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Posted in thread: Wanting my honey ale to taste like honey on 01-20-2014 at 01:34 AM
I've done 10% honey malt in the mash, let it ferment for 7 days, pour in 1.5lbs of orange
blossom honey (mixed with an equal volume of water so that it would pour and mix into the wort
Posted in thread: Dry hopping European Pilsner on 01-20-2014 at 01:23 AM
You mention that you are doing the partial mash kit. Walk us through your brew day with details
like your mash temp, and whatnot.A hot alcohol flavor can be a sign of fermentation temps that
got too h...
Posted in thread: Adding gelatin at bottling.... on 01-20-2014 at 01:07 AM
Here is a method I use that works every time. The below is scaled for a 5 gallon batch. It can
be scaled up or down depending on your volume of beer.After fermentation is done and any dry
Posted in thread: Low carb (not low cal) recipe help on 07-16-2013 at 04:04 AM
From my search, I'm settling in on something that will be much like a SMaSH. Here is my
tentative plan:X lbs US 2 row mashed at 149-150F for 75 minsY oz Cascade at 60 mins (2/3 IBUs
here)rest of Casca...
Posted in thread: How small ia too small for a boil size? on 04-13-2013 at 05:54 PM
Re the OP question:The BeerSmith default value is 1.25 qts water per 1 lb of grain in the mash.
I mash 5 lbs of grain in a 3.25gal pot to do partial mashes, so using that to scale down I
would expect ...
Posted in thread: Best SMaSH recipe you've made??? on 04-13-2013 at 04:53 PM
The Styrians were a little old so I attributed it to that & tossed the last couple ounces of
them I had thinking they were just bad. Now I know!My SG hops were fresh. I even made it a
second time shif...
Posted in thread: Best SMaSH recipe you've made??? on 04-11-2013 at 04:07 PM
I made some 1-gallon SMaSHs plus a bunch of cheaters that included various % of a single
specialty grain (SMaSH+1 or DMaSH) in the mash. My favorites so far have been Maris Otter +
Saaz, Maris Otter +...
Posted in thread: From 1 gallon to 5 gallon - thoughts? on 04-11-2013 at 04:32 AM
I do 1-gallon testers and 5-gallon batches on the stove top. The 1-gallon batches are all
grain, about 2 lbs of grain to reach a 1.060 OG or so. The 5-gallon batches are partial mashes
and my largest ...
Posted in thread: Simplified Wheat recipe for a first timer. on 04-01-2013 at 07:57 PM
Without a hydrometer or comparable piece of equipment, you are guessing on when it is done. 2-3
weeks is probably safe to call it, but your next piece of brewing equipment really REALLY needs
to be a ...
Posted in thread: First brew gone wrong? on 04-01-2013 at 07:50 PM
Am I hearing this correctly you taste the wort before you start fermenting? I haven't tasted
it, I just read if you didn't stir it in it would taste burnt. I'm hoping it will be fine. Just
wanted to s...