Wow it's been a long time since I've posted on this site, glad to see that it's only grown in the time that I've been away. Life (read: work) has kept me from brewing for almost a year now, but I'm in a new job, in a new place and have hammered out the biggest beer that I've made to date. I did a partial mash double IPA from Austin Home Brew and I hit it right on the head. Couldn't find my hydrometer but seat of the pants puts it at 10%+ but I'm thinking it's an honest 12%. Snuck a glass last night when I moved it from my primary to the secondary and it's awesome.
Now my question, how can I make this a lightly carded beer? I'm going to be bottling in a week (15 days prim, 7 days secondary) but I think this will be best with a lighter carbonation than normal. Before I just halved the amount of priming sugar, I wanted to make sure that would do the trick.
It's good to be back on here!
Originally Posted by k1v1116
nasty people live the longest cause even cancer doesnt want to live with them.