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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Bleed P&G
[quote]This grain bill is perfect[/quote] Do you mind sharing it?...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Bleed P&G
Do you have a pound or two of oats in your grain bill? That is likely what is causing the turbidity. The final beer will be fine. I just wrapped up a German pils. It came in a couple of points high at 1.050, but other than that, it was a flawless brew day. ...
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[quote]Anyone here ever put flour in the boil for a NE style ipa? [/quote] I did this once. I threw in a tablespoon of flour at the end of the boil. It made the beer very turbid, much more than it needed to be. The beer tasted fine, but I won't be doing it again. It doesn't really do anything to im...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Bleed P&G
[quote]1.00 oz Amarillo [0.00 %] - Steep/Whirlpool 25. Hop 13 0.0 IBUs 1.00 oz Citra [0.00 %] - Steep/Whirlpool 25.0 m Hop 14 0.0 IBUs 1.00 oz Columbus (Tomahawk) [0.00 %] - Steep/Whi Hop 15 0.0 IBUs 1.00 oz Galaxy [0.00 %] - Steep/Whirlpool 25.0 Hop 16 0.0 IBUs [/quote] I am a huge fan of us...
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[quote]40 psi for 24 hours[/quote] [quote]Typically set the regulator to 30 psi, then roll the keg around. Do this about 5 minutes are so. Then place it in the fridge for 24 hours.[/quote] [quote]35-40 psi for a day[/quote] Doesn't sound like anyone else has patience either. :lol:...
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[quote]I do recall i force carbed for about 40 hours instead of the usual 24 at 30 psi, then dropped the co2 back to 18-20 psi and let it sit for a week, then reduced to serving pressure.[/quote] While on this topic, what is everyone's carbonation technique? I don't have the patience to set it ...
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[quote]Today One of my kegs started foaming up like crazy. It was dispensing fine a few days ago, but all of a sudden k get foam.[/quote] I had this same problem for my first 15+ batches of beer. I noticed that my beers would pour fine until I got down to the last gallon in the keg. Then each beer ...
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[quote]Strong porter or stout followed by low gravity stout or porter[/quote] Yeah, I was thinking about doing a pecan porter. Do you think that the pecan flavor will fall out while it ages in the barrel?...
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The wife delivered this year for Christmas. Now the only questions is what to fill it with. [img]https://i.imgur.com/NNvyF0Q.jpg[/img]...
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[quote]all 10 minutes and later in the boil, then whirlpool, dry hops.[/quote] I did this recently with a red IPA. I was very happy with the results. Will definitely be doing it again in the future....
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Where to launch in Delacroix? - Bleed P&G
I have not been out there in 15+ years. Where is a good place to launch?...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Bleed P&G
I made a NE IPA recently that came out pretty well. The mouthfeel was perfect, but I found that the beer was a bit too bitter. [quote]1) Whirlpool hopping [/quote] Definitely whirlpool hop, but wait until the wort temperature gets down to around 175°F. I added 4 oz of hops at flameout and let i...
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What does the 60 minute rest at 100F do? I understand the rest of it; protein rest, beta rest, alpha rest and mashout. ...
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[quote]So what's on everyone's Christmas list?[/quote] Last year, I got Mark's Keg Washer and I love it. It makes cleaning kegs and carboys effortless. I put it in the bathtub, add some hot PBW, come back 20-30 minutes later and its done. I use it very often and highly recommend it. [img]https://b...
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LBHS was out of 3711, so I passed on the saison. Ended up brewing a smoked brown ale. Brew day went pretty well considering that I was watching the game while brewing....
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What is your mash temperature?...
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To all in this thread, I'm going to be brewing this weekend, but have not yet decided what to brew. I am going to the LHBS later today to get ingredients. What should I brew? Give me one of your favorite recipes. The only two styles that I don't want to brew right now are porter and IPA, since I ...
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re: What are some good things from Trader Joes? - Bleed P&G
The mini croissants and peanut butter cups are killer. ...
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[quote]Whirlpooled with 3 oz of citra and plan to dry hop with 5 oz citra. [/quote] I brewed a red IPA on Saturday. Whirlpooled with 4 oz of Citra and 1.5 oz of Columbus. Plan to dry hop with another 4 oz of Citra....
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I brewed an ESB a few weeks ago and it came out really well. It might be a minerally, but it does have some nice lacing. [img]https://i.imgur.com/DHlDJNT.jpg[/img]...
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