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Old 04-04-2013, 04:38 PM   #61
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So I brewed coconut porter just toasted my coconut and dropped into a hops sack placed into the secondary. My question is how do I removed all the small floaties of coconut that escape the bag before bottling?
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Old 04-04-2013, 06:08 PM   #62
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I left mine. When I racked into the bottling bucket 99% of them stayed in the carboy. By the time I got it in the bottles, there were only very small particles left and they just added more flavor when I cracked em open.
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Old 07-29-2013, 06:42 PM   #63
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Has anyone used unsweetened Coconut Milk? Would you put it in the boil at the last 10 min? Or would you still add to the Secondary?? Very interested in trying something like this.
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Has anyone used unsweetened Coconut Milk? Would you put it in the boil at the last 10 min? Or would you still add to the Secondary?? Very interested in trying something like this.
Or, even the coconut water? I wonder if either of those would give you the coconut flavor, without the oils in the pulp?
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just got the all grain stuff for this one. I think I'm going to coconut half and keep the other half regular but we'll see. This is my first porter and first coconut beer so I'm stoked for it. I'm entering it in a brew club bjcp competition for fruit beer. I won the last one which was for IPAs. There's 3 total so I'm trying to win all 3 for the triple crown!
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