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Posted in thread: Rosehip & mountain ash/rowan berry wine? on 08-30-2006 at 12:27 PM
Two years... It had better be good, seeing as I will be finishing my now freshly started
masters' degree around that time!Anyway, I'll be out harvesting berries after the first frost.
(Or, me not bein...
Posted in thread: Rosehip & mountain ash/rowan berry wine? on 08-29-2006 at 07:31 PM
That's probably a sound plan. But I like the concept of just mixing it all together in a bucket
and leaving it. :)It seems that the rosehips need longer to mature than the rowan berries. Any
idea how ...
Posted in thread: Rosehip & mountain ash/rowan berry wine? on 08-29-2006 at 06:10 PM
Hi, all.I'm considering making a wine from rosehips and rowan berries (that's mountain ash to
any americans out there). Does anybody have any experience with this kind of wine? I see Jack
Keller has s...
Posted in thread: How not To Clean a 6.5 gal Carboy on 06-22-2006 at 04:36 PM
I hope you didn't sever any nerves. I once put a beer bottle down too hard on a metal grille
(don't ask), and it shattered in my hand. One sliver found its way into the fleshy part in the
Posted in thread: Here's something someone needs to invent... on 06-08-2006 at 11:39 AM
I found the full text, but the site requires a license. Fortunately, the library at my
university has one, so the article now rests on my HD. PM and ye shall receive. :) (It looks
interesting, but als...
Posted in thread: Too much yeast? on 06-08-2006 at 08:52 AM
Heh. Looks like the gal at the brewery finally did right by you! :) Just imagine: if it has
that kind of head now, what will it be like a few weeks from now? Mmmmm...
Posted in thread: first bad batch... on 06-08-2006 at 08:49 AM
By the way, strong Belgians should smell like vomit.Oooh. Hercule Poirot being a case in point?
Posted in thread: Bummer and a big decision... on 06-07-2006 at 08:17 PM
You have my sympathies, Dude. Good luck.
Posted in thread: Here's something someone needs to invent... on 06-06-2006 at 09:53 PM
Thanks. :DWhat's a standard inner diameter for a carboy neck, then? About two inches? As long
as you don't exceed that diameter, the instrument can be fairly tall before touching the
bottom.The LEDs d...
Posted in thread: Here's something someone needs to invent... on 06-06-2006 at 12:25 PM
Great strategy, Levers101! I'm not sure I'm with you on the pH rising as the yeast no longer
produces gas. Wouldn't it just stay much the same as long as the carbon dioxide "blanket"
remains in the ve...