That's pretty nice coverage for a unique, niche segment of beers.
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The eZymurgy apps are not yet available, but they are coming. It's proven more challenging to make this happen than we anticipated, but we do have work underway and expect to launch sometime around April.Nice!
Just keep in mind that whatever amount you used for corn sugar, you only need 80% as much of beet or cane sugar, as it's a little "stronger".
Coriander is what gives Wit much of its orange character. I'vE heard to be wary of the store bought stuff though and find plump indian varieties.I always thought coriander is more lemony than orangy.
Getting excited about this event. We have a couple club members that will help out on club night, but are unable to attend the full conference. Do all club night volunteers need to be paid conference attendees if they will only be at club night?Pretty sure they'd need to pay since they'll have access to all the club night booths. There is a social's only option registration option (at least there was last year). I don't know what the cost is, but that should be coming out soon.
That's a dumb way to do business.I didn't say it was smart. Maybe you can get going as a nano this way, but you're screwed if you want to expand. It's bad if part of your business model is "Don't grow".
Hehe. Yeah, I know...6-8 months for a berliner is insane. It might work, but it is a waste of time. You should be drinking this within a month...
The Venn diagram of "beer nerds" plus "nerds" is basically just one circle.
I did a 15 gal no boil batch and drank the first 5 gal within a month or so and it was OK. The other 5 gal I left plain and bottled something like 8-9 months later, and the other one I aged on raspberries and bottled after almost a year. Both of those are WAY more interesting than the young version.This was not sour mashed I'd guess?