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Posted in thread: First Recipe with PALE ALE MALT on 03-14-2016 at 05:09 PM
Hey All!So after trying a couple craft ale's that were more malt forward than others ive had
and really tasty,ive aquired a need to try to brew one.(Example)Old Tomorrow Canadian Pale
Posted in thread: OG measurement without discarding the sample on 03-14-2016 at 05:08 PM
Refractometer is something I would highly recommend when brewing with one gallon. It only takes
a couple drops to take a reading before fermentation starts. After alcohol is present, a
calculator is n...
Posted in thread: Help me choose a burner on 02-23-2016 at 02:45 PM
Personally, I love my SQ14.
Posted in thread: Home brew costs on 02-23-2016 at 02:41 PM
Northern Brewer, morebeer, and love2brew are nice enough to provide us with the ingredients
list on all of their kits, though I haven't done the math as to whether it is more cost
effective to buy the...
Posted in thread: New kettle 15 gallon batches on 02-16-2016 at 03:50 PM
Congratulations, you've just done electrochemistry. That's why you should always use the same
metals. As for the kettles, I have a spike V2 and it's gorgeous. The V3 looks even better and
is on my fut...
Posted in thread: Sanitizing bottling sugar on 02-16-2016 at 02:51 PM
It could be the problem. I just throw the sugar solution in hot and siphon the beer over it to
ensure good mixing. Since you have about 40x more flat beer than boiling sugar water this
doesn't really ...
Posted in thread: Dry vs Liquid Yeast on 02-16-2016 at 02:49 PM
Why when brewing big beers? I thought the dry packets actually had more cells?I like using
giant starters for my large beers. Probably just me:)
Posted in thread: Dry vs Liquid Yeast on 02-15-2016 at 10:15 PM
For a pale ale, like what you're making, dry yeast is totally fine. US-05 is the same as
001/1056, and is much more convenient. I use liquid when I'm brewing a big beer, when I'm
brewing a lager, or i...
Posted in thread: It's Gonna Blow! on 02-09-2016 at 07:42 PM
Yes. Higher gravity worts generally produce a more aggressive fermentation. Couple that with
the fact that German wheat yeasts and Belgian yeasts are aggressive without needing any extra
help means th...
Posted in thread: My young weizenbock tastes hot on 02-08-2016 at 02:13 PM
I know I didn't ferment hot because I have a temp controller. However can fermentation of
priming sugar while bottle conditioning in warm temperatures cause hotness?No. There is so
little priming suga...