My recipe that I have used was 84% pils, 6% munich, and 10% wheat. I used German grown Northern Brewer for bittering and add a bit at flame out. It went over pretty well.
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Also how do you expect to be successful at it if you want to do it only part time?
This is one thing I wonder about when I see or hear about people running a brewery part time. You have to be either in or out. Or you have to be willing to pay someone to be all the way in. You can not run a successful brewery on the side in your spare time (if by "successful you mean "profitable".)
"If it'll cut a pipe, it'll cut a d!€k"
So, I can only assume it would slice a sausage just fine. I can make you deal on one.
Try making a pink IPA. It is for a good cause.
Don't want to derail the OP but I thought I understood the whole "brewery guys have beards thing" until I saw that guys mutton chops. Just had to say it. Sorry.
Back to your original programming.
I don't get the whole BIPA thing either. Maybe it's just me being an old guy too set in my ways.
One of the things I found interesting in this video is that they seem to be against check valves on carbonation stones since they make the stones have inconsistent wetting pressures... but what is the alternative? I can't believe that they recommend not having any way to prevent beer back flow into CO2 lines.
Well hell yea Euge! Very cool to see you back here in the Garden Thread.
Hope all is well; like the new look.
Wow Amanda...you have oodles of space there! Your mini orchard could turn into a regular orchard preety quick. Are you sourcing your apple trees locally? I have had some pretty poor luck ordering trees through the mail...they always seem to be spindly sticks that take forever to get cracking.
Boulder! You still have any time to garden? Owning a brewery might be cutting into you food preservation time?
I finally cut down all my residual hop plants. Wow the smell of shattering lupulin was amazing in March.
Planted a few rows of carrots, lettuce, spinach, bok choy chard and a few early beets.
Have not tried the burlap yet...but if it gets much hotter I might. Record heat here today.
It sure is nice, but we will pay for it later in the water year.