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Posted in thread: DFH 90 Minute Extract on 12-16-2009 at 03:14 AM
So, then this would work out to a little less than 12 1/2 lbs of LME. Then, can I use the
1.66lbs of Amber malt as my specialty grains that I steep in my wort? How does this work? Also,
could I divide...
Posted in thread: DFH 90 Minute Extract on 12-15-2009 at 04:50 AM
So, I've been wanting to brew a Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA clone. It's my wife's favorite beer
and its time I brew one for her. I've found this recipe in a few places. It's the one from BYO
Posted in thread: What is your favorite label/bottle??? on 10-28-2008 at 04:44 AM
I agree that Unibroue has some cool labels. I also enjoy Stone. I think this was my favorite
recent beer label though.
Posted in thread: Conditioning a High Gravity Ale on 10-12-2008 at 05:13 AM
Yeah, that was my biggest concern. Would the yeast hold up after that long of time? I'd hate to
wait so long for the beer only to find that it's not carbonated. Between primary and secondary,
Posted in thread: Conditioning a High Gravity Ale on 10-12-2008 at 04:21 AM
So, I've read around a few threads on secondary conditioning and when to bottle and such, but a
lot of it applies to normal gravity beers. Since this is my first High Gravity, I'd like to run
Posted in thread: Pitch More Yeast? on 09-22-2008 at 02:25 PM
I'll try and answer some of your questions. First let me ask why you feel you under pitched?
5gal batch? 1 pack of what type of yeast?It it a Wyeast smack pack of Trappist High Gravity
yeast, which ac...
Posted in thread: I like to stir things. Stir 'em up. Yes I do. on 09-22-2008 at 04:43 AM
Well, I'm new to this brewing stuff, but I usually not only stir in the yeast, but shake the
whole dang fermenter. Supposedly, it helps aerate the wort, which I've heard is a good thing.
So far, my be...
Posted in thread: Pitch More Yeast? on 09-22-2008 at 04:23 AM
So Iíve been brewing only a short while now. Iíve done two simple beers, a stout and then an
amber. This time, Iím trying a high gravity ale. Using a recipe at my local brewshop, Iím
brewing a tripel....