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  • Posted in thread: 15-Minute Amarillo Ale on 04-03-2010 at 11:09 AM
    Glassblower,I've only done 2 of the 15 minute brews, an Amarillo and a Chinook. The only thing
    I can say, is to load up your beer with low AA hops. My Amarillo came out great, I got the
    recipe from th...

  • Posted in thread: 15-Minute Amarillo Ale on 11-14-2009 at 03:50 PM
    I tried the recipe the guys on basic brewing did and I thought I'd add my 2 cents. My history
    is 28 batches brewed, going full circle. Liquid Extract -> Mini Mash -> Small Batch All Grain
    -> Full All ...

  • Posted in thread: Single hop Simcoe idea - my first recipe on 11-02-2009 at 12:46 AM
    Yeah, I did an All Simcoe earlier this summer and it turned out pretty good. In the future,
    I'll just use the Simcoe for bittering though. I wanted to experiment with the taste and found
    that I like C...

  • Posted in thread: Hop Schedule Help: 3 oz Simcoe Hops and 10 lbs of Grain on 07-23-2009 at 06:14 PM
    So the beer is a winner. Outrageous aroma and the proper amount of bitterness. I'm glad I have
    2 cases of this stuff. Thanks all for your input. It's a solid recipe and will give you a great
    clean bee...

  • Posted in thread: Exploring "no chill" brewing on 07-18-2009 at 11:39 AM
    This container looks good too

  • Posted in thread: Exploring "no chill" brewing on 07-17-2009 at 01:00 PM
    Others like me have probably employed a hybrid of this method - the Partial Chill. The summer
    temps drive the tap water higher making chilling to yeast pitching temps very difficult. I've
    recently use...

  • Posted in thread: Hop Schedule Help: 3 oz Simcoe Hops and 10 lbs of Grain on 07-15-2009 at 12:24 PM
    Since I was in a rush the night I brewed, I added the hot and cold break to the fermenter. When
    I dry hopped the 1oz of Simcoe, I racked to secondary to separate it from the trub/break
    material. Of co...

  • Posted in thread: Converting a S.S. Wort Chiller to Have Hose Fittings on 07-15-2009 at 12:20 PM
    In retrospect, the cheapest alternative is to go to Plumbing Supply as previously recommended.
    All you'd need is two 3/8" compression x Female Hose thread fittings and one Male Hose Thread x
    Male Hose...

  • Posted in thread: Converting a S.S. Wort Chiller to Have Hose Fittings on 07-09-2009 at 02:18 AM
    Good to hear I'm not alone. Brass fittings.com as mention before is probably cheaper than the
    depot. Your other option is to trim off the old hose at the chiller and reattach/ reclamp the
    newer hose. ...

  • Posted in thread: Converting a S.S. Wort Chiller to Have Hose Fittings on 07-08-2009 at 05:51 PM
    So I went with the compression fitting. One is tight as hell, with no leaks. The other is still
    slightly movable, letting out on small drip every few minutes. I think I'll take that one back
    to the de...

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