that beer did not impress me at all,and i would not be surprised if it was lagered.
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- Mon Apr 14, 2008 3:16 am
- Forum: Ingredients, Kits & Recipes
- Topic: Orange Peel
- Replies: 7
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i have used orange peel in a bunch of different batches.i did not use the stuff from the supply store.i took a couple of oranges,washed the skin really good,peeled them and just threw in the peels for the last 15 minutes.it gave a great aroma from the wort,and it gave a nice bitter flavor also. for ...
[quote="candleman"]agave amber ale March 3, 2008 Category American Ale Subcategory American Amber Ale Recipe Type Extract Batch Size 5 gal. Volume Boiled 2 gal. Mash Efficiency 72 % Total Grain/Extract 8.25 lbs. Total Hops 2.0 oz. Calories (12 fl. oz.) 212.8 Cost to Brew $31.88 (USD) Cost per Bottle...
- Sun Mar 16, 2008 5:24 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: how long can you keep beer in your carboy?
- Replies: 9
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i have a couple of beers that have finished fermenting and i am going to trasfer them to a secondary carboy (all the kegs i have are full,so i either need to keep them in carboys or buy more kegs) my garage is about 55-60 degrees. i am just not sure how long i can store them in the carboy,and if som...
the light agave ale came out great.a nice dry ale with an interesting flavor.not too alcoholic.i think i may make it again this summer with no changes,since i actually enjoy it. i decided to create another agave ale for comparison: agave amber ale March 3, 2008 Category American Ale Subcategory Amer...
has anybody uses agave nectar in a recipe before???i made a beer (recipe follows)and unfortunately agave is not an option in the calculator.if you did use it,what were your results?? it has been fermenting vigorously for 6 days with no sign of slowing.for some reason i did not check o.g. so i don't ...