All I can tell ya is that my 1.104 quad didn't throw more krausen than the 1.054 Patersbier I made to start the yeast for the quad.
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It is only different in the respect that they have changed the hops and made it a 5 gallon recipe.
If they didn't; BYO should have given me a mention in my opinion.
Congrats Barry... You know, you really need to cough a couple bucks & join the AHA after all this.. Cheers!!!
You usually have to fabricate a hopper with other mills.
Generally a mill recommendation will follow the mill a brewer has purchased.Good point. I like my Schmidlin mill. It is at least 15 years old and has never given me a problem.
Both are good mills, I own a BC.
Of course, now it will....
Ah. You must have gotten a UIPA (underattenuated IPA). They're pretty popular based on the number of people who make them.
I just installed it and I'm starting to play with it. I'm disappointed that I'll have to manually figure ratios. Oh, the agony! I had a chance to meet Brad at NHC and I was really impressed by his dedication to make the software what we want it to be. I'm hoping I'm gonna love it!Denny,
ProMash where is you love???
Oh and by the way, A BIG thanks to Denny for the recipe.
From Len Eckstein,
"I can't take recipe credit - it's a variation of Denny Conn's Bourbon vanilla porter.
Glad it came out so well. *Here's to to further flavor ass kickery with the next
generation of barrel aged monk brothers' brew!*
And that's my point, what is too much? I'm looking for a good ROT on % of sugar vs. OG or