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Conan yeast

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cain Harland Mar 17. 70 Replies

Can we get Conan yeast in NZ. If so whats it calling its self.Continue

IPA on lager yeast cake

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Smith Sep 18, 2016. 8 Replies

I have Schwarzbier brewing (fast lager method) and it seems a shame to waste the yeast cake. Usually I brew IPAs and don't re pitch because between the kettle trub that makes it into the fermenter…Continue

Mangrove Jack's M36 Liberty Bell Ale Yeast

Started this discussion. Last reply by Crusader-Rob Aug 30, 2016. 3 Replies

Any one used the stuff or can tell me what its equivalent in other brands is?Continue

Step Mash Idea

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cain Harland Aug 27, 2016. 7 Replies

I like my IPAs sweet, full bodied and juicy. Not cloying sweet but at the sweeter end of IPAs. I think not the kind of sweetness form excessive use of cara or crystal but the kind I would associate…Continue

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Cain Harland replied to Crusader-Rob's discussion Making your Beer Red.....
"Garage project did a pink beer with Hibiscus a while back it wasn't bad. My partner makes hibiscus drinks sometimes with dried flowers that I think she gets from an organic food shop. I think it would be a good choice for adding some natural…"
Apr 19
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Apr 19
Cain Harland replied to Craig Farrand's discussion Good beer pouring badly
"Or as Nathan pointed out when he saw the pics of my original beer lines, narrower inner diameter has the same effect as more length, that is reducing the pressure at the tap. I have about 3m of line now, it would have taken about 10m of the original…"
Mar 31
Cain Harland replied to Che Soffe's discussion Oxygenating big beers
"I airate rather than oxygenate. I'm sure a proper oxygen stone and tank is much better but mine cost almost nothing and does the job. I connected a male quick disconnected to the pipe from an old bottling wand with a short bit of tubing and a…"
Mar 30
Cain Harland replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"Second Pliney the elder in a row First one was the kind of standard recipe that's been floating around the net with a but load of hop extract Todays was based on this very different recipe…"
Mar 26
Cain Harland replied to Mark's discussion Hop Extract
"I just used 25 ml of the stuff in a 20L Pliney the elder clone. Still in fermenter, may be a disaster for other reasons. Seems like a good idea for a huge bittering addition, like the 140g (if you used pellets) between 90 min and 45 min in Pliney.…"
Mar 21
Cain Harland replied to Cain Harland's discussion Conan yeast
"Will keel and eye out for it"
Mar 17
Crusader-Rob replied to Cain Harland's discussion Conan yeast
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Mar 17
Crusader-Rob replied to Cain Harland's discussion Conan yeast
"East coast IPA I think Might be keg only though."
Mar 16
Cain Harland replied to Cain Harland's discussion Conan yeast
"My struggle with attenuation is usually the opposite. I'm just about always over. I might try my 051 at 16-17c next time and see how it compares to the slightly warmer fermentation I've been doing, its supposed to be very similar to 1272."
Mar 16
Peter Smith replied to Cain Harland's discussion Conan yeast
"My house Ale yeasts (cant seem to choose one...)    Ales: 090 clean as but touch of nutty smoothness /  needs to be warmer then other 2 1272 clean as / better at low end of temp range 007 dry as .... / MUST have good temp control,…"
Mar 16
Cain Harland replied to Cain Harland's discussion Conan yeast
"Do you know what the Eagle beer is called? their website is down. Agreed about 090 in a NEIPA. I really meant as a general house yeast. If I do have another crack at NEIPA that Yeast bay Vermont ale yeast is probably the go."
Mar 16
Crusader-Rob replied to Cain Harland's discussion Conan yeast
"Eagle are doing one now. 1272 is a great yeast, i'd give that a crack first, as 090 is a little "too clean" for this style IMO. I'd suggest with 1318 starting a little cooler at 19 and after a few days ramping up, it reduces…"
Mar 16
Cain Harland replied to Cain Harland's discussion Conan yeast
"I did wonder about that, its hotter than I usually ferment but looking at wyeasts site they recommend 64f - 74f or 17.8c - 23.3c so which would put the mid point at 20.5c so 21c is close enough to that to be considered middle of the range. Its a…"
Mar 16
Crusader-Rob replied to Cain Harland's discussion Conan yeast
"weird. I wonder if your increase in temp too early ramped up the esters? I really enjoyed the 1318 yeast when i used it. maybe give S-04 a try if u do another NEIPA or go with something more neutral like WLP007? supposedly 1272 works well too."
Mar 13
Chig replied to Cain Harland's discussion Conan yeast
"Wow, sorry to hear it didn't turn out as hoped. Thanks for the feedback - it's good food for thought."
Feb 24

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