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Posted in thread: smoked scotch ale on 02-27-2013 at 01:07 AM
Thanks for the input guys, I'm going to get a couple impartial taste testers to let me know how
smokey they think it is, but I'm really leaning towards the smoke category at this point.
Posted in thread: smoked scotch ale on 02-23-2013 at 09:17 PM
Hi all, I originally posted this in the ingredients forum and didn't get any hits, thought I
would try here.... If an admin has a more appropriate place in mind, please move this
thread.Just looking f...
Posted in thread: smoked strong scotch ale on 02-16-2013 at 08:52 PM
Hi all, Just looking for some advice on how to enter a strong scotch ale in a local
competition. It was the first runnings I did in a partigyle brew, part of my grain bill was
some 2 row that I smoked...
Posted in thread: How to add gravity after fermentation? on 12-29-2011 at 01:44 AM
You can add sugars at any point. Easiest way would be to get some LME/DME and dissolve it in
some water, boil and cool (a 5 minute boil is OK), and add. Some big beers are brewed this way,
Posted in thread: Serving with CO2 disconnected on 12-03-2011 at 02:14 AM
what day_trippr said.Do yourself a favor and get a tee for the gas line so you can keep both
kegs hooked up to the gas :cross:Yeah, I've been meaning to get a tee and just havnt got around
to it... no...
Posted in thread: Serving with CO2 disconnected on 12-02-2011 at 04:19 AM
So, I've had a kegerator for years and just started homebrewing this year. In years past i
would buy a keg, hook up the CO2, set @ 12-14 psi, drink the beer, disconnect, buy new keg,
Posted in thread: First PM - OG way low. I thought I did everything perfectly? on 11-22-2011 at 06:34 PM
There seems to be some confusing info going on here. Im new to all grain, but from what ive
read, mashing in the 145-150 range will produce a more attenuative beer. My first all grain
only got up to a...
Posted in thread: First PM - OG way low. I thought I did everything perfectly? on 11-19-2011 at 10:33 PM
Id take another stab @ it before complaining about grain crush to your supplier.I may have
missed it, but you did stir really well when you added the grain at the start of the mash,
Posted in thread: are corona grinder ok? on 11-10-2011 at 01:11 PM
My lhbs actually uses a carona mill to crush their grain, obviously motorized. It doesn't seem
to take obnoxiously long for them to crush 10 lbs for me, maybe 8 to 10 min. Talking to the
store owners ...
Posted in thread: First time bottling - Couple of questions on 10-27-2011 at 07:13 PM
Thanks again for everyone's help on this, I popped one of these beers (prolly prematurely) last
night, 6 full days after bottling & it already had good carbonation & tasted great! Great
success for my...