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Re: Birthday Cheers

"IT Extraordinaire" :lol: Wish I was, then might be able to work out how to stop Google and Microsoft constantly blocking our topic reply notifications :) Busy few weeks coming up earning money so we can continue giving it to Microsoft, Google, phpBB etc - lol! Or, hold on, maybe, we stop the cycle ...

Re: Hopstand

(Hi, Pat! :peace: ) Hi to you Dave! Nice to see you back :salute: Sorry Dave, I thought I had actually already written here already. Must have pressed a wrong button or something :smoke: [NOTE: For those of you who don't know, Dave helped out behind the scenes on BIABacus stuff in the past. I alway...

Re: My First Post! - Post here to become Fully Registered

Hi Stacy and Chris. Welcome to the forum :salute: Stacy : You'll find BIAB very little extra work and be able to do so much more. There is a lot of info here but it can be hard to find atm so ask any questions if you get stuck. Chris : Don't hesitate to ask your question on the board as it may get l...

Re: Whirlpooling Tool --- New England IPA Hop Additions

Lol on what you've talked yousself into :). I'm not sure that Hallertau is going to be a great one to test, an American hop-driven beer would be easier. Also, a lot of talk goes on in this area but nowhere near enough experimentation on a single recipe let alone across various styles. And, remember ...

Re: Help cloning James Squire Sundown Australian Lager

Good question AR ;) I still haven't tasted the beer but from what you are saying, I think you could definitely use Safale-K97 which is a dried yeast that I use for Kolsch's. Kolsch's can be fruity or dry. I like dry and I think you will want that too with this beer so you need to ferment low... Pitc...

Re: eBrewery : fully automated BIAB system Android controled

That's the first time I've seen a stainless steel braided hose used for recirculation. What material is the hose made out of? MS Sorry for the consecutive posts JP but MS could have a valid concern there. If the hose you are using is the type I'm thinking (flexible gas or water hose found in hardwa...

Re: eBrewery : fully automated BIAB system Android controled

Great first post on the board JP :salute: I even watched the video, something I never do! Nice job! Is that an app you made yourself? I don't know much about apps but it looked very clean and neat :clap: I'm not sure that BeerXML recipes will live up to such an app as there are several major flaws i...

Re: Whirlpooling Tool --- New England IPA Hop Additions

Great to see MS is getting you some good info :salute: ... I am still very interested in what additions the whirlpool / hop stand will do in adding hop flavor....Really would be great to know what these do to bitterness...and in a perfect world would be great if the BIABacus tool could accommodate t...

Re: Ossetts Yorkshire Blonde

Hi Sam and welcome to the forum :peace:, Cloning commercial craft beers is a difficult process for a number of reasons: 1. They often change from batch to batch, sometimes significantly. 2. Even on the same batch, transportation can have significant effects. So, what is a great beer in my location m...

Re: Feedback on No-Chill

To get "free" cubes, buy a Fresh Wort Kit if your LHBS supplies them. Ferment the FWK and then keep the cube. Avoiding Fails I've done lots of no-chills in the cube or what should be better termed, "made my own FWK's," and one problem I noticed (at great expense) is that the seals can fail on multip...

Re: Tinseth vs. IBU

Saw your tooth enamel post a few days ago PV :lol: Here's a few notes that might be of help :think: ... Bitterness versus Flavour/Aroma This whole area is a great example of where software can mislead us. In a post above I explained the problems with estimating bitterness but what about flavour and ...

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