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Posted in thread: After the divorce, Simcoe and ?? on 11-28-2012 at 03:39 AM
I agree with Jsguitar. I've made an IPA with Magnum FWH and a buttload of Cascade/Simcoe and
the combo makes for a great hop character. Also, for the wildcard vote I'd say Galaxy/Simcoe.
Posted in thread: Pretty Pretty Smell Good IPA (all grain) on 09-22-2012 at 05:06 AM
Really I just called it an IPA, but stylistically its definitely not. I really just didn't know
what to call it. Hoppy american wheat I guess. I used a smaller version of this grain bill
Posted in thread: Pretty Pretty Smell Good IPA (all grain) on 09-22-2012 at 04:50 AM
The ibus come in at around 85 (rager). I think I will cut back the bittering, as the late hops
and dry hops may add some perceived bitterness... I didn't really want it too bitter anyway, I
just have ...
Posted in thread: Pretty Pretty Smell Good IPA (all grain) on 09-22-2012 at 12:39 AM
Hey y'all, I'm working up an Ipa recipe and just wanted to see what you guys think. Here goes7
lb. 2-row5 lb. wheat .75 lb. Honey malt.5 lb. Victory.75 lb. Cane sugarThe grain bill is one
I've used be...
Posted in thread: Black RyePA, suggestions? on 08-19-2012 at 07:32 AM
Hey howdy hey HBT. I'm brewing with a friend from work on Monday, and we're going to try a
black RyePA. The goal when we first began recipe formulation was a black ipa\CDA, but then he
tried Wookie Ja...
Posted in thread: Ninkasi Oatis Stout Clone? on 08-19-2012 at 07:08 AM
I've been experimenting with a clone. In my last attempt I used about 6.5 percent chocolate
malt, 5 percent roasted barley, 3 percent caramel 60, and the rest 2 row pale. I do 90 minute
boils so I sho...
Posted in thread: Oatmeal stout recipe? on 07-30-2012 at 04:25 AM
I second dialing back the black malt. maybe use a quarter pound or less if you want it to be
suuuuper black, otherwise i'd cut it out. I'd also raise the roast barley and chocolate malt. I
make more s...
Posted in thread: Coffee porter recipe input on 05-23-2012 at 02:50 AM
I just made a coffee stout about a month and a half ago, using cold brewed espresso. I put half
a pound fine ground espresso into a gallon of water (pre-boiled), let it sit in the fridge for
a day and...
Posted in thread: Stainless steel cooler mash tun? on 04-02-2012 at 07:29 AM
Nope, the interior is like a regular cooler
Posted in thread: Stainless steel cooler mash tun? on 04-02-2012 at 05:53 AM
I've been brewing BIAB for my last few batches, but recently I've been looking into cooler mash
tun builds. Today while I was out browsing coolers I came across this bad boy anyone used one
of these ...