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Posted in thread: Hop Bursting Woe? on 04-25-2013 at 12:32 AM
ya ull be fine, just going to have less aroma/flavor. +1. Chillax - just throw a few ounces
into secondary for a few days. :mug:
Posted in thread: Hop Bursting Woe? on 04-20-2013 at 10:12 PM
No, maybe just some under-utilized hop flavor/aroma utilization. No worries.:)
Posted in thread: I have 7 oz. of citra, for a belgian pale ale or IPA on 04-19-2013 at 04:30 PM
Sorry to keep beating this horse, but... far as I can tell, this is still a valid school of
thought - one to which I proscribe, although others (including Calder) may not.
Posted in thread: I have 7 oz. of citra, for a belgian pale ale or IPA on 04-18-2013 at 03:01 AM
My taste buds must be shot, because I have never had a cidery taste in any of my beers even big
Belgians that can have up to 25% sugar.Apparently, table sugar (cane/beet sugar) is known to
impart a ci...
Posted in thread: Mango in Beer? on 04-17-2013 at 03:05 AM
Well I just threw about a pound of mango into my secondary.:D Made a Honey Mango Ale about two
weeks ago - grist: 11# domestic 2-row, 1# honey, .5# each, cambrius honey malt and chrystal 40.
60 min Ma...
Posted in thread: I have 7 oz. of citra, for a belgian pale ale or IPA on 04-15-2013 at 05:27 PM
My point was that plain sugar is a lot cheaper for similar results. Both will increase abv and
lower FG.How can honey be 'cleaner'. Table sugar is basically 'sugar'. Honey is a sugar syrup
with other ...
Posted in thread: I have 7 oz. of citra, for a belgian pale ale or IPA on 04-14-2013 at 06:37 PM
Don't mess with honey or candi sugar, but I would recommend using up to a pound of plain table
sugar to help dry it out since I assume this will be an extract batch.Honey is excellent for
Posted in thread: DIY Stirplate - Could this get any easier? on 04-11-2013 at 07:01 PM
Definitely building one of these this weekend. It will save me so much on DME, it will pay for
itself in 3 months! Don't know why I haven't done this sooner.
Posted in thread: 1056 v. 001 - The same or different? on 03-26-2013 at 03:42 PM
If you are looking for a similar yeast that attenuates and flocs better, try WLP090 San Diego
Super. I constantly hit 84-85% attenuation with it and also have clearer beers. I don't taste
Posted in thread: 1056 v. 001 - The same or different? on 03-26-2013 at 02:58 PM
Wy 1056 = wlp001 = us-05So, when others say that 001 flocs better than S05, are they