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So I have a 9 SRM base beer that is being racked onto blackberries and raspberries (20 oz even split for a 1.5 gallon batch). I am hoping for a purple / pinkish color but am scared my base beer was too dark. Any thoughts or experience? Also bonus points, has any one achieved layered colors in...
I am brewing a couple of 100% GF all grain Pale Ale each year for my sister, but I want the beer color to be darker.
I want to achieve this by taking a handfull roasted barley malt (not milled or crushed) and soke it for a couple of hours in cold water. Then take the barley out and add...
Title says it all really. Are crystal and dark malts subbed in a linear fashion?
Is 1kg 20SRM = 2KG 10SRM?
Or is it just with the roasted barley where I have to be extra careful? Is there any guidelines on this (especially for roasted barley)?
So I just brewed my first stout; a clone of Rasputin's Imperial Stout. I followed the instructions in BYO to a "T" and the SRM seems way off. Will it get darker? From what I've seen of my other beers they tend to get a little lighter as the haze clears. Did I screw something up?