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Posted in thread: Full Pint malt from Great Western/Imperial Organic Yeast Co. on 09-06-2015 at 07:41 PM
My Wet hop beer turned out spectacular with the Full Pint malt and Imperial Yeast Pub (London
ESB/English Ale) yeast. Steinbarts did not get Centennial, but replaced with fresh Amarillo!
The malt does...
Posted in thread: My crock pot micro brew test, using fresh whole cone hops! on 09-05-2015 at 04:36 PM
Looks like a fun side project... brewing one growler at a time:) So you mashed at 160? Looks
like a pale ale recipe? I use my crock pot for immersion cooking and hooked up a PID temp
controller to it,...
Posted in thread: Full Pint malt from Great Western/Imperial Organic Yeast Co. on 09-01-2015 at 06:59 PM
What I would do is to shake it well, barely open the lid to let the pressure off, then cover
the can with some sanitized foil. This should be sufficient to keep any contaminants out of the
yeast and a...
Posted in thread: Full Pint malt from Great Western/Imperial Organic Yeast Co. on 09-01-2015 at 04:06 AM
I'm betting you shop at F.H. Steinbart.Today picked up some Imperial Organic Yeast B51
workhorse to try out in my Belgian Pale ale. With 200 billion yeast cells I wont have to do a
yeast starter. The ...
Posted in thread: fresh / Wet hop absorption and hop tea on 09-01-2015 at 03:45 AM
I always budget 2 gallons of wort for big hoppy beers, i.e. 7 gallon recipe for 5 gallon yield.
Its not much more grain, and if you have the kettle space, it is the easiest way to go. Sounds
like you ...
Posted in thread: Does this look normal? Photos attached. on 09-01-2015 at 03:37 AM
Did you taste it?
Posted in thread: Full Pint malt from Great Western/Imperial Organic Yeast Co. on 08-27-2015 at 02:27 PM
The color is 2L. It's killned just like the standard 2-row.
Posted in thread: Full Pint malt from Great Western/Imperial Organic Yeast Co. on 08-27-2015 at 01:01 AM
Hi Brewers, I just picked a bag of this new base malt. It was highly recommended by one of the
local homebrew gurus. The kernels are very plump and tasty out of the bag. Here is the
Posted in thread: India Red Ale on 08-21-2015 at 09:09 PM
"It tastes quite a bit different than I was expecting. However I should have read the first few
posts a bit more carefully and also realised what grains I was working with."I think you will
find this ...
Posted in thread: India Red Ale on 08-01-2015 at 05:57 PM
So after 9 days I'm down to about 1.020. Going by the original recipe it should finish about
1.014 or 1.015.Hopefully I can get a steady reading by Sunday and bottle it then.If not then I
have to wait...