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Posted in thread: 97% attenuation, wtf?! on 10-18-2012 at 05:33 AM
So I did another gravity reading today, and it was down another point to 1.02. A few other
interesting things I noticed...- The smell does not have any hint of alcohol. It's a pleasant
fruity scent- I...
Posted in thread: 97% attenuation, wtf?! on 10-17-2012 at 04:46 PM
I don't think this is right. My understanding is that the majority of conversion takes place
very early on in the mash, so an extended mash won't cause more fermentable wort. Also, I
believe that as y...
Posted in thread: 97% attenuation, wtf?! on 10-17-2012 at 03:49 PM
I'm assuming he wanted something sweeter based on his reaction, but I think I'd be happy with
the attenuation.I was looking for dry, but below 1.008 or so the dryness is unpalatable. If I
had not used...
Posted in thread: 97% attenuation, wtf?! on 10-17-2012 at 02:01 PM
Here's the recipe..12 lb Pils3 lb cane sugarmash:10 min @ 128*F120 min @ 150*F (fell to about
145)boil:2 oz Styrian Gold @ 602 oz Saaz @ 30ferment:Cool to 60*F, pitch 1.8L of 3787, let self
rise to 80...
Posted in thread: 97% attenuation, wtf?! on 10-17-2012 at 01:56 PM
I have 3 hydrometers (don't ask..), and tested it with all of them, feeling sure there was
something wrong, but they were all within 1 gravity point of 1.003. My mash schedule was 10
minutes at 128*F,...
Posted in thread: High Attenuation Problem on 10-17-2012 at 07:49 AM
Just curious, how did it turn out over time? This exact thing just happened to me, and I'm
trying to figure out if I should dump the batch.
Posted in thread: 97% attenuation, wtf?! on 10-17-2012 at 07:26 AM
So I brewed a tripel last week, with an OG of 1.084, and pitched a 1.8L stir-plate starter of
3787, and let it self-rise to around 80*F. It's been a week now, and I checked it.. 1.003!
What's going on...
Posted in thread: McMenamin's Ruby on 03-09-2012 at 10:37 PM
Having brewed two batches of Ruby at one of the McMenamins breweries, I can say for certain
that the beer is racked on top of the raspberry puree, the fruit does not get put in the boil.
They use the ...
Posted in thread: Brewing beer in a washing machine! on 12-20-2011 at 07:06 PM
Not sure why everyone keeps calling it a redneck setup.. assuming food grade tubing, a washing
machine is the perfect setup. It holds a bunch of liquid, it stirs constantly, and it has a
Posted in thread: Can someone give me advice on this Simcoe/Amarillo Belgian IIPA? on 11-05-2011 at 07:51 AM
Well, the theory was to pitch T-58, wait a couple days, then pitch S-05. Basically I want to
get a little bit of a Belgian flavor, but not too much. I guess alternatively I could split the
batch and b...