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When I was in the Navy and a kid just out of boot camp would report for duty I'd ask if I could give his cologne a try, claiming that it was new to me. When the newbie would hand it over I'd take a swig, smile, and tell him it was pretty good.
The White Labs product is for during the mash. There are others that are designed for the fermenter. Each has it's own place. Which brings up the question, "can it be done without enzymes?" I recently did a brown ale with nottingham yeast that went from 1.050 to 1.007. I wonder how close to "brut F...
I bottled this on Monday: yummy .
And on Tuesday I brewed a batch of IBUless hazy session IPA that I'll be serving at a brewfest downtown on the fifth of July. This will be the first year that homebrewers will be included.
- Sat May 25, 2019 6:44 pm
- Forum: Beer Recipes
- Topic: Guiness clone (aka Dirty Badger)
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I recently did a no-boil extract stout that came out very Guinness like. I cold steeped 8 ounces of roast barley, 4 ounces of caraffa II, and 4 ounces of blackprinz overnight. But stupidly left the cold steep out of the fridge at room temperature inadvertently doing a mini sour mash. It's actually p...
It will fade. I did a piece for Zymurgy last year about recreating British beers from 200 years ago. One that I did was a 188 IBU ipa. It was pretty much undrinkable at first. I bottled it after bulk aging it for nine months and it was pretty good.