HOMEBREW Digest #5411 Mon 08 September 2008

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  Gelatin for clarification - effect on yeast? ("Doug Moyer")
  Re: A Light Fizzing ("Liam Wall")
  FOAM Cup 2008 ("Gene Collins")

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2008 16:15:05 -0400 From: "Doug Moyer" <shyzaboy at yahoo.com> Subject: Gelatin for clarification - effect on yeast? For those of you with pointy heads or insane amounts of brewing-related knowledge, perhaps you can help... When you add gelatin to clarify beer, does it also cause the yeast to drop out? Or will it leave the yeast alone to flocculate at its normal rate? Brew on! Doug Moyer Troutville, VA Star City Brewers Guild: http://www.starcitybrewers.org Beers wot I drunk: http://www.flickr.com/photos/shyzaboy/sets/72157603460612903/ Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2008 10:24:12 +0100 From: "Liam Wall" <liam.wall at gmail.com> Subject: Re: A Light Fizzing Hello, By way of introduction, my name is Liam, I'm a long time lurker, and fairly infrequent UK based brewer.. (But hoping to pick up the pace a little soon!) Anyway, I've never brewed with the Dupont yeast, but my wife has just bought me a copy of "Farmhouse Ales" by Phil Markowski and it has a long section on the Dupont yeast. Apparently it may go exceptionally slowly, but the wait is worthwhile. Also, they apparently ferment at around 30 deg C at the Dupont brewery, although Markowski says that 25 should be sufficient... Best wishes, Liam Return to table of contents
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2008 11:36:21 -0500 From: "Gene Collins" <gene at bctruckelectric.com> Subject: FOAM Cup 2008 FOAM Cup 2008 Homebrew Competition The Fellowship of Oklahoma Ale Makers Invites You to Enter! Rules, Forms, and all Information at the FOAM web site www.alemakers.com Accepting all BJCP Categories of Beer and Mead Entries Accepted September 8-20, 2008 by our sponsor: High Gravity Homebrew and Winemaking Supplies 7164 S. Memorial in Tulsa - (918) 461-2605 Join us for the Awards Banquet at the Oklahoma Aquarium September 27th from 6:30-9:30 pm Cost $30.00 (Out of area attendees pay only $10.00) Tickets can be purchased online FOAM Cup Judging - September 26 and 27 at Hope Unitarian Church 8432 S. Sheridan Road in Tulsa More Certified Judges than Ever Before! Sanctioned by the American Homebrewers Association and Beer Judge Certification Program Medals for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place in Every Category Prizes awarded with every medal. Prizes for BOS Beer and Mead, Best Extract and All-grain Beer, Best New Brewer Registration now open. Register Online at www.alemakers.com Questions? Want to Judge or Steward at the Competition? Please contact Desiree Knott at desiree at highgravitybrew.com Return to table of contents
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