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Posted in thread: Tiger Bait Pale on 11-05-2011 at 11:14 PM
allright just brewed this with my grain bill and your hop schedule. i also added 1 oz cascade
mash hop. ill post how it turns out. it should be a bit hoppier. my cascades are 6.4 AA and my
Posted in thread: Tiger Bait Pale on 11-04-2011 at 06:32 PM
looks tasty. i designed a similar recipe using only cascade and falconers flight to brew this
weekend. my recipe is:9# 2 row8oz carapils8oz crystal 154oz crystal 1201oz cascade 60 min1oz
cascade 30 mi...
Posted in thread: Black Death ( Irish Death Clone) on 10-31-2011 at 10:38 PM
great recipe how did it turn out?
Posted in thread: cherry beer recipe - what do you think? on 10-13-2011 at 05:22 PM
thanks for the reply. do you think racking onto a can of Oregon cherry puree as well as a pound
of frozen dark sweet cherries will leave enough sweetness and cherry flavor in the beer?
mashing at 154-...
Posted in thread: cherry beer recipe - what do you think? on 10-12-2011 at 10:57 PM
I put together this recipe in hopes of a simple refreshing cherry beer recipe. please let me
know if i should change anything:all grain:5# 2 row5# wheat.5 oz Columbus 60 min1 oz Columbus 5
Posted in thread: Using WL005 british ale yeast for evil twin brew? on 04-14-2011 at 08:35 AM
well ive been cracking these for a couple weeks now. i have to say this is a great amber, great
balance of malt and hops.great recipe. although ive never had the opportunity to try Alesmith's
Posted in thread: Does priming sugar dry a beer? on 04-14-2011 at 08:24 AM
bottling definitely seems a more controlled process than any beer kit instructions would
explain. I star san and scrub each bottle, then after every 8 bottles or so filled, i stir the
bottling bucket ...
Posted in thread: Does priming sugar dry a beer? on 04-14-2011 at 05:59 AM
That's why I never get draft beer. Bottled is way more consistent, and I tend to think bottled
beer tastes the way the brewer intended.good point, so that kinda answers my original question.
Posted in thread: Does priming sugar dry a beer? on 04-14-2011 at 05:48 AM
i recently had a stone ipa on tap at a pub. then in the bottle. there is an obvious difference
in flavor. i am starting to think theres more of an art to bottling than just dumping in sugar.
Posted in thread: Does priming sugar dry a beer? on 04-14-2011 at 05:39 AM
all grain. i know the beer needs time to mature and that of course changes the flavor profile.
i just feel maybe its a bit to much priming sugar. not sure