HOMEBREW Digest #6074 Mon 27 January 2014

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  "Dry" hopping ("Dunn, Scott C FLNR:EX")

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Sun, 26 Jan 2014 14:08:22 -0600 From: Michael <blairdad at everestkc.net> Subject: Homebrew Recipe Software Hoping my fellow brewers can help me out with a recommendation or two. After almost 20 years of keeping my recipes and notes in a paper file, I've decided to take the time and get organized with a recipe database. I know there are several good homebrew software applications available, but I'd like advice/recommendations on the one that best focuses on the simple task of storing and cataloguing recipes. I want to input beer styles, beer titles, ingredients, brewing instructions, brewing dates, ratings, and notes. The goal is to be able to easily sort and find recipes, modify recipes, etc. I know I could do this by creating my own database in MS Access or other database software, but I figure some of the extra's that come with the homebrew software I've seen may be advantageous. Plus, why recreate the wheel if a good recipe database already out there? Thanks. Michael Blair blairdad at everestkc.net Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2014 08:34:27 -0800 From: "Dunn, Scott C FLNR:EX" <Scott.Dunn at gov.bc.ca> Subject: "Dry" hopping Hello Fellow brewers: I have recently been having a difficult time getting great hop flavour and aroma in my brews. I have been adding hefty dosages of aroma hops at knock out and then again in the secondary fermenter. Most recently I noticed that my brew started to ferment again after I added the hops to the secondary. I thought nothing of it at first, then a week later I pulled the bubbler and sure enough there it was, that freaking wild yeast fermenting smell. I have not tasted it yet, but I already know this carbouy is a goner and will be dumped. Here are a few questions for the group: Have others gotten a wild yeast from dry hopping? Is there a way to prevent that from happening? How do you get great hop aroma and flavour. My particular interest is with East Kent Golding hops. Thanks for all the help Scott C. Dunn RPF Return to table of contents
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