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Old 12-05-2012, 08:16 PM   #21
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this will fail.

moto has spoken.
Oh well, I'm doing it anyway!


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Old 12-05-2012, 08:20 PM   #22
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Oh well, I'm doing it anyway!
Don't worry. If I say that beer is good, he will tell me I am wrong. It is kinda flattering. He is quite devoted.


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would that translate into.....**** water?

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I have a couple questions about how you're doing this.

Are you boiling 4 gallons of water with the sugar? or just a gallon or two until it dissolves and toping off? I'm guessing that the apple juice isn't boiled (or is it?). When you are doing the eis part, are you leaving it uncarbonated? at that alcohol level i figure it must be hard for the yeast to recarb it, and i don't have a kegging system.

I'm thinking of doing this this weekend and letting it slowly ferment during december.
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I have a couple questions about how you're doing this.

Are you boiling 4 gallons of water with the sugar? or just a gallon or two until it dissolves and toping off? I'm guessing that the apple juice isn't boiled (or is it?). When you are doing the eis part, are you leaving it uncarbonated? at that alcohol level i figure it must be hard for the yeast to recarb it, and i don't have a kegging system.

I'm thinking of doing this this weekend and letting it slowly ferment during december.
Boiled 3 gallons with sugar, added juice at flame-out, chilled pitched.

The pre-eised fermented version is so tasty, I am carbing up 4 gallons.

Guess I could sample the eis at this point, will report.
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would that translate into.....**** water?

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It was coined by my friend an yours, fountain of optimism..........motobrewer....

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this will fail.

moto has spoken.
Gotta love him.
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when moto speaks, he is correct.

i'm a realist.
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You see what you have Started! Better get started now, only two more weeks till the end of the world!

I was running some numbers last night and I think I may need to add about 1/4 gallon of water to my recipe so I can get to a gravity that is more likely to ferment out. If I can find it locally ill probably end up using wlp099.
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nothing is more dangerous to learning than a certainty of your own correctness.
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