It certainly is .
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Doesn't it really depend on the base beer style?I assumed it to be a Bru'nWater question Kyle, so since most pumpkin ales are amber, malt (and spice) forward beers, with restrained hoppiness, that the Amber Malty profile in Bru'nWater would be appropriate.
I'm thinking Amber Malty. Your thoughts....+1. Sounds reasonable.
Wow that's scary. Wood alcohol is some scary stuff to have inside you. Sounds like he changed careers, for the better.Caught it.
Mort is correct on how to get a false reading. That's why you do a mouth check and wait 15 minutes before the test, restarting the time if the person burps or regurgitates, observing the whole time. Than making sure they are blowing not burping.
In any event, if I had .390 venting from my stomach I'd be on my way to lala land.
Next internet story... man makes waffles in his nose.
a friend of mine used to be in the furniture stripping (striping?) business. He used a wood alcohol based product and he would spend the day working over a vat of the stuff. He almost got in trouble at one point because he got pulled over right after leaving work and blew over the legal limit, 15 minutes later he was fine but the fumes had worked their way into his mouth and stomach and skin to the point where it tricked the breathalyzer.
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I can't find it right now but I remember reading a story a couple years ago about woman who had a pine tree growing in her lung
+1.Pro tip: don't google wine enema.
Thank you. I won't.
I'd like to think I learned my lesson on the beaver anus thread. My search history is probably pretty disturbing for whomever is checking on it at the NSA.
Brewing's done. Time for a beer!You'll have to post your tasting notes. Sounds great !
3 points short of my target og and 2 pints short of my target volume. Used 5 gallons of hops! All those hops soak up a lot of wort! Hope it's not a no-no to sqeeze 'em!
who says it has to be bottle conditioned? if it's not sterile filtered or pasteurized there is still live yeast in there.+1 on the antibiotics. The amount of antibiotics we ingest from meat. eggs, milk etc. is scary. Kind of lessens the effectiveness of antibiotics we actually need.
I think we should avoid antibiotics instead of beer.
My general method is not not freak out about details like... it calls for 238ml of yeast but I used a cup and a half LOLI totally agree !
I have to start with the fact that I don't brew with a microscope.
I'm very jealous - love me some wet-hopped beers ! I need to grow some next year. I planted a couple rhizomes many years ago with mixed results, not giving it my full attention. Need to give it another go. These stories of fresh hops are killing me !
Brewing a wet hopped IPA.
13# great western 2 row
1# light munich
.5# crystal 20
.25# crystal 40
Anticipated OG 1.068
5 handfuls homegrown Cascades in mash
1 oz Chinook at 60
And as many Cascades as I can continuously stuff into the pot during the last 15 minutes.