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Old 02-03-2013, 11:22 PM   #581
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Thats coming from the same guy that said yeast doesn't contribute flavor to a beer.
Heh heh, just breaking your chops MK
I never said yeast does not contribute flavor . In fact some of it is quite horrible . Well unless you like nasty rotten fruit flavors .
Hey , where is that ultra smart guy out there that is supposed to be working on bottles that add flavors to the beer ? Someone needs to get on this very important project . Beer flavored beer bottles ... what more can you ask for .
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Old 02-04-2013, 04:25 AM   #582
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I never said yeast does not contribute flavor .
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I am not sure how much flavor yeast actually puts in beer but I do think I can not tell the difference much .
Ok....it was close. Either way, just breaking your balls.
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Old 02-04-2013, 10:03 PM   #583
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close . I am not sure how one would tell how much flavor came from the yeast. can not make a comparison between yeast and non yeast . It is a conundrum. Perhaps one could just put yeast in corn sugar water and that would give the flavor ???
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Old 02-04-2013, 11:14 PM   #584
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http://byo.com/stories/article/indic...ts-about-yeast

Just something to read about yeast.
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Old 02-04-2013, 11:14 PM   #585
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close . I am not sure how one would tell how much flavor came from the yeast. can not make a comparison between yeast and non yeast . It is a conundrum. Perhaps one could just put yeast in corn sugar water and that would give the flavor ???
Let's get back on track here Marcus. Nut Brown Ale, All Grain.

If you'd like to explore your ideas on yeast further, start your own thread in Fermentation & Yeast, or jump into one of the many existing threads. Thanks.
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Old 02-05-2013, 12:32 AM   #586
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have you cracked open that first beer yet ?
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Old 02-05-2013, 05:18 AM   #587
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Made a triple batch of this on our first brew club brew day (no one had done all grain before, and only a handful of us had brewed at all). Went great, smells great, samples tasted great! Fermenting nicely in the demi-john and the carboy in front of it. I'll keep you all updated, I can't wait to taste it!

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Maybe this is in the thread already but thought I'd just ask. I want to follow the original for the most part but want to change the 2-row to extract as well as maybe lighten it up a hair. What would be the suggestion for converting 9lb of 2-row to extract and then a minor change to lighten it up? .25 pound victory? Thanks for the help!
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Not that I know anything about doing this but since no one else has answered you yet I will tell you what beer smith says . using a 4 gallon pot it says 3 lbs 4.5 oz pale liquid extract for 9 pds pale 2 row.
I assume you are planning a partial mash for the rest of the grains ?
Now as far as lightening it up goes . if you are wanting the color to be lighter maybe just use some caramel 10L instead of 60L.
If it is the flavor you want to lighten up then I have no idea since that would result in changing up the flavor and this does not have a strong flavor . It is very mellow . Quite easy drinking .
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Thanks for the response. Brewed this this morning we'll see how it goes!
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