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HI From Denmark

Unread postby airborn » Thu Dec 04, 2014 7:01 am

I've just posted my order for the new 20 liter model.
Looking forward to start brewing.
As I have never brewed before I'd like some suggestions for my first beer.
Considering fairly hard water... :?

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Re: HI From Denmark

Unread postby niels » Thu Dec 04, 2014 5:54 pm

Welcome! Check out the Recipe section where you can find a few examples. What styles do you like?

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Re: HI From Denmark

Unread postby Lac » Thu Dec 04, 2014 6:52 pm

Hello airborn, nice to see another brewer from Denmark, where in the country are You from, I'm from 4230 Skælskør

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Re: HI From Denmark

Unread postby airborn » Thu Dec 04, 2014 6:54 pm

Thank you

I've told that I can't ruin an IPA :wink:
So looking for an recipe that is tailored for my 20liter :wink:
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Re: HI From Denmark

Unread postby airborn » Thu Dec 04, 2014 6:59 pm

Hi LAC
Actually reading some of your posts on the danish håndbrygforum made me take the dicision to orden the 20 liter.
We have spoken on the danish forum.
I'm from around Horsens
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Re: HI From Denmark

Unread postby dinnerstick » Fri Dec 05, 2014 8:15 am

airborn wrote:I've told that I can't ruin an IPA :wink:


ah but you can! i've seen it done many times.... never done it myself of course (ahem..) (i have. it's depressing.)
the BM is great but you need to have a good fermentation or the whole thing is pointless, if making an IPA i'd get nice fresh S05 yeast, one 11g packet for a ~20L batch of normal (~1.060 or below) IPA is good, rehydrate it in hot water per instructions you can find on the internet, and keep the temp reasonable, i like it 17-18, then that yeast just cranks along with no problems, and will give you a nice dry clean beer.
i say keep it simple until you have a hang of it, get confident with your techniques before you get weird. (then definitely get weird)
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