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Posted in thread: Nitrile glove + Star San = Sulfur? on 11-16-2010 at 03:39 AM
I recently switched from iodophor to starsan. I used distilled water and keep the starsan in
two 10L plastic cans - I wanted to use it from batch to batch. I did some bottled one batch
racked another ...
Posted in thread: Quick help: can I mill grains in coffee grinder? on 11-12-2010 at 01:04 PM
I find the baggie rolling pin doesn't work.What does work - it'd take flipping ages - is a
heavy glass and a bread board. Strew the grains very sparsely over it and crush with the bottom
of the glass....
Posted in thread: YES!!!!!!!!!!!! ...and what is my beer? on 11-12-2010 at 12:59 PM
Sadly I really haven't left it long enough to do it justice! I don't know. I think your thread
title suggests that justice has indeed been done in beer form. I can't remember which brewery
it is, but ...
Posted in thread: YES!!!!!!!!!!!! ...and what is my beer? on 11-12-2010 at 03:18 AM
Challenger? Exquisite!I'd have said old ale too, but Old Peculiar it ain't, not at 1.092.
Perhaps, it's something approximating a historical mild ale. I don't know, looking at Wheeler,
I have difficul...
Posted in thread: California Common (Anchor Steam Clone) Extract and AG on 11-12-2010 at 03:06 AM
I got a hold of some California Common yeast. To my shame I've never tried Anchor Steam beer,
but this recipe is beautiful in its simplicity, so I'm going to give it a go.It's going to be a
Posted in thread: Guinness Draught Clone on 02-10-2010 at 01:01 AM
That's a great question.I read in Homebrew for Dummies that one shouldn't crush the darker
grains. I mentioned this on another forum and was told that homebrew for dummies was only good
as toilet pape...
Posted in thread: Re-Capping twist off? on 12-03-2009 at 07:16 AM
I've been asking people to save me their bottles and someone just dropped off 24 bottles -
saved my bacon, all my bottles are full (what a nice situation to be in) - until I saw that
they were twist o...
Posted in thread: Guinness Draught Clone on 11-15-2009 at 03:21 AM
170.5 is the strike temp Hold mash at 158.0 for 45 minI have another question. This is a high
mash temp. As a dry stout I would have expected a lower mash temperature in order for it to
ferment dry. I...
Posted in thread: Guinness Draught Clone on 11-15-2009 at 03:01 AM
apparently not...I Tried that exact recipe and the Acid Malt didn't give me what I was looking
for. I was talking to someone at the Lhbs about 2 months ago and he told me about the Souring
guiness. I ...