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Fermented in Feb in a room where ambient was prolly 65 fahrenteit.

Grain Bill,
6 lbs MO two row
 0.1# wheat malt
0.50# Pale Choc
0.18# roast Barley
0.25# Black Patent
0.25# Carafoam
1# flaked maize
2# Brown Cane Sugar
servo Myces

2.5 oz tetnang plug for 60 mins

O.G. 1.060

It is a relatively minor flaw and may go away with time.  couple sips and you are past it
The beer is smooth and tastes good.

Kind of smells sulfury and has been in secondary for a couple months now....
Taste is good and bright roasty with hints of coffee. I suspect it is the Nottingham
yeast. The aroma was worse and stronger before I chilled the keg....
Can you describe the aroma of nottingham yeast when used in a stout?

I think this should be posted in Wood\Cask Child board.
But, I think that your beer looks really good, nice and clear. Lots of folks
would love your sour beverage.  The pellicle is hard to see in those photos.
But like was mentioned, your oak is prolly going to stay funky.

The Pub / Re: I want the ole '50's '60's CARS back!!
« on: June 15, 2010, 10:52:04 AM »
56 Chev is not bad.  I struggle just keeping my current stuff running...
I would be more interested if it were a 41 Ford Willys Coupe...

Thanks for checking tho.

My current and 1st harvest from a Hungarian oak that had red wine (fresh dumped) really
went well with the Hermann Holtrop rochefort recipe....

I then added cherries and anxiously await the result of that....

But I really think that is a good combo...

Q....would this post be better in the Wood/ Cask child board?

Beer Recipes / Re: sour cherry rochefort brett in oak
« on: June 10, 2010, 11:19:30 AM »
Here is that beer in my glass is backlit and clear, the haze is condensate.
Taste is great. Hope it gets better with the addition of cherries...(currently fermenting away)

Anyone know if the cherries will be consumed by the bugs?

Brew on....Brew on..... 8)

Yeast and Fermentation / My V8 Splash Mango Peach fermented
« on: June 04, 2010, 08:54:24 PM »
IN THE FRIDGE, It carbed up all by itself smells a bit sulfury, but tastes really NICE....

I wonder if this is a yeast...and if it is, it may be a lager because it has been in the
fridge a long time.  I cracked the lid on it and sssssssssst.... bubbly neat flavored stuff.

How to proceed??, I suppose I could innoculate a bit of sanitized wert...from DME and see
what gives....totally spontaneous stuff here.  ;D

What Would You Do??

The Pub / Re: Spring Time on the Front Range.
« on: June 03, 2010, 05:15:53 PM »
Hey been gone sorry for the reply lag.  Went to Topaz Mountain in Utah collecting mineral specimens.
I actually got some Red Beryl, one of the rarest minerals on the planet....kewl!!! 8)

It did snow, now tho seems good to go on the gardening, in fact, I need to take mine to the next level,
and that is to uncover it from the winter blanket (weed barrier fabric) and get it goin on....

Yeast and Fermentation / Re: Using Corny Keg for Secondary?
« on: May 30, 2010, 07:12:05 AM »

Cornies are great!
Put enough CO2 pressure in to seal the lid.
Yep that is what I do, I will add some more gas after a day or so incase
the beer absorbed most of the gas in the headspace.

Is not bacteria bacteria?

If the hose/buckets are in good shape you should be able to sanitize them regardless if the bugs were introduced on purpose or not.


My flanders project was in a glass carboy for 18 months. It never grew a pellicle UNTIL I bottled the beer,
then each bottle grew a little pellicle. Indicating to me that some oxygen is needed for pellicle formation.
So as was already said, give it plenty of time and you should be rewarded.

Ingredients / Re: Red Beets
« on: May 28, 2010, 10:16:02 PM »
women drinking beer.

The Bruery is a good thing....

 ;D  I knew there was a good reason to try this!

Other Fermentables / Re: How much wine to top up?
« on: May 28, 2010, 09:59:55 PM »
I have used those cans of CO2 in a pinch to flood headspace. Also if you
have keg equipment, you may be able to accomplish the same thing with your cylinder.

Ingredients / Red Beets
« on: May 28, 2010, 09:52:18 PM »
I think this may wind up being a color enhanser for an upcoming brew....

What a lovely pyrope color to add to a beverage and the starch in them should
be as good as any pumpkin or yam...or packing peanut.

Anyone ever try em?

I have made wine with them.

Ingredients / Re: Elderberries
« on: May 28, 2010, 09:50:18 PM »
Where do you get elderberries? Not out here for sure.

The Pub / I want the ole '50's '60's CARS back!!
« on: May 27, 2010, 09:45:04 PM »
I loved the prices! I loved the lines! I loved the fact that I could actually FIX them if they broke!
I think they were even made in this country putting actual Americans to work!
I love the fact that the insurance companies did not dictate design! (and thereby price)
I love that they were made of METAL and some wood!

I know....dream on.... :'(

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