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    Cherry "wheat"

    Ok so I should try to keep it cool even in the secondary?
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    Cherry "wheat"

    Do you think I need to keep it so cool during the secondary? Since the actual fermentation will have all but stopped (though I suppose the little yeasty dudes will snack on the cherry sugars abs might find more other sugars in there as well.) Whiplash: when will yours be ready? I'm very...
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    Cherry "wheat"

    aha! I was not clear and for that I apologize. I'm aiming for 2lb of grain in my grist (not concerning myself terribly with a target OG--should I be?) So I was thinking 1lb of wheat malt and 1lb to be divided between 2row and MO. From what you've said i've been thinking to cut it down further to...
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    Cherry "wheat"

    TopherM: I'm not going for a real strong cherry flavor, just enough to know it's there but I'm not looking for something incredibly fruit-forward. How strong is Maris Otter? I've never used it before. Like I said, I'm still looking for a bit of maltiness so I hesitate to throw it out...
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    hit me with your best shots

    I posted a recipe a couple minutes ago that looks somewhat reminiscent of this. Couple questions if you don't mind: 1) Do you anticipate having any issues with using wheat for more than 1/2 of your grist? 2) What are the benefits of the step infusion? Homebrew n00b sorry. Also, I admire your...
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    Cherry "wheat"

    <disclaimer> I'm going more for being inspired by the "wheat" beers than going for something that fits neatly into the "wheat" beer category </disclaimer> My husband's family is going to be visiting next week and they're interested in brewing. My sister-in-law is a fan of wheat beers with some...
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    You decide my ingredients

    FUGGLE!!! @30 minutes please (Sorry...i think that's just about the coolest name for anything ever. Not gonna lie--based my decision solely on that. Enjoy!)
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    How do you jazz up an IPA?

    @cyclonite Would you pasteurize the apricots first? If I wanted to use the real fruit, would I just puree some dried apricots? I thought about apricots too since i've tried the Dogfish Head ApriHop, but I was a little disappointed w/ the lack of apricotness. @STLExpat 1) Sorry you're an...
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    How do you jazz up an IPA?

    Hey guys, I've wetting my toes in the homebrew game for coming up on a year now it seems. I recently got a 1 gallon IPA kit from Brooklyn Brew Shop. My husband's sister and dad are coming down week after next and they're interested in the brewing process. Now, I brewed the IPA two weeks...
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