« on: May 11, 2015, 01:21:53 PM »
I've seen videos of similar builds on YouTube. Copper would be ideal followed by stainless.
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I do this, only issue I see is if there is oil of chemicals on the floor.Damn! I've done that, but I used the malt, made a fine beer. If you think of where malt comes from, the garage floor doesn't seem all that bad
+1 Mine turned good as well.
Wow, that's a lot of personal attacks over someone posting something contrary to your opinion.I'll be the first to admit to getting into arguments with Mark, but I don't see his response as an attack.
+1 - one of my favorite beers.I use FWH on any style that is hop forward. Although I've never done side by side comparisons, I think it gives a smoother bitterness, with more hop flavor than a regular boil addition. Even though the measured bitterness may be higher, the perceived bitterness seems lower.
I agree. I brew an all FWH kolsch and it has amazing smooth bitterness and great hop flavor. Anecdotal evidence aside, it works well for some beers. Definitely try it and see for yourself.