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Seems this yeast is alredy available in the UK, some claim this to be the dried version of Wyeast London Ale III 1318/Imperial Juice:
If someone in the UK has a chance with this yeast give us a review comparing with 1318?.
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I went to my local Trader Joe's today and saw that they now have Pink Lady apple juice/cider as well as the Honeycrisp. It wasn't there a week or so ago. It's in 64 ounce (half gallon) bottles. Just like the Honeycrisp it is not from concentrate and unfiltered...
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This site and its community is fantastic and has been a staple in my research when brewing and vinting, so thank you all!
I looked pretty hard to find info before posting, but I haven’t had much luck. I’m seeking any intel you folks might have on the following:
About to embark on my first batch of mead making, and I’d like to make a cherry mead, but am finding myself wracked with indecision as to the variety of methods of introducing the fruit, when, and how. I know I could add cherries to the primary fermentation or secondarily, and that the flavors...
I think I'm still a beginner to novice at this homebrewing gig, but it's a lot of fun.
Here's my previous project, which was an apple mead:
So I'm a fairly new homebrewer, using Imperial Yeast's A38 Juice for an NEIPA this weekend for the first time. I'm wondering if I should propagate a starter for it? My target post boil OG is 1.067. I appreciate any help!
Ok well the general consensus is that 3/4 cup of dextrose is the standard for carbing a five gallon batch of....well...anything. I was trying to stay away from refined sugars in this batch so would it be ok to substitute apple juice for the dextrose.
Because there are around 200 grams of...