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  1. WAdamC

    Munich base in pumpkin ale. Thoughts?

    I'm thinking of using munich for my base malt in my pumpkin ale this year. It will be munich, A bit of carapils and light crystal, and possibly a bit of corn (just because...). Lightly hopped with something like magnum and maybe a tiny bit of c hop near the end. I have amylase enzyme, so I'm not...
  2. WAdamC

    Thanks Boulevard!

    I'd just like to send a big shout out to Boulevard Brewing Company of KC, MO for the limited release of Chocolate Ale. Not only is it a fantastic beer, but selling three bottles on ebay paid for my premium membership! I'm glad HBT takes paypal. I think I'll use the rest for a bag of Golden...
  3. WAdamC

    Ugh... I really need to start labelling my washed yeast

    So a few weeks ago I brewed Northern Brewer's Innkeeper. It was probably my best beer to date, and I only bought it for the Wyeast 1469. It was the last batch of the yeast they had, and it was only available with the kit. A few weeks before that, I brewed a steam beer with wyeast 2124 (I...
  4. WAdamC

    Welding to fill holes is keggle?

    I bought a couple of kegs from the scrap yard a couple months ago, and just got around to getting an angle grinder today. (the flooding and boil order made it easy to convince my wife boiling 15 gallons was necessary) When I cut the lid off the first keg, I was surprised to find a 1/2" or...
  5. WAdamC

    IIPA flavor hop (columbus bittering)

    I am all set to brew this tomorrow: BeerSmith Recipe Printout - http://www.beersmith.com Recipe: IIPA Brewer: Adam Clark Asst Brewer: Style: Imperial IPA TYPE: All Grain Taste: (35.0) Recipe Specifications -------------------------- Batch Size: 5.50 gal Boil Size: 6.57 gal Estimated...
  6. WAdamC

    What should I do to save my IPA from Bad old hops.

    I brewed this SMaSH: BeerSmith Recipe Printout - http://www.beersmith.com Recipe: #6 Munich/Centennial SMaSH IPA Brewer: Adam Clark Asst Brewer: Style: American IPA TYPE: All Grain Taste: (35.0) Recipe Specifications -------------------------- Batch Size: 5.50 gal Boil Size: 6.57 gal...
  7. WAdamC

    :-) First homebrew drunkenness! Woohoo!

    Wow, this is the first time I've actually gotten myself drunk from homebrew. I feel like an ass and awesome at the same time! Thanks to Dude for posting the Lakewalk pale ale recipe. Goodnight all!
  8. WAdamC

    What is this? (Brown Ale?)

    I just picked a recipe out of a magazine for an English Brown Ale. Mashed in my overflowing 5 gallon cooler, couldn't even fit it all in the 7.? gallon kettle, and ended up with 6 gallons @ 1.078. I'll try and post the recipe. ...oh yeah, It turned into a freezer cleaning beer. The extract and...
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