HOMEBREW Digest #372 Tue 06 March 1990

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		Rob Gardner, Digest Coordinator

  Re: Hmmm (dw)
  yeast vs. temp. (CORONELLRJDS)
  Boulder Beer (Tony Ernst)

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 5 Mar 90 08:38:57 EST (Monday) From: dw <Wegeng.Henr at Xerox.COM> Subject: Re: Hmmm >Does this qualify as a cyser? Cyser is apple cider, fortified with honey. It's not beer. /Don Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 90 09:35 MST From: CORONELLRJDS at CHE.UTAH.EDU Subject: yeast vs. temp. I have a question regarding temperature of fermentation vs. type of yeast used. I've used either a packet of yeast that comes with an extract kit, a package of Doric ale yeast, or both, in all brews I've made so far. All of my fermentations were done in the cellar which has been pretty cold this winter (maybe about 62 F) and the beers have been rather tasty. My question is this: does it matter if you use a lager yeast at these temperatures, or even warmer temperatures? Some of the recipes in Papzian's book call for lager yeast, but don't require brewing at lagering temperatures. I've been told that brewing at higher temperatures using lager yeast results in "steam beer". What is characteristically different about steam beers? Hoppily yours, Chuck Coronella Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 90 10:20:23 CST From: tee at vielle.cray.com (Tony Ernst) Subject: Boulder Beer I've heard recently from two different sources that the Boulder Brewing Company is having some serious problems. Is this true? If so, what's the story?? It doesn't really affect me since Boulder isn't sold in Minnesota -- I'm just curious. Cheers, Tony Ernst -- tee at cray.com Return to table of contents
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