The EPIC Homebrewed German Beer Picture Thread!

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Re: The EPIC Homebrewed German Beer Picture Thread!

Postby TheHairyHop » Mon Mar 13, 2017 3:27 am

Ancient Abbey wrote:Maybe a doppelbock too

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Re: The EPIC Homebrewed German Beer Picture Thread!

Postby lupulus » Wed Mar 15, 2017 8:31 pm

Hi all.
I know this is not the right thread BUT the questions started here so I am posting the follow up here as well.
When I visited BKL back in February, some of you passed me a few questions for the Weihenstephan students. I asked which one was the most experienced brewer, chat for a few minutes and got his email with the plan of sending all these questions, which I did.
I have not gotten a response yet, so I sent another message a few minutes ago.
Just wanted to say I have not forgotten, just got no response (yet).
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Re: The EPIC Homebrewed German Beer Picture Thread!

Postby Bryan R » Fri Mar 17, 2017 1:32 pm

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My Bitburger after getting the recipe for Bitburger directly from the brewmaster Dr. Stefan.


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Re: The EPIC Homebrewed German Beer Picture Thread!

Postby caedus » Fri Mar 17, 2017 2:32 pm

Any details on the bitburger recipe (lob blog post?)?

Bitburger was free on my cruise on the Rhine, so I happily partook in a glass or two with every meal. I have a very soft spot in my heart for that beer.
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Re: The EPIC Homebrewed German Beer Picture Thread!

Postby Brandon » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:13 am

Bryan R wrote:Image

My Bitburger after getting the recipe for Bitburger directly from the brewmaster Dr. Stefan.


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That looks flawlessly delicious, Bryan!
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Re: The EPIC Homebrewed German Beer Picture Thread!

Postby Weizenberg » Mon Mar 20, 2017 9:18 am

Bryan R wrote:Image

My Bitburger after getting the recipe for Bitburger directly from the brewmaster Dr. Stefan.


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What happened to Rudolf Wahl? Is he not working there any more?
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Re: The EPIC Homebrewed German Beer Picture Thread!

Postby Ancient Abbey » Mon Mar 20, 2017 4:20 pm

Bryan R wrote:Image

My Bitburger after getting the recipe for Bitburger directly from the brewmaster Dr. Stefan.


Thanks for posting the point of contact.
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Re: The EPIC Homebrewed German Beer Picture Thread!

Postby Bryan R » Mon Mar 20, 2017 6:59 pm

Maybe it's his real name. Maybe it's not.


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The EPIC Homebrewed German Beer Picture Thread!

Postby Bryan R » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:10 pm

Weizenberg wrote:
Bryan R wrote:Image

My Bitburger after getting the recipe for Bitburger directly from the brewmaster Dr. Stefan.


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What happened to Rudolf Wahl? Is he not working there any more?


Here is still there. I was trying to conceal his identity. Great guy!
I should have known you had a contact there!


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Re: The EPIC Homebrewed German Beer Picture Thread!

Postby Ancient Abbey » Tue Mar 21, 2017 3:14 pm

caedus wrote:Any details on the bitburger recipe (lob blog post?)?

The only time I made beers with that kind of greenish-yellow tinge were pima only experiments or Pilsners with only pima and carapils. Blending 2.5 EBC with 3.5 EBC might make it a little more interesting than a single pima. I'd guess no less than 5% carapils, likely 10% would be preferable.
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