« on: April 26, 2011, 01:26:59 PM »
Look up Ward Labs.
www.wardlab.com. Get test W-6.
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where can i find "martin's spreadsheet"?
My most common brews with it are Rye IPA (or about any AIPA or APA), Am. brown ale (Noti brown recipe), porter (Nick Danger porter recipe), or BVIP.Nick Danger, Third Eye has a beer named after him? Any other Firesign Theater themed brews? Lt Bradshaw Blonde Vice, perhaps? Rocky Rococo Red maybe?
I think AJ stole that from me, lol. But, yeah, it does not work. It is sodium and phosphate. The latter is flavor neutral. The former may be flavor positive in modest amounts but is cheaper as kosher salt.
From what I've seen, maybe just a bit larger than normal. I think I'm gonna try to grow some this year. I LOVE radishes!
What kind of spacing requirements are there? I've perhaps got some room next to my carrots...
That's what I have understood to this point. That's why batch sparging results in small loss of efficiency isn't it?
Any thoughts on what would be best to brew with it Denny?
and there's the fun Wyeast had with the numbering. Back when it was VSS or whatever, wasn't it called WY2450 and then they eventually changed it to WY1450 - muy confusing.
Even got an Oak Spiral to infuse oak flavors.... I am thinking about the Bourbon aspect and my goto is
the Purple Sack Crown...because it is blended, well rounded, mellow and smooth....
+1 to PBW. Remember to wear your goggles. Alkali cleaners can really mess up your eyes. I went to the ER for getting a non-brewing related solvent in my eye, and he told me the worst accidents he sees relate to alkali products. Drain-o is strongly basic, and will "turn your cornea into oatmeal," apparently.