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Posted in thread: Nottingham dry yeast on 01-27-2015 at 09:21 PM
+1 for Notty. There's a lot to like about Nottingham. It's exceptionally clean when fermenting
at low temperatures ((56 - 60) but you must control fermentation temps) and I make a great
Posted in thread: Looking for a bittering hop to pair with aroma Willamette hop. on 01-09-2015 at 07:36 PM
I've been experimenting with using which ever high alpha hops I had on hand for the 60 minute
bittering addition. I use an online calculator to hit my IBU target and end up using less hop
pellets due ...
Posted in thread: Does anyone use a BIAB style bag in their mash tun? on 10-07-2014 at 05:04 AM
I'm glad to see this thread as this is exactly what I plan on doing instead of buying a false
bottom. I have been wonderig though, do you screw on the lid with the bag hanging over the side
or throw t...
Posted in thread: Does anyone use a BIAB style bag in their mash tun? on 10-05-2014 at 10:56 PM
I hope I don't appear to be dense (its been a long day) but why not lose the cooler / mash tun
all together and use the bag in the kettle like traditional BIABers? I read one post mention
the cooler m...
Posted in thread: Making Soda at Home - The Giveaway! on 08-21-2014 at 01:50 AM
Yes, please enter me.
Posted in thread: You know you're a home brewer when? on 07-25-2014 at 01:38 AM
You know you're beginning to be a GOOD home brewer when you start collecting Brewpies...You
know... Brewmeister Groopies... BREWPIES!
Posted in thread: FastRack Party Pack Giveaway! - Open to All Members! on 07-25-2014 at 01:35 AM
I own a few FastRacks and I love 'em... always room for more!Sign me up please.
Posted in thread: Biere de Saison on 05-18-2014 at 03:16 AM
THERE'S my problem. I've mashing at 68 and fermenting at 148...
Posted in thread: Biere de Saison on 05-18-2014 at 02:58 AM
Dude... like the recipe says:Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): 2weks 66f-->82f;-) ya
know I love ya...
Posted in thread: Flat stout on 03-27-2014 at 03:10 AM
Here's what Revvy had to say in his "Bottling Tips for the Home Brewer" thread:"For most simple
ales, the rule of thumb is 3 weeks @ 70 deg. But I have had Stouts and Porters take 6 to 8
weeks before ...