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Posted in thread: Simple Yeast Storage Procedure on 04-25-2016 at 02:25 PM
My apologies if someone already asked this, but I'm wondering about the hops that are left in
the trub. Will they negatively affect a new brew bitterness? For instance, is it OK to reuse
trub from say...
Posted in thread: Experiences with different saison yeast blends on 04-25-2016 at 03:22 AM
1. I would swap out a bit of corn sugar for the corn. Both oats and rye will give different
contributions. But, both will make a great saison. Swap out 1:1 for the corn and you'll have a
solid (but di...
Posted in thread: Lace & Pearls Spelt Saison on 04-24-2016 at 07:23 PM
Just plain old malted spelt.
Posted in thread: Lace & Pearls Spelt Saison on 04-23-2016 at 10:47 PM
The pH was a bit lower than I typically shoot for (5.25ish), but there was no acidity to this
beer. I think it helped make it really crisp and refreshing. You can really crush this one too,
I drank a ...
Posted in thread: Lace & Pearls Spelt Saison on 04-22-2016 at 02:46 AM
49.5% Castle Pils - 6 lb30.9% Spelt - 3.75 lb4.1% Flaked oats - 8 0z3.1% caramunich III - 6 oz1
lb clear candi sugar (boil 10 min)4.2% rice hulls - 8 ozmash at 148 for 90
Posted in thread: Experiences with different saison yeast blends on 04-22-2016 at 02:15 AM
Hey moors, glad the inland island yeast is working out for you. What was your spelt saison
recipe?Here's my spelt saison. Inspired mostly by Farmhouse Ales book:OG 1.044FG 1.00633
IBU49.5% belgian pil...
Posted in thread: Experiences with different saison yeast blends on 04-22-2016 at 01:01 AM
+100 for midnight wheat
Posted in thread: Commercial Beer Yeast Harvest List on 04-15-2016 at 02:25 PM
I'm not sure. I sent a couple e-mails and some Facebook messages, but never heard anything.
What I can speak to is that whatever it is I cultured, makes some tasty beer. Turned out a
Posted in thread: Commercial Beer Yeast Harvest List on 04-12-2016 at 05:51 PM
I've harvested yeast successfully from Bell's Oberon, Prairie Artisan's Birra (Farmhouse), and
Urban Chestnut's Schnickelfritz (Weissbier). Currently having a lot of fun with yeast!Prairie
told me the...
Posted in thread: From fermentation vessel to keg for aging and serving: how to? on 04-11-2016 at 05:00 PM
This is what I usually do. Id recommend cold crashing for a few days prior to transfer,
otherwise I don't have any problems.