Seems like I have used it before but can't recall wether I cared for it or not. We are contract brewing for a local group and they want to use a basic 2 row. Thinking about going with Rahr pale ale malt now.
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i have mine in the BK - but have run through copper tubing when sulphur has been a problem with good results.I originally thought I'd just run the cider through the copper tube as I was racking into the bottling bucket, but I was worried that wouldn't be enough contact time. Do you think that would have worked?
That does sound an awful lot like batch sparging. IIRC, Keith @ Yellowhammer is batch sparging. Do you know of other commercial breweries in the U.S. who do?
My Asian pear cider had a slight sulfury nose that I'd hoped would age out (but it didn't after 5 months). After reading about copper binding sulfur compounds here, I bought a small piece of copper pipe and dropped it in the carboy on Saturday night. Last night the sulfur aroma was gone (2 days) and we bottled it. Awesome!!
What if they made a truly great all malt pilsner and kept the price reasonable?