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Posted in thread: Home roasted M.O. pointers please? on 03-06-2009 at 04:00 PM
John Palmer covers this in How To Brew:How to Brew - By John Palmer - Toasting Your Own Malt
Posted in thread: Rickards Red Clone? on 05-28-2007 at 04:09 PM
If you can't get munich try to get vienna. They're fairly similar. But don't brew this with 2
pounds of crystal 60. That's way too much. It will definately not allow the beer to attenuate
enough. I ca...
Posted in thread: First Pale Ale on 05-23-2007 at 08:15 PM
Looks good to me, though I must admit (I'm on a bit of a cascade bender) I'd make 2 1oz
Posted in thread: Planning my Winter Warmer, feedback? on 05-23-2007 at 08:11 PM
Good call bike n brew. For some reason I guess I forgot that the honey was going to dry out the
Posted in thread: Planning my Winter Warmer, feedback? on 05-23-2007 at 01:43 PM
It's kind of hard to tell you if 3#s of honey is too much without seeing the rest of the
grainbill. If you think that cal ale yeast is too neutral you might try the dry english yeast
or maybe even sco...
Posted in thread: First Pale Ale on 05-23-2007 at 01:23 PM
People usually recommend wheat to aid in head retention. Whether or not it actually works is a
whole other matter. Either way it won't hurt. However I would change one thing in your recipe.
Move the c...
Posted in thread: LHBS Kingston Ontario on 05-18-2007 at 04:23 PM
I don't think Todd sells equipment, just ingredients. He does have a bit more in stock than his
website shows though. Just send him an email and ask him if he has what you need. He's usually
Posted in thread: LHBS Kingston Ontario on 05-17-2007 at 09:34 PM
I ordered a tonne of stuff through Todd. He's got a great selection and is really willing to
order other stuff for you if he doesn't have it on hand. Yes Defalco's is very bad for
ingredients but they...
Posted in thread: LHBS Kingston Ontario on 05-16-2007 at 05:03 PM
Though this guy isn't in Kingston he's in Ottawa. If you buy in bulk I'm sure you could justify
the roadtrip (come to Ottawa and see some real hockey! :P) www.skinaneybrewing.com is his
Posted in thread: beer engine with cornies on 05-03-2007 at 01:43 PM
We use cornies at the Real Ale Festival here. If you're pouring fairly quickly, one pint after
another, just open the pressure release valve. If not, then open it only when you're creating a