I haven't made it, but there was an article in BYO a while back where James Spencer (I think) used Frankenberry to make a Weiss beer. May/June issue maybe? Or you could add Count Chocula to a porter You can just add the cereal to the mash.
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That's a really good idea. When I need to really scrub my cornies (which isn't that often) I usually end up with my arm as far into the keg as I can shove it (which isn't that far) and my carboy brush isn't really stiff enough to get good scrubbing. I'll have to get one - and clearly label itTake a brand new, fresh out of the package toilet brush, wash it, then use it to stir a pot of chili. Then see how many people who saw you do that want to eat the chili.I adopted a new one and use it for reaching into the bottom of my cornie kegs to swish em out....
My first "experimental" beer is going to be a fish sauce and peanut stout, for the same reason as Guinness sometimes has that soy-y flavor.Sounds gross Let us know how you like it.
Yeah, 63. Suck it.im from joisey, you from joisey?
I grew up in Pennsylvania and we always made fun of people from New Jersey. Course that's east, not west. Now I live in Alabama and Alabama deserves to be made fun of. And no one is south of us.I'm from Jersey - we made fun of everybody. You got a problem wit dat?
Mad World, but I'm drawing a blank on the ArtistTears for Fears, among others
I will give this thing a try.Let us know how it goes, I'm curious. It's nowhere on my wishlist since I'm happy with my kettle, but it will be good to know.
I would like to see it in acton.Me too.
Blichmann Engineering Hopblocker]
2. Ensure that the shield is pushed all the way to the bottom of the screen and the HopBlocker is resting resting flat on the bottom of the pot. Proceed with your boil as you normally do. THe HopBlocker may move a bit during the boil but this is not a problem as it will automatically right itself.
3. At flame-out stir the wort vigorously with the stir paddle to create a whirlpool which encourages the hops and trub particulates to settle to the bottom center of the pot away from the HopBlocker.
4. Allow 15-20 min for the thermal convection currents to slow and allow the break material and hop particulates to settle.
5. Drain your pot as fast as you'd like until you see the top of the kettle drain fitting (about 3" of wort)
6. Reduce the drain flow rate to about 1/3 the initial flow rate. This allows the wort to permeate through the hops and trub and enter the filter screen to be drained
7. Use your stir paddle to hold the filter down and quickly pull the shield up with a gloved finger or a racking cane (or similar) so that it is out of the wort completely. It is important to move quickly through steps 6 and 7 so you do not lose the siphon which will stop the flow.
Quoteperhaps MSG would work best in a rauchbier
Or a dumpbier
I think it is designed for whole hops. Pellet hops will flow throught the holes. I add pellet hops directly into the boiling wort with no issues. YMMV.It's designed specifically for pellets.
Still, it seems to me that MSG in beer would be just as bad as putting saccharine or other artificial sweeteners into it.But some lambics are sweetened with saccharine . . . maybe they're not to your taste either, but there's precedent.