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Posted in thread: RIS - Recipe using no chocolate malt? on 08-25-2015 at 09:01 PM
i love pale chocolate malt. The last imperial stout I did used mostly pale chocolate with a
small amount of carafa III to still get the right color. I think that looks pretty solid.
Posted in thread: S'More Beer? on 08-25-2015 at 05:15 PM
how did this turn out? i am planning on trying this one. but without the lactose and
marshmallow cremeTurned out great!! was definitely a crowd pleaser. Next time i make it I am
going to avoid using t...
Posted in thread: RIS - Recipe using no chocolate malt? on 08-25-2015 at 05:08 PM
Hey everyone,i was reading an old article on BYO from about russian imperial stouts and brew
master Dan Rogers (now at Griffin Claw brewery) talks about how he uses ZERO chocolate malt in
his stouts a...
Posted in thread: Big Beer - Stuck Fermentation on 08-13-2015 at 06:28 PM
If you added enough sugar to get to 1.21 (you should probably post how much sugar you added so
we can check that math), and it fermented out to 1.056 your alcohol content is somewhere
between 20 and 2...
Posted in thread: Big Beer - Stuck Fermentation on 08-12-2015 at 03:49 PM
So, you have some options but the beer may be done. What I have done with success is to boil up
some yeast nutrient and simple sugar together, and add those to the fermenter, warming it up
Posted in thread: Are Mice Bad For Your Beer? on 08-11-2015 at 06:23 PM
Posted in thread: Dark Horse Brewery - Sapient Trip Ale on 08-11-2015 at 03:28 PM
I have been harvesting the yeast from my last few 6 packs of Sapient Trip and would like to
make a clone but I need some help on the recipe. Based on the video (below) that Dark Horse put
out I know t...
Posted in thread: White Labs Yeast or US-05 or Notthingham for Imperial Stout on 08-11-2015 at 12:59 PM
+1 on Notty. Very versatile yeast. Use it in both my stouts and IPAs with great results.
Posted in thread: Big Beer - Stuck Fermentation on 08-10-2015 at 10:25 PM
So I dont want to ramble to long so to sum up I brewed a big olde ale with a theoretical SG of
1.21. Mashed my grains at 148, and ended with a post boil gravity 0f 1.14. I siphoned 2 gallons
of the 1....
Posted in thread: s-04 or US-05 for a Texas Brown Ale (Brown IPA) on 06-29-2015 at 04:21 PM
Mercan what?US-05 is an american ale yeast. I personaly would go that route and ferment around
68 degrees for a clean fermentation. Ive made some great american browns in the past using that