Brewing Recipes From Graham Wheelers BYORA.


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Post by joshua » 2 years ago

Foob4r, Table sugar does add ABV to beer, But, If you have ever made K+K, the "Twang" comes from the Cane Sugar. So go easy with it.
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Post by f00b4r » 2 years ago

joshua wrote:Foob4r, Table sugar does add ABV to beer, But, If you have ever made K+K, the "Twang" comes from the Cane Sugar. So go easy with it.
I thought it was interesting to get it from the horses mouth as to why the recipes were designed that way.
I don't know what K+K (an American product?) is but good to know about the cane sugar twang.
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Post by tingtong » 2 years ago

f00b4r wrote:
joshua wrote:Foob4r, Table sugar does add ABV to beer, But, If you have ever made K+K, the "Twang" comes from the Cane Sugar. So go easy with it.
I thought it was interesting to get it from the horses mouth as to why the recipes were designed that way.
I don't know what K+K (an American product?) is but good to know about the cane sugar twang.
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It means Kit and Kilo as in a Beer Kit and Kilo of sugar
Good to see Graham is still out there.
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Post by shetc » 1 year ago

Received a copy of the 3rd edition for my birthday, Mr Yeasty. Going to make some Timothy Taylor Landlord. Anyone want to verify my recipe? (BTW, I upped the OG cuz I like alcohol.)
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