Bryan's Quasi HERMs/Decoction/Cold Sparge Madness

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Re: Bryan's Quasi HERMs/Decoction/Cold Sparge Madness

Postby Bryan R » Sun Nov 15, 2015 11:03 am

From what I gather, boiling for 15 minutes will get you sub 1ppm. The oxygen uptake is a slow process, hoursish. We (techbrau and kit) are doing test beers as we speak with this, I believe they are boiling and chilling then striking right in. Hopefully we have some data points for you by the weekend. I will let tech speak to what changes he had saw.
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Re: Bryan's Quasi HERMs/Decoction/Cold Sparge Madness

Postby wobdee » Sun Nov 15, 2015 11:39 am

Cool, thanks.
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Re: Bryan's Quasi HERMs/Decoction/Cold Sparge Madness

Postby Techbrau » Sun Nov 15, 2015 6:20 pm

Lighter color at the protein rest. Seemed to be a bit less of an aromatic mash overall. The final wort going into the fermenter had a slightly clearer, fresher taste than normal - but no "it" yet.
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Re: Bryan's Quasi HERMs/Decoction/Cold Sparge Madness

Postby wobdee » Mon Nov 23, 2015 8:34 am

I went ahead and gave it a whirl yesterday when I brewed a dark lager. Boiled all my brewing water 15 min, chilled then mashed in. Can't say I noticed anything different but it was a dark beer so maybe I won't notice anything until Its kegged.
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Re: Bryan's Quasi HERMs/Decoction/Cold Sparge Madness

Postby Weizenberg » Mon Nov 30, 2015 7:48 pm

Boiling will alter the water composition though. Usually it's de-oxygenated via CO2 injection IIRC
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Re: Bryan's Quasi HERMs/Decoction/Cold Sparge Madness

Postby Bryan R » Mon Nov 30, 2015 8:53 pm

Yea I use RO water anyways. But it's definitely something to note.
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Re: Bryan's Quasi HERMs/Decoction/Cold Sparge Madness

Postby Ancient Abbey » Sun Apr 02, 2017 12:41 pm

Bryan R wrote:.


Weird?!?! You must have been hacked. It's shameful that someone would steal your login and delete all the information that proves who in the group actually came up with LODO. I'm sure Brandon can restore it from a backup. :tu
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Re: Bryan's Quasi HERMs/Decoction/Cold Sparge Madness

Postby Bryan R » Sun Apr 02, 2017 12:52 pm

Yea it is weird! If he does do that make sure he brings back the rest of the posts that have been deleted by you guys as well! Please and thanks!


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Re: Bryan's Quasi HERMs/Decoction/Cold Sparge Madness

Postby Ancient Abbey » Sun Apr 02, 2017 4:02 pm

I love seeing you still post here. Truly, the experience is most savory and delicious. Despite all you have done, all that you have stolen, tried to steal or plagiarized as your own. Despite everyone you blame, all those you have crossed, all the crazy conspiracies in your head and all the trail of proof you tried to and continue to try to destroy. Despite trying to hide it all behind locked forums, telling lies upon lies, building your own sanctuary. One simple truth remains. You really have nowhere to go and still have to come here to interact with people. There are just so many, like me, who grin while watching you do the dance you do, knowing the irreparable reputation you have built for yourself. When I get to the brewery tonight, I'm gonna pour myself a nice full maß of helles, with all that nice, fresh, lingering malt flavor, take a drink and just smile. Despite all that has transpired, you really do make my day satisfying. Prosit!
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Re: Bryan's Quasi HERMs/Decoction/Cold Sparge Madness

Postby Weizenberg » Sun Apr 02, 2017 7:47 pm

Ancient Abbey wrote:I love seeing you still post here. Truly, the experience is most savory and delicious. Despite all you have done, all that you have stolen, tried to steal or plagiarized as your own. Despite everyone you blame, all those you have crossed, all the crazy conspiracies in your head and all the trail of proof you tried to and continue to try to destroy. Despite trying to hide it all behind locked forums, telling lies upon lies, building your own sanctuary. One simple truth remains. You really have nowhere to go and still have to come here to interact with people. There are just so many, like me, who grin while watching you do the dance you do, knowing the irreparable reputation you have built for yourself. When I get to the brewery tonight, I'm gonna pour myself a nice full maß of helles, with all that nice, fresh, lingering malt flavor, take a drink and just smile. Despite all that has transpired, you really do make my day satisfying. Prosit!


Indeed. Well said!

I fail to comprehend your actions, Bryan. This sort of behaviour is despicable. So disappointed in you.

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