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Posted in thread: Best Supermarket "Sugars" for brewing on 08-31-2011 at 02:33 AM
I wouldn't go more then 25% refined sugars. Even then, pitch enough yeast and watch your germ
tempwhat kind of un-refined sugar can i get at the groceries stores? i know the definition of
Posted in thread: Best Supermarket "Sugars" for brewing on 08-31-2011 at 02:24 AM
Do you mean for priming sugar? Or as the actual base of your beer?? Grain is the major
component of beer (or malt extract). To use honey for example wouldn't even be a beer, it would
be a mead, or gra...
Posted in thread: Best Supermarket "Sugars" for brewing on 08-31-2011 at 02:06 AM
no no, im talking for the actual base of the beer, im using a coopers stout kit as the base.Im
also trying to reach like 6% max 7 % of Achool.For priming i will use glucose for some bottles
and the ot...
Posted in thread: Best Supermarket "Sugars" for brewing on 08-31-2011 at 01:34 AM
The brewing store and the DME is kind of far, so Im looking for an idea of a sugar available at
the supermarket that i can use to brew a stout and a real ale kit from coopers.i was thinking
in using s...
Posted in thread: Morgans IPA gravity issues on 08-31-2011 at 01:15 AM
i was just afraid that 1002 was too low for a DIY kit as they say 1010 is the normal FGthe
recipe was just a beer kit IPA from morgans, 1,3kg of dextrose 23 litters of water and yeast.OG
was 1037day 4...
Posted in thread: Morgans IPA gravity issues on 08-30-2011 at 04:54 AM
Hi.I am just in to my first brew with a coopers DIY equipement and i choose a Morgans
IPA.beeing on my 1st one I made an extremly simple brew - Morgans IPA and Dextrose- i mistake
and i added like 1,3...