dale hihn

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About dale hihn

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    Brewmaster in Training
  • Birthday 10/11/1981

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    alberta canada
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    Beer, outdoors, woodworking, nascar (one of the few Canadian fans!), nhl hockey, family

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  1. Myself and Matt Kenseth both decided that it's DeWalt or nothing! Good choice!
  2. Has anybody got any wisdom to share regarding peated malt? I saw it at the LHBS and would like to experiment but I am unsure of what style/ how much etc. I know from my reading that you must be careful to not use too much. Any info on this would be greatly appreciated. Cheers!
  3. Seems a bit harsh. I have two and never had a problem. Mr B customer service is excellent, they will be able to help you.
  4. Welcome. Have fun brewing and consuming!
  5. Great brew name!
  6. I have used oatmeal and wheat malt and found both to succeed in head retention. The last one I used oatmeal in allowed a creamy head for as long as there was some brew in the pint. Cheers!
  7. Had one of these a couple years ago and was impressed. Freestone Peach Summer Ale from Bowen Island Brewery. Not big on fruit beers but this one was very refreshing!
  8. Cheers! You are now a brewer!
  9. Looking for any advice on pumpkin beers. Gonna brew up one with BAA. Just wondering what has been everyone's experience for what has worked/timing of adding pumpkin/spices/amounts etc. I love pumpkin beers and would like to make a great one to enjoy this fall. Thanks!
  10. would you mind sharing your phat tyre recipe? I love that stuff and wouldn't mind trying a clone.
  11. Congrats! Savour the flavour!
  12. Congrats on your first brew. Best advice is to condition for plenty of time. The flavors really shine after a good month or two (even three!) in the bottle. Cheers!
  13. Looks great! Enjoy!
  14. Welcome to brewing, Joshua. A very rewarding and addictive hobby. It is a great way to unleash ones creativity . Cheers!
  15. If it tastes like un-carbonated beer, bottle it up!