Hi. No, actually I'm using an automated brew in a basket system that a friend of mine assembled. I'm thinking in chance the basket for a bag.For recipe sharing reasons - do you do brewfather?
Anything dark, strong and bitter. ; )What's your favourite brew?
I bottled the last batch in February, it's a brown IPA, accordingly Brewers Friend definition.Welcome, Alan.
So what are you brewing now and what mighty beers have you got planned for the future?
That's a very interesting recipe. I made something very similar using an Irish crystal malt, which they call "black" crystal malt. Both are the same colour, 400 ebc or 150 lovibond. I was trying to copy an English beer called Old Peculier. It wasn't a close copy, but the beer's good.I bottled the last batch in February, it's a brown IPA, accordingly Brewers Friend definition.
Og:1.055 FG 1.011 ABV 6% IBU 50 SRM 15.
5.5 kg pilsen
0.5 kg CaraAroma
1 kg cane sugar
Mash 5.4 l/kg
Hops 25g target and 12.5g warrior at 60 min
This month, I
I have a Belgian Dubbel fermenting at the moment that used candi sugarContinuing...
This month, I'll brew an experimental beer, 6 kg pilsen, for 5 L/kg and split in two fermenters. One I'll add .5 kg homemade caramel and in the other .5 kg of homemade belgian candy.
Have you ever brewed with inverted caramel or belgian candy?
No it's not a fermentableThanks Obadiah, I'll have a go at that.
Could you explain the third item in the Fermentables list? (Even if it oesn't contribbute to the total of 4.6 Kg).
Fermentables (4.6 kg)
4.21 kg - Maris Otter 6 EBC (91.5%)
230 g - Crystal Extra Dark 475 EBC (5%)
^ 19.12.20 8kgs Brew Store
160 g - Chocolate Malt 985 EBC (3.5%)