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Posted in thread: my pilsners are too "flowery" on 08-03-2010 at 12:55 PM
Thanks for the input everyone, I am definitely looking forward to putting out a good pilsner. I
think i will drop the spalt and avoid the late hop additions. Let you know in 2 months! That
sounds so f...
Posted in thread: my pilsners are too "flowery" on 08-03-2010 at 12:27 PM
-Fermented at 52, lagered at 40, wyeast lists 48-56 on their specs for 2007. -Live in Cary, NC
who classifies the water as "moderately soft" w/36.6 ppm CaCo3.Looks like there is a mild
Posted in thread: my pilsners are too "flowery" on 08-02-2010 at 09:00 PM
Latest pilsner had .5lb vienna and .5lb pale wheat malt, which i cant imagine caused this sort
of flavor. The hop additions were: 1oz Spalt 5% @ 60min1oz Saaz 4% @ 40min1oz Hallertau 3.8% @
Posted in thread: my pilsners are too "flowery" on 08-02-2010 at 06:16 PM
I have attempted to make a german styler pilsner on two different occasions with two different
recipes and both have come out with a very similar flavor/aftertaste that i am not fond of. at
all.I can ...
Posted in thread: "Multi-mash" for High OG in 5gal MLT? on 02-25-2010 at 07:45 PM
kryolla - thanks, i have used the rackers site before as i have been trying to stretch my MLT
by thickening the mash, but have started reaching my limits in the 60's. really just want the
ability to d...
Posted in thread: "Multi-mash" for High OG in 5gal MLT? on 02-25-2010 at 03:19 PM
Instead of buying a larger MLT (due to the usual constraints of cost, storage marital disputes
over additional equipment purchases, etc) would it be possible to do the following in order to
brew a hig...