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All Grain Brewing / Re: What kind of beer for ageing
« on: November 02, 2018, 04:50:58 PM »
Thank you for your help.

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All Grain Brewing / Re: What kind of beer for ageing
« on: November 02, 2018, 08:22:41 AM »
high abv (8% or more) is the first thing to look at. a variety of styles do well when aged - barley wines, imperial stout, belgian dark strong, tripel, etc. hops don't fare well long term.
Thanks a lot for the answers. Does one of you has a recipe of a beer that aged well for a so long time ? I never tried a barley wine, maybe it's the occasion. And, sure, a triple.

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All Grain Brewing / What kind of beer for ageing
« on: November 01, 2018, 10:23:53 PM »
Bi everybody.
My daughter just had a baby five days ago. I'd like to celebrate by brewing a beer that I'd forget a few years and serve to the members of the family for a future birthday of my grand-daughter. Does someone has experience in long time ageing? What kind of beer is able to "survive" more than five years or more? I thought about a stout be they're not popular here. A Triple blond? What should I take into account?

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Extract/Partial Mash Brewing / Re: NEIPA Failure Brew - Need Opinions
« on: August 24, 2018, 08:01:59 AM »
After looking at the Brulosopy experiment mentioned above the oxygen is definitely a culprit for the darker color.  How/what do you do/use to add the CO2 into the fermenter?  Any rather simple way to add CO2 to the bottles?  Kegging would be much easier for that, and I plan on getting into that in the near future.

I use this device : https://www.brouwland.com/fr/nos-produits/brassage/futs-pression-et-accessoires/soda-kegs-et-accessoires/d/keg-charger-cartouche-co2
You should find something similar in your country.
I spray some CO2 in each bottle before adding the beer and I'm very cautious to evitate contact with O2 when bottling.
It's very easy. A very fast spray (half a second) and it's done.


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Extract/Partial Mash Brewing / Re: NEIPA Failure Brew - Need Opinions
« on: August 23, 2018, 06:54:40 PM »
I had exactly the same problem with my first NEIPA. It was very good when bottling with a beautiful grapefruit visual aspect and, a few weeks after, it became a brown light and insipid liquid that I was obliged to throw away.
The original of this disaster was oxydation. Now, on every step,  I add CO2.
The last one was excellent and still is (one bottle left after 10 weeks).

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