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Old 20-11-2017, 08:25 AM   #1
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5kg Lager malt
1kg Flaked rice
20g Perle 30mins
30g Mosaic 5 mind
30g Amarillo 0 mins
Dry hop 50g Amarillo
Yeast 2 x MJ Bohemian Pilsner
Rehydrated 1 packet and sprinkled the other

Came out with 15l at 1066 so topped up to make it 1047
Will let you know how it turns out if anyone’s interested 👍
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Old 20-11-2017, 08:27 AM   #2
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Oh and this is from Wilkos, going to turn it into a hop spider.
Think it’s £2.99
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For anyone thinking about buying this, I have taken one for the team and tested it in boiling hot wort
It wouldn’t work for three hours,even after being dried out on a heater(the reading were volcanic temps !)
It then got ten minutes in the freezer and now working super.
If anyone needs anything else thrown into a boiler let me know
The biscuits didn’t go in
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I prefer to use my lasers in the aroma steep
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I dunk sparked for the first time,seemed to make efficiency better I think
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I dunk sparked for the first time,seemed to make efficiency better I think
Hi!
Is this a new technique that I haven't heard about? Anything to do with the all-electric brewery?
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Looks like a good recipe. Thanks for the tip with the freezer.
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Looks like a good recipe. Thanks for the tip with the freezer.
Cheers
It’s still fermenting at 12 degrees,may raise it to 15 and dry hop tomorrow 👍
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I only did a 30min boil
I’m impatient.
Hope this doesn’t affect the beer?
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I only did a 30min boil
I’m impatient.
Hope this doesn’t affect the beer?
I don't think so. MyCul only does 30m. I taste my wort sometimes during the boil to test bitterness and have never noticed DMS as far as i know. I would imagine its very noticeable. Do you ever test your wort?
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