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  • Posted in thread: Bass & Co, Pale Ale on 01-01-2014 at 03:40 PM
    I like the challenger idea will go for that. Thanks.

  • Posted in thread: Bass & Co, Pale Ale on 12-31-2013 at 08:07 PM
    Thinking about making this. Would like to remove the honey and use a more traditional English
    hops. Would like to expand my horizons and use something other than EKG or fuggles. Any

  • Posted in thread: Screwed Up My Grain Order- Looking For Suggestions on 10-01-2012 at 12:47 AM
    I ordered some grain for an English Bitter from Austin Home Brew (awesome vendor BTW). They
    have a great service were you can get your grain bill for an individual recipe pre-blended,
    down to the ounc...

  • Posted in thread: Centennial Blonde (Simple 4% All Grain, 5 & 10 Gall) on 05-07-2012 at 04:13 PM
    Thanks man. I actually made that a few weeks back, came out great. It was BM's overall fondness
    for honey malt that's motivating me to try swapping it for crystal in this case. I'm trying the
    wheat an...

  • Posted in thread: Centennial Blonde (Simple 4% All Grain, 5 & 10 Gall) on 05-07-2012 at 02:14 AM
    Wow, almost 200 pages. I'm going to make a version of this soon, and was wondering if anyone
    had any insight/experience2 Row- 45.71%Wheat- 45.71%Vienna- 5.71%Honey Malt- 2.86% OG-
    1.037SRM- 4.6Centenn...

  • Posted in thread: How long to let yeast settle when washing? on 01-07-2012 at 08:26 PM
    What type of yeast? I've used a similar procedure with American ale yeast & had good success.
    English ale yeast was much more difficult as it seemed to flocculate much quicker.

  • Posted in thread: why don't we worry about hop skunking in glass carboys? on 12-30-2010 at 01:27 AM
    The formation of MBT from Iso-Alpha-Acids technically does nit require yeast. However the
    Sulfur, that is a required element in the chain of reactions, typically is not present in
    unfermeted wort. Ins...

  • Posted in thread: Refractometer Reading on 11-27-2010 at 03:53 AM
    I don't have much to offer other than I had the same thing happen. When I checked with my
    hydrometer later it was at 1.012. Not sure if its the ETOH or the nature of the remaining

  • Posted in thread: Sulfites in beer? on 11-20-2010 at 04:11 AM
    Brewers will add

  • Posted in thread: 5.2 makes water hazy on 11-20-2010 at 04:04 AM
    Ca + phosphate = highly insoluble salt - especially at higher pH's. This is also why some folks
    (like me) with high Ca water have milky Star San even when just mixed up. I use leftover Star
    San in my ...