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Re: Lupulin Powder

The CRYO HOPS LupuLN2 samples given at HomeBrew CON last week are pellets not power. (not sure if powder is for commercial use or pressed into pellets) EKUANOT alpha: 22.8%, beta: 7.7% and SIMCOE alpha: 23.8%, beta:7.9%. CASCADE, CITRA, and MOSAIC will also be offered in this form. They are recommen...

Re: Raison D'Saison

In Section C: The Fermentable Bill, add to I'd Like to Try O.G. 1.056.
The Fermentable Bill quantities should adjust and in Section O: At Pitching
Expected Original Gravity: should change from 1.070 to 1.056.
I filled out the same recipe for my next brew and this seems to work.
Cheers!

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Re: Can someone clear up a yeast issue in Beersmith2 please?

The yeast package or manufacture date needs to be from the yeast package you will pitch from. Not from 2011. Ideally your yeast will be 1 or 2 months old. The yeast calculator at 
http://www.brewunited.com is easy to use and will give you an idea of how much yeast you will need. 

Re: Adjusting Water Profile

MS do you monitor pH at all or you know that it doesn't change?
My pH has been constant since I started monitoring 5 or 6 brews ago using test strips. Maybe test strips will be all I need using Bru'n Water.

SHETC I would like your opinion of the new meter.

Thanks 

Adjusting Water Profile

 Planning to use Bru'n Water to calculate my water profiles instead of  5.2 pH stabilizer. I will be using a carbon filter and will have Ward Labs analyze a filtered sample to input on Bru'n Water. 
Is this a reasonable method to treat my water?  
Which pH meters are popular?

Oldgit,
This stabilizer lowers my water pH from around 7 to 5 according to the pH-indicator strips. My results for beginner BCS recipes have been good. I think more advanced recipes will require greater attention to water chemistry.

Primavera,
Brewing Classic Styles, Light Hybrid Beer recipe "Kent's Hollow Leg" may interest you.
I brewed it twice using the AG & Rye Options. I have brewed 8 times using the BIABACUS to adapt BCS recipes and enjoyed every pint.
Rye beer is a favorite.
CHEERS!

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