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    Belgian Trippel issues.

    So I tossed a Belgian trippel into the fermenter last week SG 1.089, I have a rims system and did 50min at 145F and 10 min at 158F, trying to get it reasonably dry. Yesterday almost all airlock activity ceased, and I took a sample, at 1.025, so about 70%. (All taken with same hydrometer) I’m...
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    Organic, Fair Trade Honey for Brewing at +50% OFF!

    We just took delivery of the most delicious brewing honey on the planet... and it's in the wrong package! We can't sell it in stores, so we are passing this deal on to Home Brewers... because we're home brewers too! This is organic, fair trade honey at a remarkable discount – less than half...
  3. Gregory T

    just received old yeast

    I just received 2 packs of WLP500 from MoreBeer. both were manufactured 12/19/18 I am brewing a Tripel O.G. 1078, 5.5 gallons. I prefer a 1.25 pitch rate as I'm doing a series of Tripels and pitch rate is a part of that. The calculators on viability go from 31% to .4% Ironically MoreBeer's...
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    Burton ale (wlp023) for a belgian tripel?

    Hi everybody! I'm planning to brew a tripel aged (in secondary) with aok cubes soaked in appel brandy. I want the green apple flavour to be fully present. Thats why I try to work with ingredients that has this particular apple flavour profile. Therefore, I chose Calypso for hop and I'm also...
  5. zgardener

    How Do They Do It? Commercial 'Bottle Conditoned' Brews W/O Sediment?

    I was pouring a very nice New Belgium Trippel the other day when I noticed that the label advertised that the brew was bottle conditioned. When I looked at the bottome of the bottle, however, I noticed that there was no trace of sediment or fallen yeast that I usually associate with bottle...
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