Yeah, I think it is because they are a lot easier to come by. Myself, I use pin, because they just work so much easier in my setup. I had a couple balls, but took them back to the LHBS, and swapped them for pins. So much easier to use, IMO.
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I went the the NB website for this link and could not find that post. Was it really deleted? What the hell is going on over there if they're actually deleting posts that they find unfavorable to them. Maybe I just missed it, but I couldnt find it, even using the search menu.
I'm not sure what I'm brewing. What can I make with about 8# of two row, some flaked barley, a couple pounds of honey malt, and a buttload of assorted hops? You give me recipe, and that's what I'll be brewing.
If not, I just be messing with the new pump, and fine tuning plans for my new rig.
How about a 5 gallon batch of Creamy Honey Ale?
1# Flaked Barley
.25# Honey Malt
Mash at 154. Bitter with a clean bittering hop to between 20-25 IBUs. Maybe do a mild flavor/aroma addition at 15 minutes with a low-alpha hop. Ferment with US-05/1056 in the low 60s.