And I bet they'd figure out how to get off the island - attach some pontoons to the thing and pedal it home. Brewing all the way.
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Well now I have to get the twin out. I like the bear better. He looks like he'd mess you up while the lion is yelling for mommy.
For the reduction, you pull that off the first runnings and get it boiling, but then you go ahead and start your sparge right? Otherwise you are continuing your mash for the time its boiling. Then pour the reduced wort into the boil pot?
Was Stan's method to simply dry hop in secondary?
I don't think he was really advocating for one method or another. He was pointing out that dry hopping before the beer was removed from the yeast will produce different results than dry hopping with the beer on the yeast. It's up to each of us to try it and decide which method is appropriate for us.
I'd go so far as to say it's up to each of us to decide what is right for each particular brew. different results = different tools in the toolbox.
I actually tried dry hopping in secondary after reading Stan's article in Zymurgy. I had dry hopped after high krausen for years and felt that I got good results. So I was a little skeptical that it would be worth the effort, but I did a split IPA batch and compared dry hop character. I liked Stan's method better and have done it since. But as said, it depends on what you like and look for in your hop character.Was Stan's method to simply dry hop in secondary?