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  • Posted in thread: India Red Ale on 11-16-2016 at 03:49 AM
    I have been looking at this recipe for a long time, but think I might actually brew it this
    weekend (if I can get approval from SWMBO). Can anyone compare this recipe to any commercial
    examples? Just ...

  • Posted in thread: India Red Ale on 07-06-2016 at 01:28 AM
    WillieP. just back online. I hope your brew day was a success. I would imagine your have a very
    dank, piney IRA on your hands based on the hop schedule.Cheers, Tim

  • Posted in thread: Deschutes Twilight Ale recipe?? on 04-29-2016 at 02:32 AM
    Same grain bill as first page of thread?What's the Amarillo schedule?CC Summer Ale10-A American
    Pale AleAuthor: TimDate: 3/21/16Size: 13.0 galEfficiency: 82.0%Attenuation: 76.0%Calories:
    170.47 kcal p...

  • Posted in thread: Deschutes Twilight Ale recipe?? on 04-27-2016 at 02:48 AM
    I just made my 2016 version of this with Simcoe to bitter, then all Amarillo. Its really great.
    I used Imperial Organic Yeast "House" strain which is WLP 007/Wyeast 1098.

  • Posted in thread: American Blonde Pale Ale Recipe critique (Using Falconer's Flight hops) on 04-03-2016 at 09:28 PM
    Looks OK, I am not a fan of Victory but that is a taste preference thing. I like the hops
    choice. Did you run this through a recipe calculator? I'd keep the IBU at 30 or lower on this
    light of a beer....

  • Posted in thread: India Red Ale on 03-13-2016 at 01:01 AM
    Hey Boyd, I have used 1968 and it was a bit sweet. Tasty for sure- I love that yeast. If you
    use it, mash lower as you want the beer to dry out

  • Posted in thread: India Red Ale on 03-07-2016 at 05:39 AM
    FlaglerBC,The recipe is a wandering beast for sure. I have not brewed this in a while, but my
    favorite version is:7.5 Lbs pale (59%)4 lbs light munich (32%).5 lbs C-40 (4%).5 lbs C-90 (4%)1
    oz black p...

  • Posted in thread: India Red Ale on 01-31-2016 at 04:41 PM
    Nice experiment zazzler. I am curious about the results. Experimental Brewing is doing a 180f
    vs. 120f hopstand experiment this month. check that out too. As for the dry hops schedule, I
    have played a...

  • Posted in thread: Triple Perle and or Yakima Gold? on 01-24-2016 at 04:54 PM
    Thanks Silverfish. I must missed the Tahoma and Cashmere...they probably gave them to you:)I'm
    going to do an IPA with the TP and YG in equal quantity.Brulosopher did a "Perle Cross" APA. He
    also conf...

  • Posted in thread: IPA with complex grains bill on 01-24-2016 at 04:48 PM
    Questions:1) Wheat and oak flakes: does it make sense in a in IPA in that quantity?These only
    make sense if you have the goal of increasing the creaminess of the mouthfeel2) Would I notice
    the grain b...

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March 4, 2009  •  08:56 PM
Hey- I know you dude- This board is great. I have all the pieces to my kegerator ordered. Can't wait. Found your name on the DIY bottle filler thread. Will be making one soon.

the other Tim
March 6, 2009  •  11:29 PM
Hey- the Barley Crusher seems like a win win, but the carnkandstein is cheaper:


and you can build your own hopper. I know you're not too keen on spending more than you have to, so I would compare both. I would love my own mill...