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  1. A

    Fruit wine 23%??

    I recently brewed a batch of Strawberry Wine. I was hoping to end up with a nice dessert wine flavor. OG 1.08 I knew it hadn't turn out as I had hoped when my FG reading was 0.90. Somehow it became very dry and had a very strong alcohol flavor to it. I had let it ferment for 4 months (I've...
  2. Mackie

    High FG in Belgian dry stout

    Hi guys, a couple weeks ago I brewed a 2.5 gal Belgian-style dark beer with orange peels with some leftover grains I had on hand: 64.7% Vienna malt 20.6% Belgian Candi sugar 9.4% Chocolate malt (ground and added to the end of the mash for 3-5 mins) 3.3% Acid malt 2.0% Aromatic malt I made a...
  3. shadowmage36

    Low F.G. from overzealous S-04/low mash temps(?). Thoughts on a fix for the future?

    So I brewed what I think is a delicious British-style special bitter, as close to style guidelines (2008) as I possibly could. The color, flavor, and IBU level are all spot-on to what I was going for. The problem is the F.G. Minimum for the style is 1.009, I'm sitting at 1.006. The grain...
  4. P

    Under FG by 5 points

    Ok here's my story: Brewing BierMuncher's OktoberFAST Ale - 5 gal AG batch Was contacted on a Friday to see if I could have 2 different beer brewed, bottled and ready to serve in exactly 6 weeks. This was one recipe chosen. Ran to the LHBS and got the ingredients and was subbed with Wyeast...