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Specific gravity in brewing is the ratio of the density of the wort to that of water.

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The accepted knowledge on dry hopping today is as so: The majority of the hop aroma will be imparted after 24 hours. Nearly all of the hop aroma will be imparted after 72 hours. Vegetal and other of …
answered Jan 14 '19 by joe92
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I'm looking to understand malt bills a bit more. I'm currently reading "Malt - A Practical Guide from Field to Brewhouse" by John Mallet. I'm particularly interested in the section describing the proc …
asked Aug 14 '18 by joe92
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After much more scouring of the web googling the question in various and sometimes outlandish ways I stumbled across the following forum thread from 2006 which appears to answer my question: https:// …
answered Aug 15 '18 by joe92
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I cooked up my first Double IPA recipe over the weekend but have seriously missed the mark with the target gravity. So much so it most definitely won't be a Double. Target O.G. = 1.085 Actual O.G. = …
asked Sep 17 '18 by joe92
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Fermentable Sugar, e.g. Maple Syrup I brewed a Maple Stout before Christmas in which I racked the beer to a secondary fermentation vessel where I added 550g of Maple Syrup. I let it sit at 12ºC for 4 …
asked Jan 9 '19 by joe92