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Posted in thread: Does this recipe sound ok? on 08-17-2013 at 03:07 PM
yeah, noticed that when i put it into beersmith - how about simply 200g of Muscovado and a
tablespoon of honey for a hint of the honey taste? by my calculations, including sugar already
in apple juice...
Posted in thread: Does this recipe sound ok? on 08-16-2013 at 04:58 PM
Hey there, Just wanted to get a second opinion on this cider recipe i wanna try - Gonna use
Champagne yeast to get a nice high ABV.4 Litres Apple Juice330g Honey200g Dark Muscovado Sugar1
Posted in thread: 75-100% Oat Beer? on 08-07-2013 at 08:30 PM
well in the UK at least, flaked oats cost over 5x as much per kilo as regular - for 10kg of
flaked oats i'd be paying over £40 ($60) as opposed to £7.50 ($12)
Posted in thread: How to fix (Possible) overcarbonated beer. on 08-07-2013 at 07:58 PM
Hi! I recently made a batch of dark beer - my own recipe, hard to class as any type of beer -
I'd say stout or porter but thats beside the point.My problem is - I had some issues when i
bottled it:1. ...
Posted in thread: 75-100% Oat Beer? on 08-02-2013 at 09:42 PM
basically, flaked oats are expensive, and in the UK i get get 10kg of porridge oats for £7.50,
making this literally the cheapest beer i've ever made :)
Posted in thread: How to make sure my brew is a Lager on 08-02-2013 at 09:41 PM
Thanks! So theoretically i could convert any ale recipe to a lager one by using lager yeast and
lagering for a couple months?
Posted in thread: Xzarfenbrau (a Very potent Stout/Porter) on 08-02-2013 at 09:39 PM
Hey there! I've just opened a bottle of the first beer i've ever made not from a kit or recipe
- my own design! In all honesty i thought it was really good - not a perfect beer, but i've
enjoyed all 2...
Posted in thread: How to make sure my brew is a Lager on 08-02-2013 at 09:25 PM
Hi there! I recently had a bottle of a really good Japanese Black Lager. I'm wanting to try to
make one, but I'm completely lost as to how i make sure my brew is a Lager and not an Ale.Is it
to do wit...
Posted in thread: 75-100% Oat Beer? on 07-29-2013 at 04:16 AM
The original 3-6 hour boil is to hydrate starches and break cell walls. Subsequent boils are to
remove excess water - as the oat mixture starts off very thick and must be diluted to filter
Posted in thread: Cheap Bulk Cider on 07-21-2013 at 08:02 PM
its a pound jar of honeythe dried fruit just says 99% dried mixed fruit, and vegetable oil to
stop them sticking togetherAnd i'm just looking for a refreshing summer cider - not too sweet
but enough t...