WYF - do you think Schooner is a "Old Malt" (as a variety presumably) it was released in the early 1980's.I have a recipe from Ron Pattinson's book of a English bitter circa 1909 from Lees Brewery Greater Manchester. Thought it would be more appropriate to use an old malt so bought a bag of the Veloria today. Looking forward to trying it.
Something for his kettle that acts as a screen to filter out hops/hot break as he drains the wort. Usually depends on the model of the kettle, but considering WEAL, it's probably some upgrade. He's been a champion of the coiled spring / Helix Coil.1. What you mean about trub blocker
Where table sugar (sucrose) is made into a syrup, and with the addition of a catalyst (often citric acid), to hydrolyse into glucose and fructose. The reason for changing them would be to present a particular sugar to the yeast, reducing the workload on the yeast so that it's not responsible for those conversions/avoiding an off-flavour/increasing ABV without increasing malt.2. Invert sugar - please explain
I'm also interested in what this is.3. Chinese English Ale yeast?
Bulk Buy - have several members on the forum purchase the yeast together for savings/availability.4. BB on the yeast?
I would also be keen to get some of this yeast if a BB was organized, I have messaged them around samples but haven't responded to their latest email back.
I have their reps email in my system, I will try to get more samples from him, the head office only wants to sell by the tonne. A BB will only be feasible if they can drop that quantity, after all it is in their own best interest if they could export their range of beer and lager yeasts. I am sure they are only exporting their bread yeasts just going on the amount of Asian bakery's there are.I would also be keen to get some of this yeast if a BB was organized, I have messaged them around samples but haven't responded to their latest email back.
Where are the recipes? I couldnt find any on the Voyager Malt website?Went to KK today, and they bags and bags of Voyager malt.
Looks like they have been appointed the distributor.
I tasted a few of the grain, the schooner was lovely.
I didn't buy any, as I still have some malt to use, but investigating their website, they have quite a few recipes and its a download compatible with beersmith. I'm 2 brews away from using all my existing malt, but I will try it after that. I reckon, it might be possible to get a unique/niche Aussie beer (apart from Coopers). For example, smoked malt using almonds!!!!
Your right, I thought the Beersmith.bsmx file contained 16 recipes, instead it just contains details about their grains.Where are the recipes? I couldnt find any on the Voyager Malt website?