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Title: Chop & Brew's King Cake Ale (Video & Recipe)
Post by: chopandbrew on October 18, 2016, 03:14:48 AM
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Chop & Brew just posted our newest episode in which we devise a homebrew recipe in tribute of King Cake, one of the best foods from the Mardi Gras carnival season. In this case we didn't mash with actual cake, rather we worked with homebrew all-star Drew Beechum and Gulf Coast homebrewer (former pro brewer) Dan Murphy to come up with a beer that shares some of the characteristics of a King Cake.

See link for full episode video and recipe:
http://chopandbrew.com/episodes/chop-brew-episode-50-king-cake-ale/

Cheers!

Chip @ Chop & Brew (and AHA GC member)
Title: Re: Chop & Brew's King Cake Ale (Video & Recipe)
Post by: beersk on October 18, 2016, 01:04:04 PM
Congrats on 50 episodes, Chip. I watched it last night and it's fun to see Don O. in there. I'd like to see more with Dawson and Keeler also!

Prost
Title: Re: Chop & Brew's King Cake Ale (Video & Recipe)
Post by: BrewBama on October 19, 2016, 12:54:23 AM
I got into all grain by reading Denny Conn, Ken Swartz, and watching Don O.  NB Brewing TV and Chop & Brew videos came later for me. Thanks for the all information and Congrats on your 50th Chip!  I owe a lot of brewing know how to you and the gang ...and Roll Tide!


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Title: Re: Chop & Brew's King Cake Ale (Video & Recipe)
Post by: ynotbrusum on October 19, 2016, 01:51:32 AM
A Cobra visit would be cool....
Title: Re: Chop & Brew's King Cake Ale (Video & Recipe)
Post by: Arcane on November 28, 2018, 04:45:20 PM
I got into all grain by reading Denny Conn, Ken Swartz, and watching Don O.  NB Brewing TV and Chop & Brew videos came later for me. Thanks for the all information and Congrats on your 50th Chip!  I owe a lot of brewing know how to you and the gang ...and Roll Tide!


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If this is off topic or I need to start a new post, then I apologize.

I'm new to homebrewing and considering a partial mash, and I was wanting to read Ken Swartz's paper referenced in these old posts, but it looks like his website is gone.  I was wondering if anyone had a link to his new website or the PDF paper in question.

Here are the old posts.  They are quite old.
https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/forum/index.php?topic=9301.0

https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/forum/index.php?topic=1084.0

The paper was on converting extract and all grain recipes to partial mash.
Title: Re: Chop & Brew's King Cake Ale (Video & Recipe)
Post by: denny on November 28, 2018, 04:52:11 PM
I got into all grain by reading Denny Conn, Ken Swartz, and watching Don O.  NB Brewing TV and Chop & Brew videos came later for me. Thanks for the all information and Congrats on your 50th Chip!  I owe a lot of brewing know how to you and the gang ...and Roll Tide!


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If this is off topic or I need to start a new post, then I apologize.

I'm new to homebrewing and considering a partial mash, and I was wanting to read Ken Swartz's paper referenced in these old posts, but it looks like his website is gone.  I was wondering if anyone had a link to his new website or the PDF paper in question.

Here are the old posts.  They are quite old.
https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/forum/index.php?topic=9301.0

https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/forum/index.php?topic=1084.0

The paper was on converting extract and all grain recipes to partial mash.

I worked a bit with Ken back in those days and may still have those around.  But frankly, theuu were needlessly technical for such a simple topic.  I'm not in a position at the moment to give you a rundown, but if no one else does I can follow up in a couple days.