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  1. IdahoBrewing

    Same Grain Bill For Different Beers

    I have recently made the leap from a 15 gallon system to a 1 bbl system. This upgrade has been great but it was a little fast (growing pains) and now I am left with more beer than I can get rid of. For efficiency sake and to make the best use of my equipment... Can anyone think of a grain bill...
  2. peter_shoes_

    Let's Talk About Biscuit Malt!

    I absolutely love biscuit malt, and use it in almost all my brews. You might think this gets a bit samey, but to be honest it always surprises me. Biscuit is a flavor that really adapts well to its surroundings, and is never an unwelcome inclusion in any ale grain bill, I've found. Most people...
  3. E

    Beginner Recipe Help

    Hello all! I am not only new to this forum, but I am new to home brewing as well! I have brewed a couple starter kits from Northern Brewer, but have decided to try my hand at making my own recipe to make the beer I want. I have come up with a recipe through looking at the style guidelines...
  4. crazymoyo

    ABV lower than normal - Advice

    Hello fellas, I hope you are doing great! Am new to homebewtalk and am looking to some advice to what am doing wrong:) I brewing for the last year mostly Pale Ales and IPA, also tried once Neipa. Am facing an issue where my beers turn out having low abs, approx 2.5-3.5% where they supposed to...
  5. M

    Brewing by the Numbers | The Law of Averages Part 1

    The technical side of brewing has always been the most interesting to me. I enjoy the process (and the drinking), but the science behind it has always taken the limelight. I was reading the recipe for Biermuncher's Aberdeen Brown Ale...
  6. M

    Brewing by the Numbers | The Law of Averages Part 1

    The technical side of brewing has always been the most interesting to me. I enjoy the process (and the drinking), but the science behind it has always taken the limelight. I was reading the recipe for Biermuncher's Aberdeen Brown Ale...
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