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Posted in thread: Step Mashing BIAB on 03-04-2014 at 10:59 PM
Good to hear wobdee! Just bottled an Irish red, but it was a normal mash schedule. However it
was the first where we adjusted our water. Tasted the sample and it was head over heels better
than our fi...
Posted in thread: Step Mashing BIAB on 02-19-2014 at 11:48 AM
Update on the wheat. It is fantastic. It attenuated well but actually had a very nice
mouthfeel. Very solid medium body. I like that. Also, it came out extremely clean, which has to
do more with the y...
Posted in thread: Mineral Additions - Procedures for Water Adjustment on 02-17-2014 at 11:23 PM
Ahhhh, gotchya. Makes perfect sense now! Thanks Martin. I'm thinking that may have happened
this past weekend. I may have slightly overdosed. But I didn't get too low with the pH. My mash
ph was 5.27....
Posted in thread: Mineral Additions - Procedures for Water Adjustment on 02-17-2014 at 11:22 AM
....When you have calculated an acid addition based on the tap water's alkalinity, you do want
to add that acid before heating.....I'm curious as to why this is. Also, how much more or less
does the ...
Posted in thread: Step Mashing BIAB on 02-09-2014 at 10:59 AM
Will do. My next is going to be a black India saison. 10 pounds of bohemian pilsner malt... So
I'm going to do more of a traditional step mash. 131 for 15-20 minutes and then up I about 150
or so. But...
Posted in thread: Step Mashing BIAB on 02-08-2014 at 01:23 PM
Awesome! Seems like the low alpha rest got you down some points. I'm excited to see how yours
comes out. I also brewed a hoppy American wheat a couple weekends ago with a mash schedule very
Posted in thread: Bicarbonate question on 02-07-2014 at 06:18 PM
AJ, Thanks again for the response! This one I did fully understand and again appreciate the
fact that you take so much time into explaining everything fully in your posts. I do feel more
Posted in thread: Black India Saison?? on 02-07-2014 at 06:06 PM
Cool thanks for your response. As far as the munich and brown sugar, I wanted to make the
backbone of this beer a true to style saison. I made one about a year ago and all it was, was
Pilsner, a low a...
Posted in thread: Black India Saison?? on 02-07-2014 at 02:59 PM
So, I was really wanting to brew something different. Different than the usual Pales, Ipas,
porters, stouts, etc. I have always wanted to do a Black IPA, so I said, why not spice it up
with the Saison...
Posted in thread: Bicarbonate question on 02-07-2014 at 01:59 PM
AJ, Thanks for the very in depth reply, and Ive grown to know that your replies are nothing
short of extremely in depth and I respect that. However, I read your post multiple times and
its a little bi...