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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/30 at 3:51 pm
[quote][b]Used bleach as a sanitizer [/b] Called the flavor hops 15mins left in boil "dry hopping" [b]Boiled the steeping grains [/b][/quote] astringent band-aid pale ale Yum :lol:...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/29 at 10:40 pm
[quote]Bug, PBW soaking mash tun is the definition of overkill. [/quote] Bug's gonna Bug :lol: The valve and sight glass on my brew kettle were kind of funky when I took them apart. Thankfully nothing close to those pictures....

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re: Let's talk BBQ thermometers
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/29 at 12:31 pm
[quote]because water got into the sensors and fricked them up. [/quote] water will definitely frick up the sensors.. Afternoon shower hit in the middle of a smoke last spring, probes got wet while I was messing with something and went out on me. Called maverick and had new probes the next weeke...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/29 at 11:34 am
[quote]I've never really had issues with my valves. However, i haven't really thought to clean those[/quote] me either, until [link=(http://brulosophy.com/2014/11/13/problem-identification-or-helping-a-buddy-stay-in-the-hobby/)]brulosophy.com[/link] posted this... [img]https://brulosophy.files...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/29 at 9:27 am
[quote] I'm planning on kegging my brett IPA tonight, so I'll set aside a vial of CS yeast and shoot you an email. [/quote] :nana: :nana: :nana: I'm in the process of building up a starter from the dregs of CS Wild Wild Brett Batch 100. It's supposed to be all brett, but that beer was REALLY t...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/29 at 9:24 am
Like frat said, pumps are easy to clean with some hot water. If you get the high temp silicone tubing, you can just boil those clean. the most difficult thing to clean on my setup is the ball valves that are attached to the kettles and connectors on the lines. No matter how much hot water I ru...

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re: Sign Needed For Owners That Don't Pick Up After Dog
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/29 at 9:17 am
[quote]But I'm sure the OT can come up with something better to get the attention of a trashy neighbor. [/quote] One of neighbors lets his dog roam the neighborhood off leash and that piece of shite dog loves to shite in our front yard. I tried talking to the owner and all he said was "it's a do...

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re: Blonde Ale Recipe (pics of setup included)
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/29 at 8:00 am
I'm trying to figure out why anyone gives two shits what someone else brews....

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re: Blonde Ale Recipe (pics of setup included)
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/29 at 7:05 am
It will be fine, that recipe is fairly close to the Tin Roof's Blonde. Tin Roof Blonde is 85% 2row, 10% pilsen, 5% crystal 10. Original gravity between 1.048 - 1.050 and 17 IBU Glacier at 60. ...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/28 at 3:57 pm
[quote]Drie [/quote] Is this the BSI strain?...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/28 at 3:28 pm
[quote]I can't remember why, but extract usually ends up with darker than planned beers[/quote] LME can darken over time due to oxidation/age. I know LA Homebrew is ordering their LME in small quantities to prevent this as much as possible. [quote]Look in to a adding most of your extract at th...

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re: FBD - How about this heat?
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/27 at 2:55 pm
[quote]Does Parish treat their beers for gluten now? [/quote] Stone is using that White Labs clarity ferm in their Delicious IPA. It's supposed to reduce gluten to levels to below the 'gluten free' labeling threshold. [quote]In addition to eliminating chill haze, Clarity Ferm significantly re...

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re: FBD - How about this heat?
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/27 at 2:51 pm
FBD: Crooked Stave - Batch 100 Very nice beer. [img]http://i.imgur.com/MuH2LRO.jpg width=600[/img]...

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re: The 37 Best Imperial Stouts, Ranked (non-barrel aged)
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/27 at 11:55 am
[quote]No KBS? [/quote] "The 37 Best Imperial Stouts, Ranked [b](non-barrel aged)[/b]"...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/27 at 10:39 am
yeah, I've left starters in the fridge up to a week with no problems....

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re: The 37 Best Imperial Stouts, Ranked (non-barrel aged)
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/27 at 10:07 am
Geez that guy loves the adjunct stouts. There are a lot of great stouts that are left off that list... North Coast Old Rasputin Great Divide Yeti Hoppin Frog BORIS Hoppin Frog DORIS New England Imperial Stout Trooper...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/27 at 8:09 am
Thanks for the feedback... I have no clue what I'm doing. If it doesn't taste like the water trough from a barnyard I'll consider it a success. :cheers: [quote]Apparently they aren't oats at all but basically like a crystal 15 that is huskless.[/quote] Golden Naked Oats are huskless oats that ...

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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/26 at 4:01 pm
I've been following all the discussion surrounding WLP644 recently and decided to put together a recipe for an all "brett" IPA. Hoping to get some feedback from the guys who have worked with brett trois. If everything goes well then I'll probably serve this at Zapps in march OG: 1.065 - 1.070...

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AB-InBev purchases Elysian Brewing Company
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/23 at 3:57 pm
[quote]National beer giant Anheuser-Busch is buying Seattle-based Elysian Brewing, furthering its efforts to join the fast-growing world of craft beer. The 20-year-old local company, which includes four Seattle bars and the brewery in the Georgetown neighborhood, was founded by Joe Bisacca, Dick ...

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re: Breweries in your city
Posted by LSUGrad00 on 1/23 at 11:18 am
[quote]You make it sound so easy. [/quote] Which part is difficult, the opening a brewery part or the really good brewery part?? :lol: ...

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