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Creeps McLane

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  1. Is there a list somewhere that states what yeast strain does what to beer. And what styles theyre typically used for? Flavor Profiles etc?
  2. Can't not quote once you pick "quote" Started by RickBeer, Sunday at 11:35 AM thats a double negative statement. Which is grammatically incorrect. FYI, #grammarnazi
  3. 12 lbs of two row. Recreating my favorite IPA recipe but going all grain this time
  4. Nut brown ales are my favorite!!!! If it premieres on sale I'm buying 600 refills
  5. I plan on drinking the whole world dry before I leave it My mom used to say "You cant drink it all in one night" as Id leave for the bar and I always thought of it as a challenge.
  6. El Diablo --------- Brewer: Style: American IPA Batch: 2.00 galExtract Characteristics --------------- Recipe Gravity: 1.059 OG Recipe Bitterness: 87 IBU Recipe Color: 3° SRM Estimated FG: 1.015 Alcohol by Volume: 5.7% Alcohol by Weight: 4.5% Ingredients ----------- Briess LME - Pilsen Light 3.30 lb, Extract, Extract El Dorado 0.50 oz, Pellet, 5 minutes El Dorado 0.50 oz, Pellet, 60 minutes Mt. Hood 0.50 oz, Pellet, 5 minutes Polaris - 0.25 oz, Pellet, 20 minutes Safale S-05 Dry Ale Yeast 1.00 unit, Yeast, American: Temperature Range: 59°-75° F 11.5 GRAMS
  7. been getting this from both my phone and computer. been happening quite a bit when i either hit the back button on my phone to get to the main forum screen or when i select the forum tab on my computer
  8. We did force carb. Beer was cold at carbing, but a few hours later all I was getting was head. So we let it sit over night and now its pouring pretty well. The nice thing is, normally we'd just bottle and wait 4 weeks. Instead Im drinking it a day after "bottling day" We did bottle some too and Im still pretty new to kegging but the beer tastes great. Good taste up front and then a bitterness that hits you a few minutes later. I can get you the recipe if you want. Nothing too hard, all extract actually
  9. That sir would be my first ever kegged beer. We called it El Diablo IPA. El Dorado hops for bittering and aroma, Polaris and Mt Hood for flavor. Tastes freaking great. Kegging is awesome.
  10. Boil your priming water, I let mine boil for 5 minutes if I can. Since you're only doing two gallons I assume that may be hard. Maybe just boil a cup or a cup and a half. Add priming sugar and let cool. meanwhile id be washing bottles or whatever. Boil your water first. Oh and cover with a sanitized aluminum foil while cooking, just so no junk gets in. Slimline is cool, I like my other LBK for batch priming. Start draining into whichever you choose. About 1/3 of the way through transferring, dump in the priming sugar. Finish transferring. The draining will mix the priming sugar for you. A vinyl tube works the best but I don't have one that's good grade so I just drain in slowly at an angle. Then I stir ever so gently with a sanitized spoon, gently, very gently. Then start bottling. I like batch priming cuz it minimizes my trub, and maximizes my yield. as far as screwy Brewer, I just get it close, it's a preference thing. Im bottling tonight too, maybe I'll take some pics... thats how I do it, works for me. Just be clean. Batch priming is twice as quick as bottle priming unless you use tabs.
  11. I use my phone for everything. If I'm on my computer, it's late at night and I'm at least buzzed. That's when you'll see me post some very random stuff im just glad I could post a pic of my problem from my phone. Good job fixing that one MB
  12. This is what I get when I confirm my review.
  13. Menasha! Yes! My wife works for a company based out of menasha. Any good home brew stores by you?
  14. You really like that hop schedule don't you? Can't say I disagree, what I've tasted of what I have labeled as MRBJR was quite good. Wish I could kick this cold so I can really get the full taste. 3 in the fridge just waiting for me... Tempting me
  15. True dat ^^ the most valuable beers are the ones that teach you a lesson. Lots of lessons for a been to learn
  16. Plus another one for batch priming... Just saying, might as well make it 4
  17. I said "My Buddy Bought" Not me, Him. I says to "how about we focus on something else weve never done before, Like liquid yeats?" Next time I see him he says he ordered the kegs. And if it hadnt have just been xmas he wouldve ordered some 10 gal Mash Tun/ Brew Kettle thing with a heating element in it so you can brew basically anywhere. That was $700... Liquid yeast will have to wait I guess
  18. My buddy bought 2 brand new 5 gal corny kegs... Very excited. Anything I need to know before we start this new chapter in brewing? Weve watched all you tube videos, Im looking for more of a silly little things a person wouldnt think of on their first go round.
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