Thanks for this. I am brewing in the next few days and gathering my info here on water. I will treat the water with acid as per recommendations here.
cascade Brewer .... how much gypsum and how much cc in grams would you suggest I add for this pale ale considering it is a double batch. This is...
Thanks so much. i was thinking along those lines but as stated prior I have still been guessing some on additions . I use both those acids and will give that a go.
Appreciate the feedback...... 5 years in but always learning !!!
Still working on water profiles and reaching out with a question. I found this profile for a hoppy pale ale:
Water report for Calgary Alberta in 2020, most recent I could find shows:
We are known...
I suppose so and you are right it has about 55 hours on ferment . I see some of the pics here of the sample in the tube and hydrometer and that is super clear!!!
Thanks. Patience ....... I figured the missing whirfloc contributed and hence the question. Dammmmm drinking in garage with a bud who...
Hi all. Brewed this beer on friday. It is fermenting away. My question.... It is really murky and yellow/brown. I have brewed this twice and the first time was awesome results and the second one I had my first infection and dump the keg!!!
Do your fermenters look like this after 2 days? i can't...
Thanks you both. Yes the AA % was close. You are right I could have adjusted . I figure this is a malt style beer and over 13.5 g in the kettle for boil it should not make a bid difference. Total hops for the beer doubles is only 4 oz.
Brewed a double batch of Big Dog brown ale yesterday. All went well.
Hops called for later addition fuggles and I realized I was out so subbed in Willammet. the percent difference was only one so I used it. This seem like a good substitute?
Also, recepie calls for medium crystal and a...
Thanks for replies. I do keg and have done the bag of hops in the kegs before for dry hop. Actually, the best beer ( IPA) I ever made was this method. I fermented about 2 weeks and put a bag in and set it at 30 psi for a few days at room temp and then put it in keezer at 10 psi for a few days...