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Ingredients / Re: Centennial Fruit loop beers
« on: November 22, 2013, 11:12:39 AM »
I have used 001, 1056, 05 as well as several english strains that were recommended by the commercial brewery that gave the recipes. All were fermented cool, say 62 to 66 for the english and 64 to 65 cal ale. Didn't know if it old hops or when they were added or ect.

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Ingredients / Centennial Fruit loop beers
« on: November 22, 2013, 09:53:47 AM »
Has anybody figured out how to use centennial and not have taste of fruit loops (excluding bittering)? I like a lot of commercial beers that use a lot of centennial and don't get much if any fruit loop flavors.

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Ingredients / Re: Bulk buys of grain for homebrew clubs
« on: August 27, 2013, 08:26:02 PM »
There are a couple lhbs in kc that do grain buys fairly often, but the cheapest 2 row is still $48.

Indeed, Nate. Seems like Apex is doing one every other month, G2G does one every three months, etc, etc. I LOVE that I can get Best Malz for damn near $50 a sack almost anytime I want it.

BTW, Apex is cheaper for 2-row last time I was there.  ;)
  Well, I guess I will have to have a talk with Jeremy.

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Ingredients / Re: Bulk buys of grain for homebrew clubs
« on: August 18, 2013, 07:46:01 AM »
There are a couple lhbs in kc that do grain buys fairly often, but the cheapest 2 row is still $48.

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Has anyone had trouble downloading any of these? Seems like the end gets cut off of everyone of them. 

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All Grain Brewing / Re: Re: Re: Whirlpooling
« on: April 03, 2013, 09:50:12 AM »


10 min probably isn't long enough settle time (especially if after being chilled) I do 15-20 min hot and 30 after chilled. Were you whirlpooling with a spoon or a pump?

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Using my big spoon.  I guess I'm not doing it right then if it takes 30 minutes.  Wow!
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You might also give your wort 5 min to settle down before stiring (let the rolling stop first)

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All Grain Brewing / Re: Re: Whirlpooling
« on: April 03, 2013, 05:12:36 AM »
I tried whirlpooling on Friday night and it didn't work very well for me.  I swirled the wort and then let is settle for 10 minutes before siphoning into the primary.  I still had to filter it going into the primary as there was a lot of sludge all through the kettle.  I really didn't see any cone at all.  So what is your technique in getting a good cone in the middle of your kettle?
10 min probably isn't long enough settle time (especially if after being chilled) I do 15-20 min hot and 30 after chilled. Were you whirlpooling with a spoon or a pump?

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