Something interesting is that i bought some ingredients in bulk and Two Hearted was my 4th brew from this bulk order. My next brew(which i brewed last weekend)was a American Pale Ale with both amarillo(3 oz) and centennial(3 oz). Will try it in a few days.
Great Tips revvy!
The dip tube idea is great, works without it but it's a bit tricky. However for me i think putting the spigot as low as possible would do the trick.
Regarding the bottle filler, does it matter what kind of bottles i have(size) or can i fill the bottles to the top no matter...
Yea i guess that's the case for the biggest breweries at least. Still a lot of people love this beer and don't feel the soapy taste.
I bottled the last of the batch yesterday, will try one in 2 weeks and see what the taste is like.
I meant to write trying this again with other hops.
Thank you i changed the country now.
This is my 8th brew so i have not tried alot of different hops just yet. I did a single hop with citra and that one turn out really good.
I diluted the batch a few days ago in hope of reducing the soapy...
A few months ago i brewed an IPA with cascade hops which tasted soapy, last weekend i brewed a Bells Two Hearted IPA with only centennial hops, today i took a sample and it tasted soapy too. After some googling i found other people that think these two hops has a soapy taste.
Rburrelli: This was a Red Ale, it's not the color of the beer i was wondering about but the streams of purple/blue.
Bracconiere, I was in the garage and actually it can be the light. I will look into this.
jtvann: This was my 7th brew