« on: March 27, 2011, 03:11:00 PM »
Can you be more specific? There are plenty of established styles that are high in alcohol, and pretty much any recipe could be "imperialized".
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Wow! Where do you buy your ingredients? I just spent $40 on an admittedly big grain bill, yeast, hops, and cane sugar. Some of the cane sugar can go into other brews...but still $10?! Wow.
Freezing works. I usually collect a liter or two of second runnings from my mash just for starters and freeze them in jars until I'm ready to use them. Then I defrost and boil them in my erlenmeyer flask when I'm ready to make the starter.I do essentially the same thing, but I boil the wort up front, pour it in a milk jug while it's still at pasteurization temperature, put some foil over the top, and throw it in the freezer. When I'm ready to make the next starter, I just thaw and use the wort.
Sorry- I don't follow. How do I put in the amount of slurry in Mr. Malty calculator?
You are right Tom I think that is for all of Japan....
Edit: 22000 missing or dead in the Fukushima events