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Posted in thread: Barleywine, almost to estimated FG, but still sweet on 08-17-2015 at 02:23 PM
Can you clarify how you got that number? I am just relying on Brewer's Friend and it says in
the low 80's.Simple formula: IBU ------OG (number after the .)= apparent bitternessso yours
would be 83 / 1...
Posted in thread: Barleywine, almost to estimated FG, but still sweet on 08-17-2015 at 01:54 PM
Two things are making it a little sweet and one one can be corrected.Your current high final
gravity it leaving a large amount of sugars, champagne yeast will help to eat a bit of this up
and reduce o...
Posted in thread: Session saison attempt on 08-03-2015 at 08:30 PM
Munich malt is a very strong flavor and I think would overshadow the flavor profiles from the
yeast you are looking for.If you wanted a good malty flavor I would suggest vienna malt. It is
Posted in thread: Water Chemistry Brewing App? on 07-22-2015 at 06:45 PM
Is there an app out there that provides the calculations for water chemistry. I know that
beersmith 2 and ibrewmaster2 do not have those calculations. They have the requirements for
specific water reg...
Posted in thread: First all grain! Please help on 07-16-2015 at 01:27 PM
No, if fermentation started that early you are great!Starter is fermenting after 12 hrs for
brewing Saturday! Is it enough or should I pitch another jar?
Posted in thread: How many gallons of homebrew in 2015? on 07-15-2015 at 08:17 PM
14979+5 Brown Ale+5 American Pale Ale+5 Rosemary Blackberry Ale= 14994
Posted in thread: Natural carb vs co2 on 07-04-2015 at 01:48 AM
The biggest differences you'll have A little yeast in the bottom of each bottle where is if you
use natural CO2 you don't have that. The sugars used for natural co2 impart no flavor to the
beer and on...
Posted in thread: Lurker Getting Started on 05-28-2015 at 08:14 PM
agree with pretty much everyone here. Propane is cheaper to startup, significantly so, electric
is more expensive in the beginning, but cheaper over the long haul.That being said, go propane
Posted in thread: Summer beer to be ready in August? on 05-28-2015 at 03:25 PM
You guys aren't making this decision any easier! Maybe I'll have to do both! :DMore to drink
more fun times :drunk:!!
Posted in thread: Summer beer to be ready in August? on 05-28-2015 at 01:58 PM
Hi All,I'm spending a week up at the lake in NH with the family in August, so I have about 10
weeks to brew, ferment, lager (maybe), and carb up a keg of beer. Any suggestions for a beer
that will be ...