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Old 01-26-2010, 07:57 PM   #1
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Hey I have been experimenting with so called "black ipa" and have not had the best results for the taste I am looking for. I know that sinamar is a recc' for color without flavors... But it seems the only online retailer who sells it is out of stock (Northern Brewer)... Anybody know a place to get this stuff? I don't need a 5l jug just enough to experiment with... If I can't find it I will just have to play with carafa


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Is that anything like de-bittered black?
http://www.brewmasterswarehouse.com/...bittered-black


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Well sorta... It is an extract of sorts made out of their proprietary Carafa Special I or II or III... You would use it just for color... I am just not getting Carafa Special at my LHBS which I prefer to give my monies to. And I want to experiment... that second primary is empty
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Pretty sure Sinimar has been made from steeping debittered black as well.
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If you're just using it for color, I don't see why you couldn't just steep some of brewmaster's debittered black.
EDIT - Gila beat me to it.
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I was of the understanding that the debittered black was more... flavor imparting... But I will try it for the next round
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I believe you mean Cascadian Dark Ale.....
I've heard suggestions of holding off on adding the darker grains till the last 10 mins or so of the mash as well. Getting the color, but not so much the bite.


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