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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Nosybear, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. Nosybear

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    Nice, thanks for sharing.
     
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    That's awesome man! I might try that Schwartzbeir as my family would most certainly like it.
     
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    Nice job Steve. Your efforts are paying off.
    Are you doing step a mash on purpose? Or just having a hard time hitting your temps.
     
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    I'm doing it on purpose with my Germans now, it was for practice on the Agave. The steps I'm using are the German "Hochkurz" process - 125° for 10 minutes (optional), 145° for 20 minutes, 158° for 40 minutes, then a 20 minute sparge using 175° water (rest temp is 170°). The ales really don't need it but whenever I'm going for high attentuation, I use it.
     
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    Mark, are you putting anything in the Brew Hut's Oktoberfest competition? I'm brewing my entry tomorrow....
     
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    Don't know anything about it, but I do have a fine Vienna lager, a Rye Lager (Marzen with a small rye malt substitution), and it just happens I'm brewing an Oktoberfest this weekend. If its ready in time maybe I'll give you some competition.


    Edit: BTW I am currently enjoying a fine Ham Glaze Beer as I type. Sure is good. And Its all mine.

    Not sharing this bad boy with anybody.
     
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    Come on, man! All the noise about it in here, you HAVE to bring one to next Homebrew Night!
     

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