HOMEBREW Digest #5248 Sun 04 November 2007


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  Temperature Control ("Ritchy - Sky Systems")
  6th annual Walk The Line On Barleywine 2007 ("Nelson at DBG")
  sour bottled beer ("Alexandre Carminati")

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 06:51:10 -0500 From: "Ritchy - Sky Systems" <rhenson at skysystems.com> Subject: Temperature Control Hi, I just bought a dual stage temperature control and will, for the first time, begin controlling that aspect of the process. I know for the cooling side I just plug in the chest freezer, but what do you recommend for the heating side? I was thinking of one of those reptile heating pads, but thought I'd ask the group. Thanks for any help and for all of the input over the years! Ritchy Return to table of contents
Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 22:59:45 -0400 From: "Nelson at DBG" <Nelson at DunedinBrewersGuild.com> Subject: 6th annual Walk The Line On Barleywine 2007 Dunedin Brewers Guild of Florida is proud to announce the 6th annual Walk The Line On Barleywine 2007! This is a BJCP sanctioned homebrew competition in Dunedin/Palm Harbor, Florida on December 1-2, 2007. Judging strong beers and the emerging "Imperial" styles Medals awarded in five groups, plus Best of Show * Group 1: Imperial Lager (e.g., Doppelbock, Imperial Pilsner) * Group 2: Imperial Pale, Brown and IPA * Group 3: Imperial Porter and Stout * Group 4: Old Ale and Barleywine * Group 5: Big Belgians Registration deadline November 24, 2007 Entry fee is only $5 per entry Send your entries now! Register online (and get information updates) at www.DunedinBrewersGuild.com Any questions - contact Nelson Crowle 727-534-6944 Nelson at DunedinBrewersGuild.com Call for Judges - if you want to help judge this competition, please email Nelson at DunedinBrewersGuild.com and check the web page for schedule and lodging updates. Nelson Crowle Nelson at BuildABeer.org Nelson at DunedinBrewersGuild.com Return to table of contents
Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2007 20:34:16 -0300 From: "Alexandre Carminati" <afcarminati at gmail.com> Subject: sour bottled beer Hi folks, I am writing from Brazil, so please forgive my language mistakes. My problem is related to 2 beer styles which become sour after 3 weeks of ageing. Those beers (a Red Ale and a Porter) have in common just: water, the yeast (US-05) and CaraAroma malt. The original recipe for both claimed for Windsor yeast, but after a few bad results I have changed to US-05 (and the results did not get any better) Both are fantastic before bottling, but just a few weeks later they are undrinkable. I really dont understand it, because I make Pale Ale and Wheat beer successfully using the same sanitary cares and primming methods. Is there anyone to suggest me something to solve it? Cheers Alex Return to table of contents
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