Boston-based research scientist. Home brewer since 2007.
|8/10/2019||Asymptotic Ale IV||Unknown Style||6.8 %||5 Gallon(s)|
|7/13/2019||5X Fast aka Sashas Summer Session||Unknown Style||5.2 %||5 Gallon(s)|
|6/15/2019||Hiatus Interruptus - A PTF Tribute||Unknown Style||6.4 %||5 Gallon(s)|
|3/30/2019||DDIIPA Transplant I||Unknown Style||8.6 %||5 Gallon(s)|
|2/17/2019||Free Count Dankula||Czech Premium Pale Lager||6.2 %||5 Gallon(s)|
|1/20/2019||Ochi Chyorniye the Great Molasses Flood Centenary Edition||Baltic Porter||8.4 %||5 Gallon(s)|
brew day was a 95 day. AC on full blast directed at kettle delayed boil by an hour or so. accidentally started with hop schedule from hiatus interruptus, so I just kept that 0.5 oz amarillo at 60 and added another 1 oz of simcoe
Forgot to add the corn sugar to the boil, so I boiled 20 oz of water and mixed in corn sugar. With yeast and all its 6 gallons. Lots of hop trub is a bummer and my yeast starter looked very clumpy, so hopefully yeast health is okay.
added 3 grams of CaSO4 in 8.82 total gallons of Boston Tap Water to up SO4 for SO4/Cl ratio of ~1.5. Calcium ends up bringing residual alkalinity to 37, may be too high for pils, but whatevsMash went backwards - overshot and hit 154, left to cool to 146 over 1 hr. OG spot on, as was final volume - keep same equipment profile and do 1.25 mash thickness. still 72-60 F in carboy next day, fermentation took right off nigh before.