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    Ginger Mead/Cyser/Cider

    I plan on making a 1 gallon batch of this in a couple weeks. I think my OG will be lower, running some calulations, I think this will work out to be 1.070, which is a bit low. But, maybe my best rout is to put this together, then add table sugar to get it to the correct OG. I'm thinking I'll...
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    Ginger Mead/Cyser/Cider

    Also, I have used this amount of ginger before in unfermented beverages and it's spicey, very tastey, but spicey. A nice fall/winter warning drink. I thought it would make a great mead/cyser/cider/melomel/pyment....
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    Ginger Mead/Cyser/Cider

    Hi everyone- I am looking for feedback on a recipie I'll be trying soon. I'm not sure what yeast to use, or if this is quite enough fermentables. Ammount per gallon: 1 gal unfiltered apple cider (the one I'll use says 24g sugar per 8 oz, so ~384g sugar?) 1 (12 oz) can 100% apple juice...
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    Northern Brewers Brickwarmer Holiday Red

    I'll be brewing it next weekend and will go from primary to keg.
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    Adding Blueberry

    Blueberry in the secondary it is. Thanks!
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    Adding Blueberry

    Makes sense. Just add it all to the primary in a few days?
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    Belgian Strong Ale

    This turned out great. That's all.
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    Adding Blueberry

    I just started a cider and need a little help. Here's what i've done thusfar: 4gal 100% "natural" apple juice (only juice, nothing added, not filtered) 2 cans apple juice concentrate 32oz water + 1 lb wheat DME (I have found this adds a little body & head retention, which I like) Wyeast...
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    Chilling wort without wort chiller.

    1) Salt lowers the freezing point of water, thus making the ice on the streets/sidewalk a liquid and letting it evaporate. 2) Salt lowers the freezing point of water, thus allow the liquid surrounding the ice cubes to get below 32ºF without freezing, making the water colder, making it cool...
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    Belgian Strong Ale

    Thanks. This is my recipie... I am stedtale. I won't transfer. Do you think I could mix yeasts?
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    Belgian Strong Ale

    "campaign yeast" HA! Champagne yeast.....
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    Belgian Strong Ale

    Here it is, should be tasty. Still trying to decided yeasts. But leaning 3522. I'm hoping to get it down past 1020, I might add some campaign yeast when I transfer it to secondary. http://hopville.com/recipe/917632/belgian-golden-strong-ale-recipes/belgian-strong-ale I wanted simple and...
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    Belgian Tripel Belgian Trippel (2006 World Beer Cup Gold Medal: Dragonmead Final Absolution clone)

    Are these amounts for a full boil? Are any of these late addition? Thanks!
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    Belgian help

    Might still stick with my original...
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    Belgian help

    I might try that.
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    Belgian Tripel Belgian Trippel (2006 World Beer Cup Gold Medal: Dragonmead Final Absolution clone)

    If I do a full boil (5 g) is my hop bill out of whack? http://hopville.com/recipe/888543/belgian-tripel-recipes/belgian-tripel-102011 Thanks!
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    Belgian help

    How did you combine them? Just pour both in? Starter? I'd be afraid that one would take over.
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    Belgian help

    I'll look at cutting the 30, or making the 60 only 1oz. I'd like to keep the 3 hop complexity if I can.
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    Belgian help

    So, cut the 30 & 5? Or just lighten them up? Say 1oz @ 60 and keep the 30 & 5?
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