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Posted in thread: BrewR for Android on 07-19-2013 at 09:08 PM
I get perfect Irish Red Ale style match when I enter this recipe in BrewR as follows:Irish Red
AleRecipe specifics:Style: Irish Red AleBatch size: 5.0 galBoil volume: 2.5 galOG: 1.048FG:
Posted in thread: BrewR for Android on 07-19-2013 at 03:27 AM
By the way you can use the "Share" option in the app (via Cloud sync or just as plain text if
you haven't been using the sync).
Posted in thread: BrewR for Android on 07-19-2013 at 12:04 AM
Please post (or email me to feedr.dev at gmail dot com) the recipe or few that you're having a
Posted in thread: BrewR for Android on 07-18-2013 at 06:00 PM
Have you looked at batch size / boil volume values? Do they correctly reflect what you are
making? Also make sure you have the correct recipe type selected. E.g. Extract if you are
making an extract k...
Posted in thread: BrewR for Android on 04-23-2013 at 02:40 AM
Arggg, the app has stopped working (for me at least). What'll I do? How will I waste my time
now?I've reset the phone but keep getting this after the app start up screen:ErrorThe remote
server sent an...
Posted in thread: Brewing Classic Styles Irish Red Recipe on 09-30-2012 at 10:56 PM
What I think is that the recipes in the book are conversions to extract from AG. Most likely
Jamil created/refined the recipes as AG originally and then when the book was being written or
edited he ca...
Posted in thread: Never been so discouraged about homebrew (need some encouragement) on 06-17-2012 at 10:23 PM
Are you pitching enough yeast and oxygenate well? Try a small 1.040 OG, 1 gallon batch. With
the same water. Stressed yeast throws off a ton of phenolic off-flavors.
Posted in thread: beer tastes like star san on 02-21-2012 at 02:56 AM
I hear you OP. I've also been brewing for just over 3 years with variable (often crappy)
results, until recently. I changed a lot of different things: all grain, water, boil intensity
/ length, mash p...
Posted in thread: What ale should I make? on 02-12-2012 at 03:29 AM
How about Pacman? Sexy enough for you? They are all very similar, neutral and clean at that
Posted in thread: What ale should I make? on 02-12-2012 at 03:00 AM
Just use Nottingham or US05 yeast and make any ale you like. They ferment just fine at 60
degrees. It is the preferred temp, actually, if you want a clean profile with no esters.