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revised How do you label your bottles?
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answered How do you label your bottles?
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comment Ever made a “hop tea” to balance an overly malty beer?
+1 Great link! Added to bookmarks. Thanks Jack.
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accepted Ever made a “hop tea” to balance an overly malty beer?
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comment Ever made a “hop tea” to balance an overly malty beer?
I have already noted the mistake in my notebook and adjusted the recipe. As much as I would like more bitterness, I think I will take your advice and chalk it up to learning.
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comment Ever made a “hop tea” to balance an overly malty beer?
I was thinking that the malt would be for the yeast as well but the keg is already chilled to 40 degrees or so. Scaling is a great idea I hadn't though of. Thank you for the great advice.
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asked Ever made a “hop tea” to balance an overly malty beer?
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accepted Is it safe to use a chipped aluminum stock pot?
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comment Is it safe to use a chipped aluminum stock pot?
I already initiated the return. I do have a sams club membership! Will def check that out.
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revised Is it safe to use a chipped aluminum stock pot?
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comment Is it safe to use a chipped aluminum stock pot?
Added link to question for clarity.
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revised Is it safe to use a chipped aluminum stock pot?
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comment Is it safe to use a chipped aluminum stock pot?
I am sure. It is a Winware Professional Weight Aluminum Stock pot. It is not enamel coated, just plain aluminum. Is that bad?
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