Jump to content
Coopers Community

jamiek86

Coopers Club Members
  • Posts

    1,799
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    12

jamiek86 last won the day on August 28

jamiek86 had the most liked content!

Recent Profile Visitors

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

jamiek86's Achievements

1.6k

Reputation

  1. 18 to 20 degrees 20 will make it fire up and ferment faster than 18 some would say 18 makes a cleaner tasting beer. I'd be lying if said noticed a different but staying under 20 with that yeast is definitely a good idea.
  2. I reckon real ale Is closer to the bitterness as well mate I'd go for that might just lack the premium malt otherwise close.
  3. thats a bit harsh guys knocking someone wanting to try something new. @Classic Brewing Co not having a crack mate but to say it's dumb idea maby u just meant it's not your thing?
  4. got some peroni too let my own lagers age could probably drink some of it but keeping in front of stocks in case I am able to host an oktoberfest
  5. @Shamus O'Sean @Graubart very nice looking all grain brews there guys licking my lips
  6. @MUZZY are you saying you can taste hop flavour in the tc range or just like the balance of bitterness to malt ratio?
  7. just a 4 1/2 day cold crash I.dont add finings or gelatin or anything to any beer because use kits. it's a recepie I saw someone else use off coopers page was a coincidence I had the Canadian blonde tin for a hoppy ale then decided on this.
  8. hello and welcome what country are you in? without trying to be rude you have asked quite simple questions that could be answered a dozen ways. my advise would be have a look at coopers online store or product info links in tab at top.right of site. it includes bitterness and colour info of each tin etc. then a recepie section with over 15 pages full. watch the beginner video on mixing brew and taking readings why your waiting for replies.
  9. easy drinker lager Canadian blonde and malt tin with 86 days pils slurry 4.7% no hop flavour
  10. @Mickep no need be sorry I was just confused by it the recepie sounds nice coming into summer although happy with my Euro lagers I'm looking for good Aussie one. I recently done the true blue Aussie lager that uses Canadian blonde tin actually really nice 5 weeks in keg. No hops so 10 grams of POR being a strong hop would go nice next time. I've been having trouble getting my posts to work so thanks for the recepie and I'll post my own results in time just need to put order in for POR.
  11. next brew you do use a kilo of light dry malt or tin of liquid malt the kg of dextrose will make beer taste like cider and be thin and watery. But if your not fussy it may just be right for you but don't expect a head on the beer beyond 10 seconds
  12. I heard it was a nice thick krausen like us 05 and ripped through the ferment fast. The one time I used it the krausen was about same as us 05 but fermented a bit slower. I have another pack I will try in another brew to see if that's what happens as not all brews the same.
  13. didn't see second page now I get you also.calls it all malt lager but using dextrose guess he had a modification. Although it's Aussie lager also still looks interesting haven't used POR for over 10 years need to give it another go.
  14. is that a proper quote from someone or just fria tuck off robin hood Prince of theives?
  15. 2 weeks in keg GCL with hallertau small boil and steep just a taste so can age more struggle to upload photo the site has gone down hill. @Coopers DIY Beer Team maby the site needs a good clean out of old material? nothing but problems a few weeks before the update and worse since. @iBooz2 ill have another look I thought even for 44 litres the 2 tins 2kg of ldm and dextrose didn't add up
×
×
  • Create New...