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    The NEIPA thread

    WIll do, hopefully ill get a chance to put the brew down soon enough and let you know how it goes
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    The NEIPA thread

    The batch size will be 23l. Hoping to get a deep yellow / orange colour. Going to ferment it with Safale S-33 yeast. The wheat is just a white wheat malt by Castle. I cant get flaked wheat a my LHBS, I've read that if you go 50/50 with flaked barely and oats it can be a substitute. Also using...
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    The NEIPA thread

    The batch size will be 23l. Hoping to get a deep yellow / orange colour. Going to ferment it with Safale
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    The NEIPA thread

    G'day fellas, putting a grain bill together for a NEIPA I want to brew, looking for some thoughts on it. 4.5kg Marris Otter 1kg Wheat 600g Flaked Barley 600g Flaked Oats 150g Melanoidin
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    Beer tastes like cider

    I'm located in Wollongong, so if i were to leave it off the heat pad it would be around 16-18c. I think my game plan will be to leave it for another week and then if it's still there I will rouse the yeast to see if that works.
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    Beer tastes like cider

    Is there any way to fix it?
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    Beer tastes like cider

    Hi Everyone, I'm currently brewing a clone of the little creatures pale ale. 1x Morgans Stockmans draught 1x Morgans master malt wheat 300g dextrose 1x American ale yeast 24g cascade finishing hops (dry hoped) I had it in the primary fermenter for 6 days after getting two exact readings from...
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    new to kegging - carbonation time

    Cheers thanks for all the info guys.
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    new to kegging - carbonation time

    Hi Guys, I've recently embarked on the journey of kegging home brew, put down my first brew into the keg this week. I'm looking for some advice as I've made a few rookie errors already. I've started to carbonate my keg at room temp at 28psi for an American Larger. I didn't roll the keg to force...
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