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as a sign that i am on the right track with my beer and brewing knowledge, i need to win
this.of course if i don't, it will be an excellent reason to drink.of course, if i do, i'm
going to drink anywa...
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Posted in thread: 1332 Northwest Fun on 06-22-2012 at 04:05 AM
i made an IIPA with that yeast. Took off way quick I remember. Fermented warm and might have
over pitched, it's very esstery and a bit tart. hoping for it to mellow a bit with time!
Posted in thread: Yes another stuck fermentation question. on 06-20-2012 at 09:18 PM
what sort of water are using to brew? could be a mineral deficiency that's stunting the yeast's
metabolism, but i'd only expect this if you have irregular tap water or used distilled water.
So long as...
Posted in thread: WLP530 Abbey Ale - Sulfur Smell on 06-20-2012 at 06:48 AM
Sounds most likely that you have an infection of a weird Brettanomyces strain coupled with a
big boost of carpylic acid which smells rancid, goaty, terribly much like death.:edit:Also,
just call it a ...
Posted in thread: Any experience w/ Wyeast 1332 Northwest Ale? on 06-16-2012 at 03:51 AM
Ive recently cracked into my latest brew, a 3 month old IIPA with the 1332. i fermented warm
and got very intense fruity aromas and tartness but unfortunately had alot of problems with
fusels. its sti...
Posted in thread: Using lager yeast at ale temps? on 06-11-2012 at 03:37 AM
i agree about working off flavors in to your recipe and that those flavors, in some styles at
certain levels tastes good, even necessary, but I was just thinking with the amount of yeast
you'd have to...