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Posted in thread: roasting grains covered in maple syrup before mash? on 08-20-2015 at 07:30 PM
I'm not sure you've really gotten across what you're hoping for? Basically maple flavor in the
end beer? I've never used it so I can't say. Adding after a couple days of fermentation is done
makes a l...
Posted in thread: roasting grains covered in maple syrup before mash? on 08-20-2015 at 03:31 PM
When considering these things, you have to really ask yourself, what do you expect to happen?
Is the process you're planning going to create something different? Or is just malted grain and
Posted in thread: Problem Boiling 4 gallons with a 2000 watt element on 08-20-2015 at 02:58 PM
Yep +1Wrap it with a towelAnd put the lid on until you get a boil going.I get a gentle, rolling
boil on 4 gallons with an 1800W induction cooker.
Posted in thread: What's your "Firing Squad" meal? on 08-13-2015 at 02:03 PM
Either 3 eggs over medium, white toast, crispy bacon, burnt homefriesOr grilled cheese and
tomato soup, with the soup made with milk not water.Juevos rancheros would be good too, but I'm
sure they'd s...
Posted in thread: American Pale Wheat Ale on 08-11-2015 at 01:34 PM
I don't use more than 3 hops anymore. Usually one or two. Your taste buds have something they
can focus on and appreciate. My favorite beers from local brew pubs typically end up being one
or two hop ...
Posted in thread: American Pale Wheat Ale on 08-11-2015 at 01:15 PM
Here's some personal opinion feedback:40% wheat seems like more than I'd guess are in these
beers, but I could be wrong. I'd go 20-25% personally.The hops seem mottled with many different
Posted in thread: Molasses on 08-10-2015 at 03:20 PM
Blackstrap is stronger than regular molasses and has less sugar in. If its bitter, it might be
a sulfured one. Not all are. Use it more like a flavoring additive than a honey. Its less
Posted in thread: Beer purchasing in Utah on 08-09-2015 at 02:09 AM
www.Pubquest.comThere's some stuff in Springdale.
Posted in thread: electric brewery idea on 08-08-2015 at 12:58 PM
If you have access to 240v plug, I'd consider a 3500w induction burner. For what you pay for a
heat stick, its worth considering. Avantco is like $180. It comes down to how you want to brew.
Posted in thread: IRIMS is here! on 08-08-2015 at 12:54 PM
Insulation is the key here. My 4500w setup is working great! I'm getting 1-1.3 deg per minute
at flow of 1-1.5 gpm.How much water in the tun?