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Whats In The Glass

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by jimmyjack, 15/12/07.

 

  1. brewgasm

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    Posted 24/3/18
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    #46 Citra extra pale ale brewed from AllInn fwk. I transferred some into the bottle to experiment with the carbonation cap (could have done with a bit more) and fit the remaining into 19l keg with a hop ball containing 25g of Citra pellets to dry hop. Will remove the hop ball in a couple of days then I will probably ramp up the psi to complete carbonation.
    I'm pretty pleased with this beer even without the dry hop. This beer is a bit thin in body but AllInn did intend for it to be a showcase for Citra hops
     
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    ^ my mate made that same beer and a few others from the same brand. All tasted thin. Obviously from the dilution. We changed the last batch to 18lts only adding 3 to the fwk, turned out much better
     
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    Posted 24/3/18
    From memory the recent cubes contraband IPA (white IPA) and bearded dragon (APA) had decent body. Contraband was on the thinner side but I found bearded dragon to be quite soupy. Body and mouth feel are what I really love in a beer. The impression that I have and as described on the cube was that this beer is intentionally light bodied to focus on Citra and I gotta say I like Citra. I have the keg carbing up at serving pressure right now but in a couple of days when I pull the hop bomb out of the keg I will speed things up so I can get a better impression :)
     
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    Again with the Citra extra pale ale, tasting pretty good with the dry hop addition in the keg for 4 days. Tho I'm thinking about natural carbonation next time.
     
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    Posted 31/3/18
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    Wet hops in the whirlpool, dry hop, and keg.
    Would probably drop the Munich by half, but other than that I'm pretty happy with it.
     
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    What is it?
     
  8. wide eyed and legless

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    Self carbonated British Best Bitter, first one out of the secondary, no doubt there will be more by bedtime, or until SWMBO notices the sway.
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    Posted 31/3/18

    2 kg - German - Floor-Malted Bohemian Pilsner (47.1%)
    1 kg - German - Vienna (23.5%)
    1 kg - German - Wheat Malt (23.5%)
    250 g - German - Munich Light (5.9%)

    HOPS:
    8 g - Dr. Rudi, Type: Pellet, AA: 11, Use: Boil for 75 min, IBU: 13.25
    16 g - Cluster, Type: Leaf/Whole, AA: 6.5, Use: Whirlpool for 5 min at 95 °C, IBU: 4.95
    100 g - Chinook, Type: Fresh, AA: 13, Use: Whirlpool for 5 min at 95 °C, IBU: 10.32
    125 g - Chinook, Type: Fresh, AA: 13, Use: Dry Hop for 3 days
    125 g - Chinook (Wet Keg Hop), Type: Fresh, AA: 13, Use: Dry Hop for 0 days


    Wyeast - Kölsch 2565
     
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    oops double post
     
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    Fungrel why are you reducing the Munich/
     
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    Becuase munich malt sux. Replace the lot with Vienna, keep the munich for english bitters or darker beers.
     
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    It's not because Munich sucks, it just reduces the drinkability. I notice that malt in the background instead of blending in with the Vienna.
     
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    Mangrove jacks Bavarian wheat beer kit yeast subbed with Safbrew WB06. 14 days cold conditioned and tasting pretty good. IMG_20180505_154644.jpeg
     
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    Not French, German.

    If You like one I could translate it.

    Bruno
    Austria
     
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    Oaked red ale. Slight influence from the oak chips but next time I'll add them at yeast pitch instead of just before the dry hop. IMG_20180707_154346.jpeg
     
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    Awsome
     
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    Coconut shypa as seen on new to homebrew Tom's you tube channel. Absolutely delicious
     

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