Nice beer James!
The base porter is really nice, and the rootbeer concept is pretty well done. Very unique and enjoyable! I picked up a lot of vanilla, but could have also been from the chocolate vanilla oatmeal stout I had before…either way, it’s deffinatley not a bad thing!
I’d drink more, and I’ve also saved your bottle for you (I assume y…[Read more]
Nice beer James!
Looking forward to this – sounds really interesting!
nice clarity, thin head that hung around until the beer was finished. Although a nice colour, a little too sweet (crystal i assume?) for my personal liking in any type of APA/IPA, but was still well balanced.
i sipped this beer for over an hour, and the PB flavour became more and more pronounced as it went on. The PB was on the nose right from the beginning.
My only thing with this beer, was i got a bit of a “twang” after each sip (clearly a bjcp descriptor). Not sure if it might be related to pH or the PB powder itself? hard to tell as i’ve ne…[Read more]
Very crisp, clean beer. Nice clarity with a reddish hue, and great retention.
I also get some peaches, and interested in seeing the recipe.
(Clearly I’m not the bjcp you’re looking for either, but very nice beer!)
Great beer Brian!
Excellent aroma, carbonation, taste and label! 🙂
I also let mine warm up a bit as I tend to do with most beers, and the coffee flavour mixed very well with the base beer. Deffinatley a beer I’d put on my “to brew” list!
oops – forgot that! edited OP to include it.
Hows About A Helles?
10gal batch size
ABV – 4.7%
SRM – 4
IBU – 20
2.5oz Hallertauer – 90mins
Fermented with 34/70 yeast
Not gonna lie – looking forward to the month of December!
How does the label competition work? will there be a separate thread where everyone can cast their votes for easy tallying?
That makes sense Bryan – i never thought about it like that before!
Hey Rob W,
if Rob D isnt interested, i’d be interested in some more details about your chugger!
Welcome to the guild Diego!
I’ve heard from others about things like Brett infections following them around for months in their brewhouse, and to be honest it turned me off of using the same equipment!
So you figure the whole “separate set of plastic/rubber for all things that touch sour beer” is just fear driven? i’d really not rather have to have everything separate if…[Read more]
Hey Brian – i’m not too sure, to be honest! it’s kind of a recent move, after deciding to up my sour game. i still want to bottle my aged sours, but didn’t want to mess with bottle conditioning. Since i have a full keezer setup, it made sense to just invest a little $ into some gaskets/disconnects/tubing/etc and bottle from a keg!
I look fo…[Read more]
Thanks Devin! once i get a keg dedicated to packaging my sours, i just might have to do that!
Thanks for the reassurance Brian!
Hey guys – hopefully someone can guide me in the right direction here!
I’ve got a couple long aged sours on the go here, but having a bit of a problem with 1 of them (I think?)
An old English ale I brewed last October, primarily fermented with S04 (OG 1.078, FG 1.020) then innovated with some dregs from various Forked River sours (escarpment…[Read more]
Welcome Jeff, look forward to chatting!
the meetings typically start at 730pm.
Thanks for the shout out James!
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