Last Activity:09-29-2006 10:27 PM
Posted in thread: Anyone grow their own? on 07-27-2006 at 02:53 AM
So I figure grain is probably out of the picture as to much investment.Yes, I am on Steel
Bridge Rd. Between 18 and the S. Yamhill.BYO? I figure that means Brew Your Own but is that
something online o...
Posted in thread: Anyone grow their own? on 07-26-2006 at 08:59 AM
Not sure if David remembers I am right next door to him or not but we are both in Oregon so I'm
pretty sure he means Oregon State U.The barley thing is probably a goofy dream but a nice one
none the l...
Posted in thread: Anyone grow their own? on 07-26-2006 at 01:31 AM
So I moved out to the country and have a small (1/2 acre) field now. Some part of me wants to
put it to good use; maybe farming is in my roots. So Iím wondering if anyone grows their own
Posted in thread: Recipie to toss on top of Wyeast 1098 Brit Ale? on 02-01-2006 at 12:28 PM
The stout sounds great, are there directions to go with it? It'd be my first time of steeping
anything or adding things like dextrin. Also do I remove the trub to a sanitized container and
then clean ...
Posted in thread: Recipie to toss on top of Wyeast 1098 Brit Ale? on 01-31-2006 at 10:41 AM
I'm looking for a suitable recipe to reuse the Wyeast 1098 Brit Ale that I am brewing with now.
I'm doing a Nut Brown at the moment and the Brit Ale was the yeast that my LHBS gave me when I
Posted in thread: Effects of temperature? on 01-24-2006 at 08:36 PM
I think this is the best place to post this, if not where would the better place be? I was
wondering what the effects of warmer, cooler, and fluctuating temperatures during fermentation
are? I ask b...
Posted in thread: Muntons Nut Brown Ale on 01-21-2006 at 09:06 PM
1) 2) I personally wouldn't add any fruit to a nut brown...just doesn't seem right. You said
you don't like bitter beers, but I'd be tempted to add maybe a 1/2 oz. of a low alpha hop just
to balance o...
Posted in thread: Muntons Nut Brown Ale on 01-21-2006 at 08:59 PM
This isn't my first batch ever, I've done three batches of beer and one cider kit. That's why
I'm feeling like branching out a bit. Something like steeping grains or adding that little
Posted in thread: Muntons Nut Brown Ale on 01-21-2006 at 10:23 AM
Went looking for a kit or recipe yesterday and settled on a Muntons Nut Brown Ale. After
reading the forum for awhile I also grabbed a liquid yeast pack for an English ale. Knowing
full well that cane...
Posted in thread: Liquid Invert Sugar? Substitutes? on 11-23-2005 at 07:45 AM
Yeah, it says after the ferment slows down to put it in a cold room for 4 days to help it
settle then you are supposed to filter it and add the concentrate, sugar, and Potassium