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  1. bradsul

    Carbonater Cap in Canada

    Anyone know where I can pick one of these up? I'm hoping to avoid UPS over the border.
  2. bradsul

    Yeast for Munich Helles

    I need to do a lager for a party at the end of August and I feel like a Helles. I am trying to decide between Wyeast Munich Lager (2308) and Wyeast Bohemian Lager (2124). Wyeast suggests the Bohemiam Lager but I'm torn because I have the Munich Lager yeast in the fridge already. :) I have no...
  3. bradsul

    Canadians: HBT BJCP Homebrew Contest - Interest?

    YooperBrew has suggested that a Canadian version of this contest be held. Given the difficulties in getting homebrew over the border legally this might be a better option. Apparently a Canadian BJCP judge has come forward as willing to assist so we need to gauge interest. If you would be...
  4. bradsul

    Recipe Posting Guidelines

    When posting a recipe to the database please try and follow the simple guidelines listed below. This will help ensure that the HomebrewTalk.com recipe database is a valuable resource for brewers containing only quality, proven recipes. If you want to post a recipe that has not yet been brewed...
  5. bradsul

    Recipe Posting Guidelines

    When posting a recipe to the database please try and follow the simple guidelines listed below. This will help ensure that the HomebrewTalk.com recipe database is a valuable resource for brewers containing only quality, proven recipes. If you want to post a recipe that has not yet been brewed...
  6. bradsul

    Recipe Posting Guidelines

    When posting a recipe to the database please try and follow the simple guidelines listed below. This will help ensure that the HomebrewTalk.com recipe database is a valuable resource for brewers containing only quality, proven recipes. If you want to post a recipe that has not yet been brewed...
  7. bradsul

    Recipe Posting Guidelines

    When posting a recipe to the database please try and follow the simple guidelines listed below. This will help ensure that the HomebrewTalk.com recipe database is a valuable resource for brewers containing only quality, proven recipes. If you want to post a recipe that has not yet been brewed...
  8. bradsul

    Recipe Posting Guidelines

    When posting a recipe to the database please try and follow the simple guidelines listed below. This will help ensure that the HomebrewTalk.com recipe database is a valuable resource for brewers containing only quality, proven recipes. If you want to post a recipe that has not yet been brewed...
  9. bradsul

    Dark Mild Sweet Mild of Mine

    After finishing a few kegs of Orfy's Mild Mannered Ale (which began a long adventure through the history of Mild Ales, including making some historical recipes) I decided to see how it would taste with some dark crystal malt in addition to the caramel flavour of the 60L. The initial keg turned...
  10. bradsul

    Heineken to close 210 year old Beamish Brewery

    Anybody else see this article? I did a search and didn't find it, I'm kind of surprised (about not finding a post for it, not that the brewery is going to be closed). Heineken to Close 210-Year-Old Beamish Brewery | Sloshspot Blog
  11. bradsul

    American IPA Cascade of Bitterness

    Everybody gives me a strange look when I say I don't like cascades all that much so I thought I'd give a full on American IPA a try and see how I like it. Well I really do and this one will definitely be made again soon. :D It has all the great cascade flavour you would expect and a really...
  12. bradsul

    Vienna Lager Brad's Vienna Lager

    This was my first lager attempt and I have to say it beat all my expectations. Everyone who has tried this beer has loved it. It has that great toasty flavour from the vienna malt and the hops bitterness nicely balances any sweetness that may be present making for a very drinkable beer. For...
  13. bradsul

    Broken Faucet Lever

    My buddy wanted a pint of my stout which I haven't had in a couple days (I have a new IPA on tap so it's been taking my attention :D). So naturally my faucet was sticking so I told him just to pull a little bit harder and it always comes loose. Well it certainly did this time! The metal lever...
  14. bradsul

    Random Acts of Vandalism?!

    So I get a knock on my door an hour ago from a neighbor. He watched some guy run up to my truck, smash the windshield with a pipe and run away. Fortunately he's a nice guy and he came down to tell me and he said he'd talk to the cops since he can identify the guy. Apparently he was drunk but...
  15. bradsul

    Happy Canada Day!

    Happy Canada Day to my fellow Canadians! Hope you're all enjoying your day off! I've just finished milling my grain for a new mild ale recipe, I've had 2 pints already and it's a beautiful (24C) sunny day here in Southern Ontario. It's also the last day of my four day long weekend and the...
  16. bradsul

    Mild Ale Malt

    Has anyone had any direct experience with this malt type? I've recently become enamoured of mild as a style (it's historically very interesting) and the current BJCP style guide really doesn't do it justice (granted they are representing it in the present so I'm not at all complaining). I've...
  17. bradsul

    108% mash efficiency?!

    I've been rock solid in my setup for over a year now and this new grain mill has really thrown a wrench in my brewery (I switched from corona-style getting 85-89% efficiency) to a monster mill 2-roller. Well today's brew day went fantastic, I nailed all my temps, the sparge went fantastic (much...
  18. bradsul

    Miserable Brew Day: stuck mash with shiny new mill

    Well it was one of those days. I missed my strike temp, missed my mash temp and managed to pour hot water on my feet (fortunately with my boots on). All that has happened before and didn't bother me. But the worst part was this was the first use of my new milling station and monster mill...
  19. bradsul

    Hef-vienna-weizen: another base malt experiment

    I've been enjoying my alternative base malt experiments so I thought another one was in order. A thread a while back had me thinking about vienna malt as a base for my next hefeweizen so I thought about the recipe and figured a direct substitution for pilsener was the way to go. Any comments...
  20. bradsul

    US Micro's starting to come to Canada

    Ran across this in the paper this morning, good news for us up here as I've really been wanting to try some of these beers many people on here rave about. http://www.thestar.com/living/article/424975
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