One of the guys on the low oxygen brewing site has started a thread on HBT under Brew Science.
Bryan Rabe of posted a link to a german brewing site There he is pointing out the PDF which outlines the methodology for low oxygen brewing (LODO) where you mitigate oxygen ingress at all stages of brewing.
Anyone hear of this before?
Visit a brewery with a tasting room where the beer on tap has traveled from one side of the building to the other. Then try the same beer after it has traveled many miles over time. If there is no difference between them, then the brewer has found a combination that travels well and hopefully tastes good everywhere. My experience a long time ago was the brewery’s beer in Utica was better than a keg delivered and tapped some 35 miles away in Hamilton.
Here is a pre-release glimpse of the BIABacus for you whilst we re-write the site and finalise the release of the BIABacus. BIABacus PR1.3T - American Pale Ale - NRB's All Amarillo APA - Batch A0.xls (Above file corrected on 26th August 2014 9:30 am UTC) - Prior Downloads 30 BIABacus PR1.3T - Blank Style - Blank Name - Batch A0.xls Please see notes here re Total Water Needed.
Your first thought will most likely be...
This looks way too hard :dunno:.
Your second thought will most likely...
Yes. A Foundational Experience ... Was in one of the three Ranger Battalions as an enlisted man. Most attending the school are actually infantry officers and others not assigned to Battalion...
Before helping others to convert a recipe they post here, please make sure you have fully read and understood this post and the others it refers to.
Every beer recipe needs to be adjusted to suit both your own brewing method as well as your equipment. For example, it will be obvious to all but the newest brewers that an extract recipe needs to be converted to a grain recipe. What is not so obvious to those entering the world of all-grain is that recipes need to be adjusted for your equipment...
I think your fermentation is out of control Steve :o
Warning: this is going to be a long post, with pictures - hopefully it will encourage beginners like myself, and entertain the old hands.
I was always interested in making my own beer, but the start appeared to be expensive and complicated, so I never really tried. Recently, I have stumbled upon the BIAB method, found this forum, and learned here about the mini-BIAB approach . This was it! I had nearly everything at hand, even a 19.5 L stainless steel pot which my wife is using for cooking...
Marko, in your first post you said you hoped that your thread would entertain old hands.
Well, I'm an old hand and just had a quick scan of your posts above and I am savouring for when I have the time to relax with a beer and read through it properly. I may not be able to do this for another couple of weeks but just thought I'd let you know that I have it bookmarked and am really looking forward to it.
I already know it will entertain but I suspect it is going to do more. Just a quick glance...