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Peter Smith's Discussions

CO2 Regs For sale

Started Nov 3, 2017 0 Replies

I got some co2 regs with some tap gear a while back I am looking to sell.  Will take photos and test on a keg. PM me if interested .Continue

Wooden Barrels

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Smith Jan 18, 2017. 3 Replies

Who has aged beer in wooden barrels, oak or otherwise?How do you first clean them out and what about cleaning interbrew?I have come across a few small 20L oak barrels that where made many years ago…Continue

Cold Sparge

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Smith Jan 17, 2017. 6 Replies

Pretty radical idea..... anyone here tried cold spargingContinue

Best Grind Setting for Grains

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chig Jan 27, 2017. 2 Replies

What are your thoughts? post a photo of your crush....Best Grind Setting for GrainsSaturday, March 28th, 2009It pays to listen to your grist, it can tell you a lot about your brew day before you ever…Continue

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Peter Smith replied to CodKing's discussion This might be blasphemy but beer with me...
"isnt that to much crystal malt... they are sweat tho"
Jan 31
Peter Smith replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"Julian,  I made this beer and its now in keg. I dry hopped with 50g US Cascade, its a good base beer, going to rebrew and use Mosaic / Citra / Rakau late as you have above,   keen to try a pint of your brew.    I am also…"
Jan 23
Peter Smith replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"Yeah the target freshness is missing in my recipe but otherwise its bloody close.... If only I could get some fresh uk hops..."
Jan 22
Peter Smith replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"Can you post your Bishops Finger clone recipe?"
Jan 21
Peter Smith replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"I brewed a Shepherd Neame Spitfire Clone its not fully carbonated but is a real close clone    If anything it needs more 90 min Target this was the recipe 4Kg Maris Otter 400g Crystal 100L 400g Torrified wheat 250g Amber…"
Jan 21
Peter Smith replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"M76 BAVARIAN LAGER is good if you have temp control Tasted two good beers now with this, one was a competition winner."
Jan 21
Peter Smith replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"1272 American Ale II is real clean in any beer if a big pitch at lower end of the temp range 16.5-17C"
Jan 20
Peter Smith replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"what yeast did you use? surprising but  many NZ Pils brewed with ale yeast commercially for quicker turnaround"
Jan 18
Peter Smith replied to Tom's discussion Pukekohe/Franklin Home Brew Club
"There is a pretty active Manakau club... clubs"
Jan 11
Peter Smith replied to Hutzpah's discussion Beer temperature
"34/70 tastes like apple and orange fresh up after a hot ferment  don't be scared of under 10C ferments.... but you need a lot of yeast or your lag times are days"
Jan 11
Peter Smith replied to Hutzpah's discussion Beer temperature
"I tend to use us-05 start 18.5 and move up 0.5 per day from day 2 till 21C    Notty start about 17 and be at 18 by day 5 so a much slower and lower ferment then us05   M44 start anywhere  wait 48 hours for signs of…"
Jan 10
Peter Smith replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"thinking about a lunatic soup attempt , NZ Syrian...   massive dry hop like 400g for the 20L batch....."
Jan 9
Peter Smith and Brendon are now friends
Jan 8
Peter Smith replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"So  a bit of a poll......      constant online home brew... if you only had 1 keg online what type of beer would it be?   if 2 kegs what beers? mine would be a uk best bitter and an american pale ale, i like lower %…"
Jan 7
Peter Smith replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"looks like this is repackaged us 05 still cheap for 15 grams"
Jan 6
Peter Smith replied to nzbrewer's discussion What are you brewing?
"i have just tried morgans american ale... well will be pitching in next few hours just chilling things"
Jan 6

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IPA's, hoppy bitter beers
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Pretty new to this, but learning

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Bubbling over - the growing craft beer market

Posted on September 5, 2014 at 10:07am 0 Comments

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=11318985

The craft beer trend is growing fast. Is it all froth and fashion, or a real moneymaker? Christopher Adams reports.

Garage Project brewer Pete Gillespie (left) and co-founder Jos Ruffell create a beer foam with liquid nitrogen during Wellington's Beervana festival. Photo / Mark Mitchell Garage Project brewer Pete Gillespie (left) and co-founder Jos Ruffell create a beer foam with liquid…
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Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 3:35pm on November 2, 2012, Druid said…

Yep - Druid is the Andrew who sailed back from Noumea with you!

On RealBeer, you have to 'friend' each other before you can exchange PM's - so there should be a friend invite with a message.

We should catch up - I could totally sort you on getting started...

At 9:04am on November 22, 2013, mattd2 said…
Hi Peter,
Saw you freind request the other day, was there something about TIG you want to talk about?

Cheers,
Matt
At 10:22am on June 23, 2016, nofizznofoam said…

pgg wrightsons from memory, a lifetime supply of 40kg, delivered to the door for $15 from memory.

I can send you some! pm your address

 

At 10:54am on August 31, 2016, Stevo said…
Hi , hey what's the final volume into fermenter for the Timothy Taylor's ? 19 or 23 ltrs ?
At 11:37am on August 31, 2016, Peter Smith said…

hi thats 20L into fermenter , based on a 3.8L trub waste at bottom of pot after boil and a 70% eff.  I like to leave

the trub in the pot if possible.     may end up with more or less but adjusted to the og and ibu on Beersmith.

my numbers are Gladfield malts then belgium / german malts.

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