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- Thu Jul 18, 2013 4:46 pm
- Forum: Grain Brewing
- Topic: Porter with Pilsner Malt?
- Replies: 5
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In a bitter or simple pale ale, you'd notice a difference. In a porter, with all the dark malts and perhaps crystal too, the base malt will be just that. Base malt.
- Sun Jun 30, 2013 4:55 pm
- Forum: Brewing Equipment
- Topic: Budget small kegging set-up revisited
- Replies: 10
- Views: 1010
I'm not sure if the un-modified product is as available in the UK as it is here, but these jiggers look the goods. I haven't done it yet, but they seem cool. You could even cut in a tap low down, blank off the top plate and use them like a party keg/cask type of deal? http://aussiehomebrewer.com/top...
FG alone does not a clear post make. What was your OG, did either beer contain simple sugar or other adjuncts; and what was your mash temp? All variables need consideration.
- Tue Jun 18, 2013 3:53 pm
- Forum: Beer Recipes
- Topic: so,you go to your local brewery.....
- Replies: 11
- Views: 1187
They don't do it, because with modern efficiency, "small beer" doesn't work. Plus they usually sell it on to farmers for stock feed. My advice? Get a new idea. Although the water thing is an issue.
If it's a dry saison yeast, I'm assuming it's re-pack Belle Saison. At over 22C BS will rip through a beer in 3 days. However, I recently used it at 17-19C and it took a good 10-12 days to finish. Never stalled, never crapped out, but did take its' sweet time. Left a lovely dry but restrained finish.
- Thu Jun 13, 2013 4:02 pm
- Forum: Brew in a Bag
- Topic: BIAB clones for these two
- Replies: 8
- Views: 2625
A) It's Oz (if you must,) not Ozzy. Or Aus/Aussie. I am an Aussie, I come from Aus (although I would never say that...) B) TED is rubbish. It's in a clear bottle FFS. But if you must, any bland international style lager (kit or grain) with the addition of a dry enzyme and Saflager 189 fermented at 1...
I have found, when seeding bottles with Orval dregs, the Brett takes a seriously long time to reach a noticeable threshold - OK if you are disciplined enough to store them for ages. But I find the dregs from Green Flash Rayon Vert make themselves known on a much shorter timescale - 6 weeks, versus 6...
True parti-gyling is a bit tricker than that, as it involves making different gravity worts and blending them pre-fermentation to varying ratios. What you're talking about is essentially "combined grist" brewing, and could work BUT won't you just run into the same draining issue with the second beer?
- Fri May 17, 2013 4:03 am
- Forum: Yeast
- Topic: Mangrove Jack's Craft Series Dried Yeasts info
- Replies: 49
- Views: 17542
I am going to be stoked if these are truly new yeasts. And I'm not usually a nay-sayer, BUT some of the descriptions sound...familiar. For example; M07 (British Ale): med-high attenuation, high flocculation, high compaction, can ferment as low as 12C? Sounds very much like Nottingham. Although they ...