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    Isolated Yeast (Tree House): How to Identify and Characterize?

    Yes. Here is the link. Nate Lanier of Tree House Brewing Co.
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    Blonde Ale Centennial Blonde (Simple 4% All Grain, 5 & 10 Gall)

    For me, it's hard to compare it to something commercial. It's meant to be an easy drinker (like a lager) but obviously it's different than that.
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    Blonde Ale Centennial Blonde (Simple 4% All Grain, 5 & 10 Gall)

    https://biabcalculator.com/ ^^^^^^ This will help you get in the ball park with how much water to start with. Looks like you should put in about 7 gallons of water. Your megapot may be thick and heavy duty (less boil off). So I'd try an all water boil just to test the equipment. Put in about...
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    Blonde Ale Centennial Blonde (Simple 4% All Grain, 5 & 10 Gall)

    Have you tested your kettle yet to see how much boil off you will get for an hour boil? I know that I use about 6.6 gallons of total water to get the final amount at 5 gallons of beer. With most all grain BIAB brews, you need to crush your grain as fine as possible. If you don't have a malt...
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    Blonde Ale Centennial Blonde (Simple 4% All Grain, 5 & 10 Gall)

    I love this recipe. One on the left is 2 weeks from yeast pitch out of my keg. The one on the right is out of a bottle that was brewed in April. Recipe was similar except for water chemistry and the one on the right had williamette hops instead of centennial. Both are great. Can't decide...
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    Isolated Yeast (Tree House): How to Identify and Characterize?

    I do 2.5 gallon batches as well. Can you post your yeast amounts? Also, since you are only using a little bit of the wb-06 and t-58, how do you store it for a batch in the future?
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    Isolated Yeast (Tree House): How to Identify and Characterize?

    Anyone else notice the first comment at the bottom of the study by Nathan? Probably a coincidence but still. "Fantastic post. Thanks. I don’t understand why yeast manufacturers don’t do exactly this and provide it. Fermentis is probably the absolute worst when it comes to product...
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    American IPA My 2-time gold winning American IPA

    Hey guys. First time poster. Read through the entire thread. Sounds like a great recipe. Thanks Enochs! I'm a fan of a more hoppy beer with a little more aroma. Has anyone tried adding some Chinook in the dry hop along with the cascade? Thinking about adding this and keeping the rest of...
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