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I always found that using a late extract method with the lightest DME I could get and using some rice solids syrup as part of the fermentables made a great clean crisp lawnmower style beer. I also re …
answered Apr 4 '14 by brewchez
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I wonder if an you fermented a standard mead with a hefewiezen strain at the right temp if you force some of those banana esters out. I don't think grape juice is an ingredient in standard mead maki …
answered Jul 2 '10 by brewchez
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To understand this malt you need to put it into perspective with other malts and the region it comes from; the UK. Historically, lager malt is a malt made from popular English strains of barley that …
answered Feb 1 '16 by brewchez
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BeerTools has an online version too. Registration is free. I used to use the pay version until I started using BeerSmith.
answered Nov 13 '10 by brewchez
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You want to make sure that your MASH pH stays in the proper range of 5.2-5.5. THis is important for proper enzymatic activity in the mash. Dark roasted malts and drop the pH as they tend to be more a …
answered May 29 '10 by brewchez
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I found this good descriptor at BeerAdvocate Gose. Rather than inocculating with Lactobacillus this descriptor mentions the addition of lactic acid directly to the boil. The only semi-commercial sou …
answered Jan 8 '10 by brewchez
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the variety. Lastly, the recipe as is though would make a fine beer. I think if it more like a well hopped American Pale/Amber hybrid. I wonder if ingredients are an issue for you as I think … you're writing from someplace other than the US or UK. At least that's what I remember last time I checked out your profile. If that's the case, just make the recipe you have and you'll probably enjoy it. Cheers …
answered May 26 '10 by brewchez
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I like dry extracts over liquid for thier shelf life and ease of mearurements. THe draw back to dry is that the powder is really fine and can make a dusty mess of your counter top and scale during mea …
answered Jan 9 '10 by brewchez
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expecting some sort of recipe difference, you probably won't find one. The filtering process arguably strips beer of some elements such as colors, flavors and aromas. Key to the IPA question is hop aroma … and flavor. Many times this can simply be overcome at the recipe end while continuing to use a filter for shelf stability and clarity issues. That said, when you homebrew you are making unfiltered …
answered May 10 '11 by brewchez
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I would learn to make Sauvignon Blanc. Its easier than making beer actually. Just takes more time. Start her with a fruit wheat beer styles to see if you can find a beer style that she actually like …
answered Jan 7 '11 by brewchez
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Everyone's palate is different and the subtleties between the malts will be different person to person. I recommend planning out several mini batches and mini mashes of just the base malts to really g …
answered Jun 22 '10 by brewchez
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I think you are on the right track with tasting the brew regularly. I'd suggest actually doing the experiment in a one gallon jug. Wait to see how long it takes to get the pepper taste you are looki …
answered Jan 21 '10 by brewchez
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I have never seen what you are talking about before. Its a shame because I have heard several people ask for it. You might be able to seach the BeerTools recipe database for a single ingredient, but … I don't remember. Here are some links to popular online recipe generating calculators. Although none of them are "reverse" calulators. Good luck. My only other solution would be to post what you …
answered Jan 13 '10 by brewchez
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Southern English Brown is mildly sweet and Porter can be fairly dry and and roasty. I think it matters upon the substyle of Porter one is looking at. Robust Porter is the substyle most people are fa …
answered Mar 3 '10 by brewchez
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Black malt and Roasted Barley will deliver coffee notes. Using anywhere from 0.5lb up to 1lb of either (or in combination) per 5 gallon batch is the norm. Caramel notes are easily delivered from crys …
answered Jan 1 '13 by brewchez

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