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Posted in thread: Recovering from poor dry hop/racking technique on 08-16-2014 at 06:49 PM
So last night I went to keg a pale ale I dry hopped last week. This was the first time I used
pellets instead of whole leaf. I also dry hopped in the primary. When I took the lid off the
fermenter I n...
Posted in thread: Mold in my StarSan Container on 08-15-2014 at 06:57 PM
I've been mixing up 5 gal batches of StarSan and keeping it in a sealded Homer bucket. The last
time I opened it up I noticed I had some black fuzzy mold taking up residence on the inner
surface of th...
Posted in thread: Saison - Dumping in Some Random Grain on 06-25-2014 at 02:14 AM
Tends to be on ths dry side then?I did a Saison over the winter. OG was 1.080. FG was 1.003. As
I figure it.. it's nearly a 10.3 ABV. I'm having a VERY difficult time getting any sort of
Posted in thread: First Brew Looking for some Recomendations on 06-20-2014 at 03:39 PM
The more batches I do, and the more experienced brewers I talk to - the more I'm convinced that
just leaving it in the primary is the best way to go - even with dry hopping. I even tend to
get better ...
Posted in thread: Coopers real ale on 06-03-2014 at 01:12 AM
I just finished off a keg of Coopers Real Ale a couple of weeks ago. I used 500g of light DME;
250g of dextrose and about 225g of maltodextrin. I thought it was a decent beer, but I don't
know if I'll...
Posted in thread: Cream ale, American wheat or weizenbier? on 06-02-2014 at 01:24 PM
I saw a kit/recipe on Northern Brewer (I think) for a Spotted Cow cream ale clone. I think the
called it "Speckled Heiffer".. cute. It had good reviews and I was thinking of trying that. I'm
Posted in thread: Carbing a keg on 05-22-2014 at 11:13 PM
My (limited) experience has been that trying to rapid carb is a a futile experience. Sure, you
can get the fizzies in there. But it seems to me like time just makes makes for better beer. If
you go nu...
Posted in thread: Irish Stout, too much headspace turned out not enough on 05-22-2014 at 11:02 PM
Might this be an example of the benefits in brewing in an Ale Pail?
Posted in thread: Making a pale ale, would appreciate help with recipe. on 05-18-2014 at 03:10 PM
There's a beer that I fell in love with at a brewpub in Boston. I'd characterize the beer as an
American Pale Ale. Nice hoppy flavor and aroma, but not much on the bittering.. which suits my
Posted in thread: Solving a Beer Puzzle on 05-10-2014 at 07:23 PM
I'm interested in the all grain version. The description sounds like my ideal pale ale.This is
the complete AG version directly from the brewer. OG 1.054FG 1.00940 BU5.5 SRM 8.5 lbs. 2
Row3.75 lbs. Vi...