Cross Over - EPMD. The vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC1psGZXZlw
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But I think going to .05% is just going to punish people who have had a beer or two with dinner and then drove their kid to his soccer game and got into a routine fender bender.
Proud to say I have never gotten a DUI, fwiw.
Square is far more versitile if you ever want to use it for anything besides round pizzas. Whatever size round stone you can get, you can get the same size in square and have more surface area. I'm not aware of a disadvantage to square either.
I wrote an email recently to a brewery which does a honey wheat that has a very nice honey flavor. He told me that they added it after flameout during whirlpool which surprised me. He also noted that higher quality honey makes a big difference...they use local wildflower honey. He noted to use enough to raise the OG by 1 point so I am assuming plato not specific gravity.
Craft beer tastes better from the keg. Always on the hunt for Aroma Coma. For homebrew, bottled conditioned tastes better (and is more visceral). Kinda like there's a 9-times-out-of-10 off-flavor with kegging that I can only describe as "force carbonated". Any ROT to get beyond that?
p.s. happy baseball season.
Can you please explain how bottle conditioned taste better for homebrew and not craft? That is making about zero sense to me.
Draft beer in every instance stays fresh longer, is easier to dial in Co2 volumes, and has better protection from light and o2 than bottles, both homebrew and craft.
I pump the strike water in through the manifold and dump/stir the grain in 3-4 batches.
I've found that the best solution is to have a grist hydrator on top of the MLT and grain in through that.
I did get a nice stack of 2x12 redwood, so I just dug out my planting areas, boxed them in, and filled it with 6 months of spent-grain and sawdust compost. Planting soon!
How does Spent-grain effect compost? MY Brewbuddy and i where worried that to much in his bin would totally kill it. We where also worried about to much hope trub for the same reason. Anyone have any experience with this?
I vaguely remember reading that you treat as brown material. Other than that it should work fine in compost.
I forgot to mention price. The rooted cuttings were 7-8 bucks, and the standard cuttings are 4-5 bucks. They do have large cuttings that run the same as the rooted ones. I think the rooted and large cuttings are sold out. I pre-ordered in October. But after getting these, the standard cuts are very nice. Again, I pre-ordered rather early and it is first come first serve.