« on: February 08, 2010, 09:25:08 AM »
I don't know....I'll look into it as soon as I have a chance.
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I don't necessarily disagree with that. But...
In my experience higher finishing gravity beers typically have more mouthfeel and visa-versa.
Ideal? Who knows. Expected would be in the 75-80% area.
The reason I ask is because you mentioned in an earlier post about how 1450 has a fuller, silkier mouthfeel as compared to WLP001.
...but yet given the level of attenuation on your latest beer (finishing at 1.010), wouldn't that be considered on the dry side?
I wait until after the break since the boil seems to increase in violence a bit with an addition.
What if he's got a basement that holds fairly steady temps already? Granted you're not "controlling" it; but if you're already at suitable temps down there, wouldn't a different purchase be in order, maybe? If he's fermenting next to the couch while watching TV then I would agree; but we don't know his whole process.
Good to know Denny. I will definitely watch that. I figure I should at least try rehydrating once for myself. For no other reason than to say I did it, and can ell everyone else not to.