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Old 06-07-2013, 04:05 PM   #161
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Old 06-11-2013, 11:32 AM   #162
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I am on decoction mashing after a while, and off course I watched videos again, very helpful
There is also podcast on BB (Kai's Take on Decoction):

http://www.basicbrewing.com/index.ph...ing-radio-2010
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Old 07-19-2014, 02:39 AM   #163
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I just watched the videos and learned tons. Not just about decoction but mashing in general. Well done Kai!
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Old 07-31-2014, 04:36 AM   #164
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I've got a basic pale ale recipe that's my house brew. I'll look at beer smith and post the extract, partial mash/steeping grains, and all grain versions later this weekend.
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I've got a basic pale ale recipe that's my house brew. I'll look at beer smith and post the extract, partial mash/steeping grains, and all grain versions later this weekend.

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I am on decoction mashing after a while, and off course I watched videos again, very helpful
There is also podcast on BB (Kai's Take on Decoction):

http://www.basicbrewing.com/index.ph...ing-radio-2010
(May 27, 2010)
Just listened to the podcast and caught something I haven't heard before that many German brewers don't boil the decoction and just bring it up to boiling temp and hold it for a certain amount of time. Interesting, more experiments to try.
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Old 02-16-2015, 11:47 PM   #167
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I finally got it done and released to YouTube:

Part 1:
[youtube]_V1zt0mW084[/youtube]

Part 2:
[youtube]I5u_nJhMD4w[/youtube]

Part 3:
[youtube]6VcZRVw2k_o[/youtube]

Let me know if you can actually understand anything I'm saying. I'm not a natural in front of a camera and the accent doesn't help either, though it could be considered an asset in this case .

Grab a beer. The total length is about 25 min.

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Loved the videos, learned a lot! Thanks Kai!
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Used the info in these videos to plan out the decoction I am currently making. Thanks again Kai.
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Old 01-26-2016, 05:32 PM   #169
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kaiser View Post
I finally got it done and released to YouTube:

Part 1:
[youtube]_V1zt0mW084[/youtube]

Part 2:
[youtube]I5u_nJhMD4w[/youtube]

Part 3:
[youtube]6VcZRVw2k_o[/youtube]

Let me know if you can actually understand anything I'm saying. I'm not a natural in front of a camera and the accent doesn't help either, though it could be considered an asset in this case .

Grab a beer. The total length is about 25 min.

Kai
Thanks Kai - I learned more from your videos than I did from any other source! Since the time you made these videos in 2008, is there anything today you would do differently? For most decoctions, Would you still recommend the Enhanced Double Decoction method over other methods?


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