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Posted in thread: Interesting take on a white ale, any comments? on 04-08-2007 at 08:50 PM
Looks like it could be a nice cross between a wit, an American hefe, and a holiday/spiced
beer.Right on... that's just about how I'd describe the taste. Cheers
Posted in thread: Interesting take on a white ale, any comments? on 04-08-2007 at 08:27 PM
Hello, this is the first recipe I've posted here.I brewed this one a few weeks ago. Tasted it
this past weekend, it's great! Very "citrusy" with a nice dryness at the end. Fairly sweet, yet
Posted in thread: Best Beer Bars in America on 03-30-2007 at 05:05 AM
Okay, it's not quite as good as the Brickskeller, but check out Barley's Taproom if you're ever
in Knoxville. Great place for beer lovers.
Posted in thread: Liquid Yeast on 01-19-2007 at 04:23 AM
that happened to me the first time i brewed hehehe.was it whitelabs?the trick i learned is
basically this: shake it crazy like youre supposed to. then, hold it upright and wait a while.
watch the bubb...
Posted in thread: Fermenting temperature too high? on 01-16-2007 at 08:30 PM
i have frequently experienced internal temperatures (inside the bucket--the liquid) of up to
6-8 degrees above what the stick-on thermometer on the side of the bucket says (and indeed, 6-8
Posted in thread: forced carbonation on 01-09-2007 at 03:33 AM
I do that method but i have some concerns.I hit it with 25ish PSI for about a week. SHaking
everyday too. But my beers never have the brilliance I want. THey have a great head, but not
many bubbles co...
Posted in thread: Temperatures during secondary fermentation on 12-07-2006 at 12:48 AM
Hello,A week ago I brewed an amber beer. My apartment is pretty warm and I was having problems
with banana flavors, etc, so I used a chiller thing to keep my temps down during this
fermentation. I rac...
Posted in thread: Force carbonation bubbles vs. bottling on 11-14-2006 at 04:44 PM
I started using kegs a few months ago, and that's worked out fine, but I've noticed that when I
force carbonate, the carbonation is super fine (the bubbles are super tiny, almost invisible
unless you ...
Posted in thread: Fermenting too warm for part of fermentation on 11-05-2006 at 04:23 PM
doug, do you recall about how long it needed to age before it was okay? thanks
Posted in thread: Fermenting too warm for part of fermentation on 11-05-2006 at 04:22 AM
I brewed a porter the other day and it got off to a really quick start with fermentation (WL
irish yeast). I went to bed, and woke up and it was kicking ass hard... the stick on
thermometer said 80F b...