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    The Home Made Pizza Thread

    Just do it with some apple and cherry wood. :)
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    The Home Made Pizza Thread

    Oh damn...a what did you smoke thread!!! I do need to check that out also. My brewing has dropped off (like none the last 2 years, but soon to change) but I have been smokin, grillin, and cookin!
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    The Home Made Pizza Thread

    Didn't know this thread existed, should log in more often. So my new favorite home made pizza...a pulled pork pizza with chimichurri sauce. Pork shoulder ready to go on: Add some smoke: Ready to pull: Next day you make pizza: Homemade dough (let the bread machine mix...
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    Smaller Son of Fermentation Chiller

    Glad the plans are still helping people out! Wish I hadn't lost the Sketchup files...and wish I had more time to brew, not a single batch this year.
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    Cane sugar in starter

    Not sure why the yeast would not be healthy, they won't lose their ability to break down maltose down into glucose. Sucrose is also a disaccharide, like maltose, and will be broken down into a glucose and a fructose. Maltose will get your 2 glucoses. Both require a bond being broken to get to...
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    Not to beat a dead yeast

    Hopefully it is not from wild yeast...there is always something ready to eat those sugars! :P I have had dead yeast before, had to pitch again, only happened once. All my other brews have always taken off within 12 hours. If it takes that long, you can bet there were not many cells in that...
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    Cane sugar in starter

    I need to make a starter and find myself without much DME. I want to make a large 1 gal. 2 step starter for a Belgian Dark Strong. Was thinking about doing a mini mash with 1 lb. of grain I have sitting around and adding about 5 oz. of cane sugar with a good amount of yeast nutrient (and one...
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    Pumpkin in Mash?

    All of the flavor is going to come from the spice unless you actually do something to the pumpkin...like roast it. I bought some sugar pumpkins, cut them into quarters, roasted them, then scooped out the goods. That way you get some caramelization and some actual flavor from the pumpkin rather...
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    Sweat smells like yeast

    hahaha!!!!!
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    Fermentation Temperature Question

    You are only going to get higher temps when you are at the height of fermentation. If this second batch has been doing for a week or so and you didn't start out an a really high OG then you are fine moving it to a 67 degree room.
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    raising temp on beer cause ferment. to restart?

    If your lid is airtight and the only way for C02 to get out is the airlock and it is not bubbling, then you are not fermenting. What is the temperature in the room the fermenter is sitting in? What yeast did you use? What was the initial gravity? What is the gravity now?
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    First time brewer with some questions

    Some good advice! :) You really don't need all of these temperature swings. Just put that beer in an area that is close to the temperature you want to ferment at and let it slowly warm back up. You certainly don't need a space heater or anything like that. I also don't agree so much with...
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    Mash tun losses

    I did realize after I posted that I was talking more about batch sparging which is what I do. I don't mind letting the grain bed run dry because I am just going to add more water and stir. Honestly though, .1 g/lb has worked for me just about right on.
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    Mash tun losses

    Like suthrncomfrt said, just do your dough in, let it convert, and then drain. How much did you get out? How much grain did you use? You got your number! Now adjust the amount of water needed for sparge to hit your target volume and you are golden.
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    How long is too long to "Dry Hop"...

    I dry hopped a Stone Verticle Epic Ale recipe (08.08.08) for a couple months (2 ounces of hops) and had no grassy flavors at all. In fact that beer tasted extremely fruity, people though I put some fruit extract in actually. The fruit flavors have decreased over time, now a year later they are...
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