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    Thanks STL. That sounds really tasty. In the...

    Thanks STL.
    That sounds really tasty. In the meantime I went for it, but I did pitch some Brett in it after all. The saison was brewed with lots of wheat, so I'm confident the Brett has something to...
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    Barrel aged Saison

    Hi,

    I have a few very tasty barrel aged Brett beers and I just started with a few (fruit) saisons. Now that I have a few empty barrels I was thinking of aging a saison in these barrels (230 liter,...
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    Thanks for your comment Dick, One dimensional....

    Thanks for your comment Dick,

    One dimensional. So adding it to an already dry-hopped beer to give it an extra 'nose' seems the way to go with this, I think.
    They also sell mixtures, describing it...
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    May I ask why you wouldn't use them on their own?...

    May I ask why you wouldn't use them on their own? Is it lacking or does it have too much of something?
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    Thanks Austin, Do you have experience with...

    Thanks Austin,

    Do you have experience with these products yourself?
    Simply hops in the UK also sell distilled hop oil, it is probably similar to that of Glacier.

    I'm looking for some feedback...
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    Hop oil (non isomerized CO2 extract)

    Hi, does someone has experience with hop oil / non isomerized hop extract, in the form of 'dry-hopping' and wants to share that information?

    I was thinking of giving a dry-hopped beer an extra...
  7. Thanks Nick, Your words make sense, I was...

    Thanks Nick,

    Your words make sense, I was thinking the same and I think I will go for it.
    (Although, just to be sure I won't use the same bottling equipment).
  8. 3 new oak-barrels in my brewery, what are the changes to contaminate the brewery.

    My best homebrew is one that has been sitting in a oak barrel for at least 3 months (not fermented in it). I know after a while I had 'things' growing in my barrel, by the looks of it it was a...
  9. Thanks David, a word from experience is always...

    Thanks David, a word from experience is always welcome.
    I do have a light beer in the the primary almost done fermenting (something totally different thought; a Belgian blond), I could mix the two...
  10. If it is not good I won't serve it of course, I...

    If it is not good I won't serve it of course, I will first have to do a taste test. And no, it won't be a porter, that is why I wrote 'porter-like'.
    But sometimes you have to be creative in trying...
  11. Thanks Andrew, I was absolutely thinking of...

    Thanks Andrew, I was absolutely thinking of running it through the heat-exchange, I bottle condition and transfer from secondary to a bottling tank.
    I thought of first filling the bottling tank...
  12. diluting strong stout to porter-like for festival

    Hi,

    I'm brewing beer for an upcoming 3-day music festival.
    To be able to serve a few different beers I was thinking of boiling a few liters of water with additional hop and dilute part a strong...
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    Ah, good point. Didn't think about that.

    Ah, good point. Didn't think about that.
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    Thanks. From the secondary I transfer to my...

    Thanks.
    From the secondary I transfer to my mixing tank (I bottle condition), if I would use pellets I can imaging I would also have to filter (?)
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    I thought so, and I wasn't thinking of not...

    I thought so, and I wasn't thinking of not cleaning myself.
    Stupid question maybe, but 200 ppm of Starsan, is that not the same as 200 gr/liter?
    And isn't that way more than the recommended 1 ounce...
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    Risks of dry-hopping

    When it comes to dry-hopping as a home brewer I just toss the hop cones in to the secondary fermenter, but now as a fresh professional brewer I have to think a little bit more about what I am doing....
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    sanitizing new botlles

    Hi, I'm just started brewing professional and I found out not every brewer find it necessary to sanitize new bottles, assuming they come clean from the factory.
    What are your thoughts about...
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