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Posted in thread: finding small oak barrels? on 11-21-2015 at 03:56 PM
Gallon Used Whiskey BarrelsThis link has them on sale for $129 and $20 flat rate shipping
Posted in thread: Few questions on lagering on 11-12-2015 at 03:36 AM
Ferment at 50 until about 75% fg is reached. Then bring to room temp for a few days for a d
rest. Assure fg is reached. Then bottle prime at room temp for a few weeks until carbed. Then
lager for a fe...
Posted in thread: Belgian Wit on 11-08-2015 at 08:39 PM
Of the dry yeasts you listed I would choose t-58. It can lend some peppery notes which would
work well in my opinion. Some wit recipe call for grains of paradise which lend a peppery
Posted in thread: best material for flying with beer? on 11-05-2015 at 07:52 PM
this thread for how I brought beer back from Belgium. This worked great since most of the
beers I brought back were 750's.If you did something like I did you could easily carry on the
bag with the c...
Posted in thread: Paris/London trip on 11-05-2015 at 07:33 PM
Thanks - will look for that...As for Paris I scoped out some bottle shops for some
Cantillon...Might need a bigger suitcase this thread for some pictures of my Beer Suitcase.
Worked great to bring ba...
Posted in thread: a few beginner wild ale questions on 10-27-2015 at 04:45 PM
the whole concept of using a piece of wood as the stopper in order to let in some O2 has been
discredited. O2 = acetobacter = acetic acid, AKA vinegar, which generally isn't desirable in
sour beer (s...
Posted in thread: Traveling to Nashville on 10-27-2015 at 01:23 AM
Also if you like Saison's buy some from BlackberryFarm Brewery. They are located in Tennessee.
Not sure how far their distribution is. Their Summer Saison won silver at 2015 GABF. I also had
Posted in thread: Traveling to Nashville on 10-27-2015 at 01:16 AM
I was in Nashville this weekend. Wife had a conference at the Gaylord so I mainly stayed there
and relaxed. I did check out Black Abbey Brewing and Yazoo Brewing. Also, did some beer
shopping at Craft...
Posted in thread: continous heating no step mash on 10-27-2015 at 12:36 AM
All great and fast answers, but quick follow up question on this last one; i had a vague idea
of reading something similar to this before. Is there also a chance this beer will result
watery and thin?...
Posted in thread: continous heating no step mash on 10-25-2015 at 02:39 PM
Belgian Brewers use this method. It will produce a highly fermentable wort.