Don, those pics are from Cannon Beach. Hope you get your wish to move back some day. Oregon rocks!
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I'm in agreement with your hypothesis, Kai. And I won't be testing a coarse grist since that would require me to readjust my mill. I'm not gonna mess with that.
No, I was not really soliciting volunteers.
I usually stir once after adding the sparge water. I believe additional stirring wouldn't render any significant amount of additional sugar assuming one has achieved starch conversion during the mash.
I want you all to relax this week and have a cold one or three.
incidentlally, this is the best, easiest to use, and most complete forum that i have found.
I think you may have nailed it in that recipe. Course you could always add more hops!
Has anyone ever conducted the test where the gravity of the mash is tested after adding and stirring in the sparge water and then after a 10 min sparge rest and another good stir?
I would like the AHA to provide guidance for sponsoring charity events that provide homebrew.
I'd like to be able to ship bottles to the NHC (or any competition for that matter) without having to lie about the contents, or feel like I'm doing something illegal.