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Posted in thread: Question on substituting cane sugar for dme on 01-18-2015 at 06:06 PM
That sounds interesting. I've always used plain table sugar, I think I'll mix it up on one
Posted in thread: Question on substituting cane sugar for dme on 01-18-2015 at 04:08 PM
Sugar & DME to not sub 1 for 1. The chart I listed gives the proper proportions.The chart you
linked says nothing of sugar. It equates DME, LME, and grain.Sugar yields 46 ppg and most DME
45 ppg. You ...
Posted in thread: Question on substituting cane sugar for dme on 01-18-2015 at 01:29 AM
Plenty if professional brewers use a percentage of simple sugars to help dry beers out,
especially IPA/DIPA brewers. I think Palmer advises 5-10% of your total.
Posted in thread: How Do You Aerate? on 01-11-2015 at 10:27 PM
Instead of pouring into your fermenter try pouring into a bottling bucket. Then let it run from
the spigot into your fermenter. It takes some time and creates a ton of foam. I've always used
Posted in thread: How many? on 01-09-2015 at 08:51 AM
247502A few 1 gal projects going. Locally captured yeast for primary and various dregs added to
secondary. One is a fruit/Brett beer without any souring bugs.
Posted in thread: WLP644 vs WLP650 on 01-09-2015 at 03:56 AM
six months later.....give me an update.I ended up bottling both at the end of June. Got about 8
bottles out of each and they were all drank by September. The tartness all but disappeared, but
Posted in thread: Looking for extract recipes on 01-06-2015 at 02:19 AM
Another vote for Jamil's "Brewing Classic Styles". Check your local library, I've gotten my
hands on a number of great brewing books free.
Posted in thread: Milk Stout on 12-04-2014 at 05:11 AM
I've brewed the recipe with s04 and 1332 with negligible differences. 1332 with a starter
finished slightly lower but they both tasted great. Both times I split off a gallon and bottled
it with a doub...
Posted in thread: Forgot Gravity Reading before priming sugar on 11-25-2014 at 01:29 PM
To answer the OPs question, sucrose contributes 46 ppg. 6.75 oz gives you 19.4 pts, or 3.5 per
gallon. You actually finished somewhere between 1.004 and 1.005.
Posted in thread: Finding Homebrew contests on 11-20-2014 at 05:24 AM
The Lone Star Circuit is a collection of Texas homebrew competitions.