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Posted in thread: Dump it or age it? Perfumed beer? on 11-07-2011 at 11:37 PM
Stumbled upon this; how did it turn out?wow, this old thread reappeared! Funny to see this
again.So to recap... that "apple, vanilla, stout" was the first time I brewed, ever. The
Posted in thread: FG 1.001. How much priming sugar? on 07-18-2011 at 04:39 PM
I'll try to do post notes after I taste my first batch, and brew my second.Good luck with the
move. My mother-in-law has a farm in Iowa. I probably won't bother because of the gear needed,
but often t...
Posted in thread: FG 1.001. How much priming sugar? on 07-18-2011 at 03:59 PM
Excellent answer! Thanks. I'll proceed as usual with 4oz priming sugar.And I can't wait to
enjoy some farmhouse ale... well actually, I'm already tweaking the recipe even before tasting
this first att...
Posted in thread: FG 1.001. How much priming sugar? on 07-18-2011 at 03:47 PM
I've got a saison, using Wyeast French Saison yeast. The FG is 1.001. Should I adjust anything
at bottling? More or less priming sugar, or additional malt?
Posted in thread: Bottling yeast = bottle bombs? on 09-05-2010 at 03:13 PM
here's the main question: I've heard of add yeast at bottling. Pitching a packet of dry
notthinghams. Why does this not create bottle bombs?My story:I've got a 9.3%abv brew made with
WL belgian yeast....
Posted in thread: flanders recipe needed on 09-03-2010 at 11:02 PM
Right on. Thanks for the reply. Maybe I'll start up a new thread if there isn't one about
blending and bottling.Skol!
Posted in thread: flanders recipe needed on 09-03-2010 at 05:04 PM
im working in 5 gallon batches so i feel your pain.The brew club here isnt into sours all that
much so its all me.I plan on upgrading too a 20 gallon mash tun and 30 gallon hlt.So that will
Posted in thread: IPA aging. Contradictory Information? on 06-25-2010 at 04:49 AM
I've done some testing on the age vs. freshness issue. I have an American IPA "Asgard Ale", and
my double IPA "Thor's Hop Hammer". I see that you have a Pliny Clone going so that's a lot of
help on th...
Posted in thread: Re-using yeast cake, going from big beer to small ok? on 02-13-2010 at 07:40 AM
I've poured wort onto a yeast cake once or twice before and it's worked fine. What I heard was,
to re-use yeast, ferment the smaller beer first, then pour the bigger beer onto the cake. Any
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