Member Bios - tell us about yourself

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Ancient Abbey
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Re: Member Bios - tell us about yourself

Postby Ancient Abbey » Wed Aug 29, 2018 10:50 pm

Welcome! That's how we all started too. Just ended going all in mitigating oxidation at every possible point in the process. The ROI is well worth it IMO.
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Re: Member Bios - tell us about yourself

Postby BdoubleEdoubleR U N » Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:35 pm

Well lets see ... I'm a fairly new home brewer with about 9 or 10 batches under my belt.
Doing some field research, I found a certain flavor profile among some of the European brews, particularly among German brews that really got my attention. Thus, beginning a quest for a set of traits I'd like to incorporate into my own home brews.
And that brings me here, seeking that malty toasty honey like sweetness that really should be more prevalent in beer in general
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Weizenberg
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Re: Member Bios - tell us about yourself

Postby Weizenberg » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:54 pm

Get your English copy of https://www.vlb-berlin.org/en/books/tec ... nd_malting

Its the best thing I know besides or Narziss' works -- which are only useful if you are comfortable reading academic textbooks in German.
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