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  1. newbeerpig

    American Wheat Beer Charlie's American Wheat

    Fermentables: 10 oz. Low Color Wheat 6 oz. Crystal Malt 20L Steep at 160 for 30 minutes 6 lbs. Weisen DME Hops: 1.5 oz. US Hallertauer 3.7% Alpha (14.1 IBU) Start of boil .5 oz. US Hallertauer 3.7% Alpha (4.6 IBU) at 55 mins Other Ingredients: 2 oz. Malto-Dextrine at 40 mins 2...
  2. newbeerpig

    Hush Puppy Cream Ale

    Fermentables 8 oz. US Crystal 20L Malt 8 oz. US White Wheat Malt 8 oz. US Pale Ale Malt 4 oz. US Flaked Corn/Maize 3 lb. 3 oz Extract - Pilsen Light Liquid Extract 2 lb. Extract - Golden Light Dried Extract 1 lb. Sugar - Corn Sugar/Dextrose (Dry) Steep grains at 160* for 30 minutes...
  3. newbeerpig

    15 Gallon Polarware Brew Kettle with fittings and ball valve

    I have a 15 gallon polarware brew kettle that I have barely used since I have only done 2 10 gallon batches. I am asking 150 since it is in such great condition. Please PM if you are interested or need shipping costs. I would only ask the actual cost to ship to you. Thanks,
  4. newbeerpig

    Beginning Kegerator question

    I am thinking about converting my garage fridge into a kegerator, I was wondering if you can lay down the corny kegs and still dispense from them or do they have to be standing? If standing they take up more space which is harder to get the wife to agree:D I am planning on doing to kegs with...
  5. newbeerpig

    How long is too long in a secondary for a wheat beer?

    So I brewed a wheat a couple of months ago and let it sit in the primary for a week, moved to a secondary and hid away in a dark place. Now it is about a month and a half latter and I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions (I found it when I was checking my appfelwein:drunk:). My main...
  6. newbeerpig

    Hush Puppy Cream Ale

    Fermentables 8 oz. US Crystal 20L Malt 8 oz. US White Wheat Malt 8 oz. US Pale Ale Malt 4 oz. US Flaked Corn/Maize 3 lb. 3 oz Extract - Pilsen Light Liquid Extract 2 lb. Extract - Golden Light Dried Extract 1 lb. Sugar - Corn Sugar/Dextrose (Dry) Steep grains at 170* for 30 minutes...
  7. newbeerpig

    Two Lazy Dogs Brewing - New Label

    Getting ready to bottle our next batch next weekend, so it's time to get a label together. My wife spent the evening working on this one, featuring our dogs. We're planning on using the same overall label, and just changing the brew name, bottle date, ABV, and possibly the comment on the far...
  8. newbeerpig

    Charlie's American Wheat Ale

    Fermentables: 10 oz. Low Color Wheat 6 oz. Crystal Malt 20L Steep at 160 for 30 minutes 6 lbs. Weisen DME Hops: 1.5 oz. US Hallertauer 3.7% Alpha (14.1 IBU) Start of boil .5 oz. US Hallertauer 3.7% Alpha (4.6 IBU) at 55 mins Other Ingredients: 2 oz. Malto-Dextrine at 40 mins 2 tsp. Irish Moss...
  9. newbeerpig

    Not another think I ruined my beer thread

    So I have two questions with my first batch of wheat beer. I Pitched yesterday afternoon around 5 pm with Windsor yeast at about 80* and put it in my fermenting closet that is a constant 68 - 69 because I am cooking some Apfelwein which I wanted the fruity esters to come out. So I checked it...
  10. newbeerpig

    Checking if I should move to the secondary

    I have my first batch of brew in the primary and it was a kit from the lHBS. It is supposed to be an ale version of Negro Model, I followed the recipe I was given and it came out with a decent OG of 1.050 which was right in line with the recipe albeit on the higher side of their scale. The yeast...
  11. newbeerpig

    Worried I might have over hopped

    I brewed my first five gallon batch this weekend and I did it using the late addition method of the malt extract. This is a kit recipe and designed for a full boil but I am only able to do a partial. I started with my steeped grain juice about 3 gallons of liquid, got it to a full boil, added...
  12. newbeerpig

    Hello from California's Central Valley

    Cheers, I am working on my first 5 Gallon batch after the Mr. Beer kit left me feeling like I didn't do enough to call myself a home brewer. Yes it is real beer but none of the work. So far the big batch is working out and I will keep my fingers crossed, my only troubles thus far have been...
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