for bottle conditioning than for main
fermentation, typically a clean lager yeast. Since the correct yeast is available to
homebrewers and is ver...
Posted in thread: Attention all Canadians! on 03-22-2007 at 02:46 AM
Try these people too:
Posted in thread: Wine from Welch's concentrate on 03-22-2007 at 02:41 AM
I've heard that welches grape wine tastes like alcoholic grape jelly. I haven't done it myself,
just what i've heard in passing.mikeI can attest to that first hand. Glad I only made a small
Posted in thread: German or Pacman for a Cream? on 03-21-2007 at 04:32 PM
Many commercial cream ales today use a lager yeast but ferment at room temps. I do this all the
time using Saflager yeast. Niether of the yeast you have on hand are 'authentic' so you can
pretty well ...
Posted in thread: First All Grain Bavarian Hefeweizen on tap! on 03-21-2007 at 04:26 PM
they thought it was great... Only other comment they made was that it was so clear.. I used
WL300, but after about 1 month kegged, it was the clearest beer I've made yet... odd.. Not odd,
Posted in thread: Mexican Lager? on 03-21-2007 at 04:18 PM
Those two beers are actually Vienna lagers or Maerzens in style. Look for recipes under that
Posted in thread: Hoegarden on 03-15-2007 at 03:53 PM
I never noticed they were 11.5 oz. Don't mention it to Nostrildamus - he'll come unglued.
Posted in thread: International Micro-Breweries on 03-15-2007 at 03:51 PM
Depending where you are in Germany, you'll find lots of local beers and/or brewpubs too. I
always ran out of time before I ran out of beer.
Posted in thread: Lagering screw up on 03-15-2007 at 11:48 AM
Yes, and it doesn't sound like you've lagered it yet. The lagering process includes letting it
sit at near freezing temperatures for a few months after primary fermentation has finished.