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Posted in thread: Treehouse Brewing Julius Clone on 11-12-2015 at 01:50 PM
Whirlfloc should help the yeast flocculate out which you don't want for this beer. The yeast is
what helps give the beer it's haziness, which Julius has and we believe it to be the yeast
causing the h...
Posted in thread: Need a malt bill for a split batch on 10-28-2015 at 06:14 PM
Sounds like a good plan. I don't really care about the color, but I would like a little
maltiness.You could steep the crystal malt on its own and add that to half the wort. It'll add
more malt flavor,...
Posted in thread: adding oak to flanders on 10-28-2015 at 12:32 PM
I brewed up a flanders red september 4th, i was wondering when should i add the oak cubes and
if i should transfer it to secondary first?I usually add oak when I move my sours to secondary.
I move mos...
Posted in thread: Kettle sour question on 10-28-2015 at 12:31 PM
No, it shouldn't, maybe a point or two at most. The vials on TYB's site for Brevis look like
white labs' stock, so I'm guessing it's their product and not TYB's.Yep, Lance measured a ~.003
drop with W...
Posted in thread: Need a malt bill for a split batch on 10-28-2015 at 12:27 PM
I have some gigayeast gb150 sour cherry funk and gb122 berliner blend. I would like to do one
12 gallon batch and split it into 2 fermenters. What would be an acceptable malt bill for both
? Maybe 65 ...
Posted in thread: Belhaven Scottish Stout clone? on 10-08-2015 at 01:16 PM
My first Scottish Stout (recipe) was solid. Using kettle caramelization and only two malts left
it a bit thin and bland though. I was much happier with the re-brewed version 8% cara/crystal
Posted in thread: Blending Fruits For Rodenbach Caractère Rouge on 09-30-2015 at 12:44 PM
I'm sold. I've been meaning to start splitting batches of sours, so I'll give that a try.No
issue aging it together for the first 9-18 months and then splitting onto t fruit. That will
help to retain ...
Posted in thread: What is an authentic Berlinerweisse? on 09-29-2015 at 06:32 PM
That's a weird example because Orval is unique, world-class, and very successful. To be like
Orval is rarely attainable even if everyone wanted to. I would gladly welcome more breweries
Posted in thread: Blending Fruits For Rodenbach Caractère Rouge on 09-29-2015 at 02:15 PM
Agreed on the sweetness, which is something that I'm not really interested in reproducing. I
did like the way that the tart fragrance of the cranberries cut against the fruitier raspberry
and cherry, ...
Posted in thread: What is an authentic Berlinerweisse? on 09-29-2015 at 12:56 PM
In your book, you focused mostly on the methods you mentioned here. I'd have to go back and
check to be sure, but I don't remember much in there about the history of the style. If I