« on: August 18, 2016, 05:11:20 PM »
I use a silicone tube that fits perfectly. It looks to be a 3/8 i.d.. here is how I transfer under CO2 pressure:
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There is no indication of how many ounces of hops you are using for your flavor/aroma additions. Also, how many gallons is the batch size?
My typical 5 gallon Pale Ale has 5 ounces of hops in the late additions and 5 ounces in the dry hop.
Not enough hops gets my vote too but 5oz dry hop in PA?! That's pretty heavy handed, even for a hop junkie like me. For PA in the vein of SNPA, I'd be around 2oz late and 2oz hop steep, no dry hop. I consider more modern PA actually IPA and would bump up accordingly.
Jamil, the host of Brew Strong, tends to speak in absolutes as if he has the final word on all things home brew. Kudos to him for having the confidence in his opinions, but I find it off-putting.
If there's one thing I've learned, it's that the more I know about beer, the more I need to know more about beer.
I haven't decided the route yet, I'm gonna do some map planning before I leave Bend this morning butat the moment I'm leaning towards going up to see the west side of St. Helens. Where after that is wherever the road takes me.
FWIW, if you can get past the insanely arranged street layout this is one hell of a place for a beer tour. At last count I did 16 [I think] breweries in a day and a half - all on foot.
Please keep me in the loop. I won't be attending, but would love to meet whoever is going to be there from the forum.
I personally would recommend the Beer Shoppe, which is just about 4-5 blocks from the Sports Center on the same side of the street. It has a greater and more interesting variety of beer on tap, as well as bottles. Also a quieter venue. But whatever, I'll meet you wherever y'all decide to go.
It gets pretty busy once the Hop School starts, if anyone is in Yakima the night before it would be ideal. Just a thought!
Yeah, but SPORTS CENTER!!!! What a crazy cool place!