Californian Steam

Don't need a question to start a thread here. The weather is hot, it would be nice to know when the next brew is coming.

Re: Californian Steam

Postby Hunty » 06 Mar 2008, 20:26

down to 1016 :o

could be racking to secondary on Saturday at this rate.... :wink:

beer clearing nicely, taste no complaints..yet
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Re: Californian Steam

Postby spud » 07 Mar 2008, 03:45

:P so U doing extract for iBrew 2008 then LOL..
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Re: Californian Steam

Postby Hunty » 07 Mar 2008, 06:48

LOL

This baby is actually AG mate. :mrgreen:
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Re: Californian Steam

Postby Hunty » 20 Mar 2008, 10:16

I snuck a taste of this one yesterday...

When i first kegged it I was disappointed (mentioned on Keats Antwerp Afternoon thread) due to what I can only liken to a very grainy/husky middle range taste, though it had a clean beginning and end. Have not used the northern Brewer hops before... I am wondering if these may be a contributor. I did not get this flavour in a second, similar brew I did after this one but with different hops.

the odd taste is definitely tempering and I hope it'll be gone after 3 or 4 weeks of cold conditioning... beer is as cloudy as hell though and obviously needs time.. i think alot of it. :arrow:
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