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    Surprisingly, We Made Beer!

    Have you ever had one of those brew days where nothing went right? Guess what? So has everyone else! I have been brewing since 2009 and I still have more of those days than not. It seems to happen more often when introducing new equipment, which changes your normal configuration. I recently...
  2. Z

    Minnesota - Amoretti Fruit Puree

    I am looking to order some of the Craft Purees from Amoretti. Would anyone near Minneapolis area want to go in on an order to save on shipping? Shipping is a base of around $15ish for a single bottle but it barely goes up as you add more bottles. Purees are $27.99 for 750ml, but you can get...
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    MN - Amoretti Puree Order

    I am looking to order some of the Craft Purees from Amoretti. Would anyone near Minneapolis area want to go in on an order to save on shipping? Shipping is a base of around $15ish for a single bottle but it barely goes up as you add more bottles. Purees are $27.99 for 750ml, but you can get...
  4. lorne17

    When to add Pumpkin Purée?

    hello all, I am brewing Smashing Pumpkin from Northern Brewer this week and I have purchased an extra 2lbs of 6-Row and a large can of Pumpkin purée. I plan to roast the purée and add to the boil. However, I’m not sure when I should add it to the boil and when I should add the 6-row? Any ideas...
  5. Yacov327

    Fruit Pasteurization

    There are a lot of old threads on this but I didn't really want to revive a dead one so here it is. Lots of debate on this topic I know. It seems to be though that if you are wanting to pasteurize your own fruit puree, the most widely accepted way to do it is with campden tablets. Recently I...
  6. DaveCS

    “Funkin” Purees?

    Hi All, I’m still “new” to all grain and just coming back after 25+ year absence to the hobby - I’m looking at fruit purees (as I’ve read these may be good to add into a secondary) and I’m curious if anyone’s had experience with the “Funkin” brand of purees that are available via Amazon... for...
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    How to reduce rack loss?

    This has come to my mind as I am planning a blueberry melomel in the near future, but I've encountered this problem before. I have been unfortunate in not managing this problem well because I didn't have the foresight to see it until it was there :/ I have a peach melomel that cloged the heck...
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