Jump to content

Koo wee brew

Coopers Club Members
  • Content Count

    193
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

Koo wee brew last won the day on July 30 2018

Koo wee brew had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

128 Outstanding

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Fast carbed a 2L soft drink bottle this arvo; 90% Voyager Atlas, 10% Flaked Rice, Tettnanger @60 &10 For 20 IBU, WLP 029 (Pitched at 16, held for 4 days then ramped up gradually to 20) OG 1044 FG 1008 Dry crisp finish. Loved It. Was great after a busy day. Will post a pic after I let it Lager for a few weeks. Will do again, next time with corn. Cheers, Dave.
  2. Toucan of Sh1t 2 OS Lager, 50g Hallertau Mittelfruh Hop tea, S-23 Yeast, 23L Brewed as a Lager, Lagered in Keg for 3 weeks. Worth a try Cheers, Dave
  3. Hi Cap, FYI https://beerandbrewing.com/make-your-best-cream-ale/ All the best, Dave
  4. Hi captain, Notto low end of Temp range. Lager in keg under serving pressure for a month. I prefer Rice as an adjunct if your going down the adjunct path Good luck. Cheers Dave.
  5. @beerdeluxe +1 I enjoy a Carlton Draught. Never had a badly brewed one, taste is always consistent. As for an Aussie draught recipe, Try the fresh draught recipe and sub POR hops in for the cascade. It will get you there. Cheers, Dave.
  6. Dark beer time. Used SteveL's EB Porter as inspiration. Good on you @SteveL EB rye Porter EB can, 1.5 Kg Gladfields Ale malt, 0.5kg Rye malt, 0.3Kg Chocolate rye, 0.25Kg Crystal rye. 21 L, Notto @ ambient laundry temperature (low 20's). OG 1052. Nice brown colour. The Notto has taken off like a rocket at this temp. Life got in the way of packaging up the two brews that I have CC in the fermentation fridge, so doing this one the old fashioned way. Hopefully no fermentation off flavours will result. Notto is quite forgiving though in my experience. Cheers, Dave
  7. Raspberry sour MJ's Sour Ale pouch, 0.5kg Wheat DME, 0.5Kg raspberrys, Notto Yeast. Tart raspberry mouth watering flavour. This kit is great. Will definitely do again. Cheers, Dave.
  8. Double brew day. APA Bootmaker kit, 500g LDME, BE3 25g Cascade @ 10 25g Cascade, 25g Nelson Sauvin @ FO 25g Cascade, 25g Nelson Sauvin @ dry US05 @ 18 23L Raspberry Sour MJ's Sour Ale pouch, 500g Wheat DME 500g Raspberrys @ day 3 of fermentation Notto @ 18 (Didn't use the kit Yeast, Bavarian Wheat, as I dislike the flavours it throws) 23L Cheers, Dave
  9. I'm embarrassed by my photography skills. Passion Pale 1.5kg Wheat DME 0.5kg LDME 50g Galaxy @ FO 2 tins of Passionfruit Pulp in FV 75g Galaxy Dry US05 21L It's Gud Cheers, Dave
  10. Cream Ale Gladdy Light Lager malt, Flaked Maize, Warrior to 18IBU, US-05. Lagered 3 weeks. Crisp dry finish. Boring as, but good after a big day on the tools. Cheers, Dave.
  11. Partial Mash recipe based on Euro Lager Kit with some late Hallertau aroma. Fermented cold with Notto, Lagered under serving pressure for 6 weeks. Cheers, Dave
  12. The IPA was good I also enjoyed the Yourkie square Ale. Cheers, Dave
  13. All the best to everyone. Cheers, Dave
  14. What's NOT in your fermenter.............. PASSIONFRUIT BEER. I checked fermentation fridge earlier today and was hit in the face with a strong solvent smell. I don't believe it was due to the addition of the Passionfruit pulp. To be honest there was a slight hint of solvent at day 4 of fermentation when I added the fruit. The hydro sample was nail polish remover Most reading that I have done suggests a high fermentation temp as the cause. Not to sure in this case TIPPER Cheers, Dave
  15. Aldi has a selection of English beers on, starting tomorrow
×
×
  • Create New...