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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
at least you didn't try to get a quick weeknight brew in and have those problems I guess......
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Canuck Tiger
In Miami I had a j Wakefield Hefe with coconut that was a phenomenal banana-coconut brew with a great head on it. Now I'm trying to figure out how to brew with coconut and still have a fluffy wheat beer head... Just use vodka to extract all the flavor from coconut without the oils? Toast it lightly...
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re: FBD - Rain Rain go away - Canuck Tiger
FBDs were flights at J Wakefield Brewing [img]http://i.imgur.com/xI39n8X.jpg[/img] Headed to a Prairie Artisan Ales tap takeover at Boxelder after I drink another 4-5 JWB beers...
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re: Just a really solid beer - Canuck Tiger
Ballast Point Sculpin is another good beer that's widely available. Maybe Great Divide Yeti as far as stouts go?...
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re: FBD lounging in natural springs - Canuck Tiger
SBD is an Anderson valley hop Ottin IPA ...
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re: Just a really solid beer - Canuck Tiger
Living in Canada, I've got a slightly different idea of widely available. I would say the following: Stone go to IPA Boulevard tank 7 saison Goose island IPA (this is everywhere now that they were bought out) Ommegang 3 philosophers/Hennepin Unibroue la fin du monde ...
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re: FBD lounging in natural springs - Canuck Tiger
FBD is a dogfish head 90 min IPA at Yardbird restaurant in Miami Beach...
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re: FBD - Tuesday - Canuck Tiger
FBD is a sweetwater IPA in ATL airport... They closed their brewpub here though! en route to Miami and gonna hit a lot of spots up for a mini vacation...
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re: May you all stay fat my friends(now with added weight-the anchor) - Canuck Tiger
Brewing thread is gone too. Well not dead just unstuck ...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - Canuck Tiger
Plenty of great European beers have been fermented open to the air... Did this thread get unstickied?...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - Canuck Tiger
[quote]drink the beer quickly.[/quote] Words to live by!...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - Canuck Tiger
Have you checked your hydrometer vs water to make sure it isn't cracked? Usually lacto can't make a beer too sour for Brett or acid tolerant sacch to ferment; it kills itself at that point too... Any way to measure pH?...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - Canuck Tiger
I checked my Tripel today and it somehow went from 1.075 to 1.004 (94% attenuation). It's a little boozy (it's only been fermenting for 7 days) but has a nice fruity ester profile. Gonna rack it to a keg and let it sit there for a couple months to mellow and meld and clean up and I think it's going ...
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re: Foods you'd find more appealing with a different name - Canuck Tiger
It's delicious, but "bread pudding" doesn't really sell you as a name for a dessert...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - Canuck Tiger
I had really good results copitching us-05 and Brett bottle dregs from a couple 750ml boulevard saison Brett (I believe they use claussini). First beer was a DIPA that had a moderate Brett fruitiness and played really well with the hops. I repitched a cider on that cake with a lb of light dme to giv...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - Canuck Tiger
First pours from a sour APA I made from second runnings (and a massive dry hop) today. It's totally fruity and tropical and acidic and almost what I was going for exactly (it's a little thin). [img]http://i.imgur.com/jwPZmgb.jpg[/img] I ran into some weirdness en route: if you have live lacto ...
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re: Fbd great timing edition - Canuck Tiger
FBD is a six points (Alberta) triple summit IIPA. 10.3% and full of Galaxy hops. I'm getting old; I'd like it better at 8% I think...
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re: Ballast Point Sculpin - Canuck Tiger
[quote]Pineapple sculpin[/quote] I had it on tap at Ballast point and it was phenomenal. Friend had it on tap at a downtown bar the next day and it was "ok". So its shelf life must be pretty short. ...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - Canuck Tiger
Today I dumped trub/harvested yeast and cold crashed my Nelson hopped saison in my Chronical, made a starter of wyeast 1214 to brew a tripel tomorrow afternoon, star san'd a keg, and did a monthly tasting of all my secondaries that are aging Brett/slow sour beers. Strangely, the no boil sour I d...
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re: Homebrewing: In-Process Thread - Canuck Tiger
Even with a big pitch of yeast you don't get a healthy looking krausen with a strongly acidified wort. This is about as much activity as US-05 could muster: [img]http://i.imgur.com/UVHH72o.jpg[/img] I bet you'll be fine; RDWHAHB and all...
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