« on: December 31, 2010, 07:26:24 AM »
The color is probably from the ~10% C-60 in the grist. Steve Dressler gave the recipe for Celebration on the Brewing Network.
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4) Cascade hops are not patented, did they use to be?Other questions 1-3 have been answered.
5) Will we ever be able to buy, Amarillo, Citra, and Palisade )etc.) rhizomes?
Thanks in advance from a curious home brewer.
Okay. I’ve managed to follow along so far, but somebody tell me…
Does boiling affect efficiency?
I have read it was to keep wheat and rye for bread making in poor crop years, and since barley makes good beer but not so good bread have the barley go to beer production. I have read that there were some problems with suspect ingredients, hence the definition of what could be used and penalty for use of unapproved ingredients.. It was also a tax/price law, with the loophole for the aristocracy to have their own wheat beers as Denny says.just like Rhineheitsgebot, which existed at the time because people were putting REALLY nasty stuff in their beer and people were getting sick.
I wasn't aware of that. I thought it was to keep wheat in the hands of the aristocracy.
QuoteIf the brewkettle is open, and you can look into it, you will see it is all stainless on the inside, the copper is for looks. Same with Sierra Nevada's 200 barrel system.