HOMEBREW Digest #5876 Sun 23 October 2011

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  Re: bottle conditioning (Matt Wallace)
  thanks, and "what is it?" (Keith Busby)

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2011 06:20:55 -0800 From: Matt Wallace <dubious.chewy at gmail.com> Subject: Re: bottle conditioning That's good to hear! Planning to bottle a dubbel after crash cooling for a week or two which I've never done before and was wondering about that very thing. -Matt Return to table of contents
Date: Sat, 22 Oct 2011 16:40:04 -0500 From: Keith Busby <kbusby at wisc.edu> Subject: thanks, and "what is it?" First thanks to those who answered my question about bottle-conditioning a tripel. I used about 20% of a smack pack of Wyeast 3787, and built up the rest for another brew, which leads me to "what is it?" The resulting bottle-conditioned tripel, incidentally, is very good and is nicely carbonated. Today's brew was an attempt to a sorta-kinda Karmeliet. Grain bill was 10lb pils, 1.5lb flaked wheat, 1.5lb white wheat, 1.5lb flaked oats, and 1lb cane sugar; 1lb rice hulls for filtering; 1 oz sterling, 1 oz saaz, coriander and orange peel. 1 1/2 hr mash at 148-150, 1 hr mash out at 172, 1 1/2 hr boil, chill to 80F. Stuck run-off! I managed to salvage things with siphon and sieve, and when cleaning the pot noticed a stringy rubbery substance clogging the run-off tube. I have had this once before but can't recall the recipe. What is it? TIA. Keith - -- Keith Busby Douglas Kelly Professor of Medieval French Department of French and Italian The University of Wisconsin 618 Van Hise Hall 1220 Linden Drive Madison, WI 53706 (608) 262-3941 (608) 265-3892 (fax) Return to table of contents
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