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    • MicroMickey
      Lalvin D-47 is a popular yeast for medium to sweet meads and retains full mouthfeel. It is tolerant to about 14% abv. Lalvin 71B-1122...
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      MicroMickey replied to the thread First Belgian - Tripel..
      As alluded to in earlier posts, those Tripels really do go down a bit too easily. I developed a recipe for a Single which tastes like...
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      MicroMickey replied to the thread Bad efficiency brew day.
      On several occasions I've used a double handful of rice hulls when mashing 100% wheat. I don't get stuck sparges unless I lauter too...
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      MicroMickey replied to the thread Bad efficiency brew day.
      Lots of brewers try to speed up the clock here and there. The lauter and sparge IS NOT the place to save a few minutes.
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      MicroMickey replied to the thread Bad efficiency brew day.
      The lauter and sparge is the area in which most of us can really improve our efficiency. A slow lauter is the number one trick in...
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      MicroMickey replied to the thread Caraway Seeds for Rye Ale.
      Rye at !/3 the grain bill is exactly what I use. If you're looking for "rye-bread" aroma and flavor, start with a tsp. of crushed...
    • MicroMickey
      Here's how I do it. The Insta-Pot has some advantages. https://crescentcitybrewtalk.com/pressure-cooker-decoction/
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      MicroMickey replied to the thread WLP838.
      My sources say it comes from Wissenschaftliche Station which is a yeast bank in Munich. Their designation of the strain is #308
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      MicroMickey replied to the thread to mash or steep?.
      The article I referred to is by Mary Anne Gruber at Briess.
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      MicroMickey replied to the thread outdoor brewing.
      When I first started brewing, it was indoors on the stove top. My wife had no problem with boiling wort until I dropped in the hops...
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      MicroMickey replied to the thread to mash or steep?.
      I read an article written by a woman with Briess Malting on the subject of Cold Steeping. I think it is on their website. Definitely...
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      MicroMickey replied to the thread to mash or steep?.
      I wrote an article about cold steeping some time back. It might bring out a few facts and clear up a few thoughts...
    • MicroMickey
      Boys and girls, it's all about technique. I would venture to say that DBhomebrew pays attention to detail and doesn't try to rush every...
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      MicroMickey replied to the thread Dense foam in mash and boil.
      I used to be plagued with boil-overs. I used my long handled spoon to stir the foam back into the wort and that seemed to work...
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      Here are some old references – You decide. The American Handybook of Brewing 1902 THE DECOCTION OR THICK MASH METHOD “The initial or...
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