HOMEBREW Digest #5701 Wed 23 June 2010

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  Implication to lagers? (Bob Hall)
  Re: Implication to lagers? ("Spencer W. Thomas")
  SD Internation Beer Festival ("Chad Stevens")

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2010 11:42:23 -0400 From: Bob Hall <rallenhall at henry-net.com> Subject: Implication to lagers? In his post of June 9 regarding the brewing of Berliner weiss, Stephen Jorgensen states "I was told that in Germany they do not .... mash out because the DMS precursors are not formed below 70C. The mash and the wort are never taken above saccharification temps at all." If this is true, should the mash of any Continental lager undergo a mash-out? Bob Hall Napoleon, OH Return to table of contents
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2010 12:59:20 -0400 From: "Spencer W. Thomas" <hbd at spencerwthomas.com> Subject: Re: Implication to lagers? Bob Hall asks about whether the no-mash-out regime for Berliner Weiss should also extend to lagers in general. Bob, the key factor is that Berliner Weiss worts are also *not boiled*, thus the wort never gets above 70C if you don't mash out, and the DMS precursors are not formed. Also, since BW worts are traditionally not boiled, there is no chance to boil out any DMS that might be formed. Lager worts are boiled, thus formation of DMS precursors during mash out is not an issue, because if they weren't formed during mash out, they will form during the boil (and continue on to form DMS, which will be boiled out.) =Spencer in Ann Arbor Return to table of contents
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2010 11:32:42 -0700 From: "Chad Stevens" <zuvaruvi at cox.net> Subject: SD Internation Beer Festival The San Diego International Beer Festival is this coming weekend: June 25th-27th. 388 beers from 156 breweries in 22 countries. $30, unlimited samples...four 4 hour sessions over the three days. >From the materials: "Club ONLY tasting session for brewery reps and club members only!! First shot at all the beer! Must be purchased in advance by calling 858-792-4207." This gets you in at 3p - an hour early - on Friday the 25th. Beer list is at: http://zuvaruvi.com Hope to see you there! Chad Stevens http://beercommando.com Return to table of contents
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