I gotta say I love FFF's beers, but Dark Lord is way too sweet to enjoy.
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You can make your shipping labels on these shipping companies website. Attach it to your package and drop it off without talking to anybody. I have done that several times without any issues.This. This is what I've done every time. Never get asked anything except "Do you want a receipt?"
I still think it would be worth while to boil say 1 gram of the quassia and 1 gram of high alpha bittering hop each in a cup of water and taste side by side at least to get an idea of where to start.Maybe I will, I got some time. Brew day isn't until April 30th.
there was a presentation involving this ingredient at the 2013 NHC I think. It might have been in the alternative wood ageing presentation but I'm not sure. I'm also not sure that he went over dosages.Yeah I was at that talk. I think he just mentioned it and how bitter it was. Nothing about dosing. Yeah making an extract test beer is what I wanted to avoid. I think so far what I'm going to do is puts some in a bag and try and sheep it to taste day of. I'll just pull the bag when I think it's bitter enough
You could do a side by side tea tasting with a known AA% hop to develop a rough equivalency and go from there though.
Yeah. Hopefully it does well. I won't be able to attend the NHC this year though so I'll be going for it to win from home.1/5. Batting .200 lol.At least you are at the big dance.
Yep, awesome heirloom blend from Uncle Johns Cider Mill. I then did a partial kmeta dose and let it naturally ferment quite cold.1/5. Batting .200 lol.
I think I saw you moved on a cider, though? If so, nice job. Curious to see how my cider scored.