Snake River Brewers - A Homebrew Club Serving Boise, Nampa, and the Treasure Valley of Idaho
Snake River Brewers
A Homebrewing Club Serving Boise, Nampa, and the Treasure Valley of Idaho.
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 on: September 09, 2018, 11:45:59 PM 
Started by cracked1 - Last post by Aperiamcon
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 on: September 05, 2018, 12:17:55 AM 
Started by bslaws - Last post by Reprehenderit
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 on: April 04, 2018, 08:35:26 PM 
Started by BroncoBob - Last post by BroncoBob
5 gallons of Hazy Double IPA

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 on: March 05, 2018, 08:09:02 AM 
Started by diatonic - Last post by DuncanB
I'd like to see a few things. A demonstration of harvesting yeast, especially from a conical fermenter. A group brew would be fun to do. And maybe some group learning projects, like having several people brew a smash beer to compare and learn about different gains and hops. I know I could do this on my own, but if multiple people were involved it would speed up the learning process.
-David

Very good ideas, David. Group brews are so much fun! I only participated once but I've learned so much from it.

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 on: December 28, 2017, 08:57:19 AM 
Started by Derrick - Last post by rob
It has been a "few" years since I've brewed until last week...
5 gal Imperial IPA
5 gal black IPA

156 gallons
 Beer Toast

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 on: August 14, 2017, 02:45:44 PM 
Started by Derrick - Last post by Derrick
6 Gallons Cold Mash/Hybrid Imperial Stout

146 Gallons Total

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 on: July 12, 2017, 01:02:16 PM 
Started by macabra11 - Last post by macabra11
Here is my recipe for a tasty summer libation, perfect for lawn mowing. I really do think using the 6-row adds an authentic character to it, but this recipe does come out quite "corny" so you could lessen the flaked maize if you wanted to. I've tried this with a few different yeasts, but my favorites are the Wyeast Kölsch2565 or White Labs WLP 080. Wyeast German lager yeast dried it out too much (very good beer, but not a true cream ale) and 1056 produced a decent beer but not what I really wanted.

6 gal batch
75% efficiency
1.046 OG -18 IBU -

4 lb 6-row
4 lb Great Western NW Pale
1.5 lb Flaked Maize/Corn
0.375 lb Cane Sugar (last 5 min of boil)
60 min - 0.4 oz Zythos 10.5%AA
10 min - 1 oz Crystal 4.3% AA
Wyeast Kölsch 2565 Yeast

Mash at 148º for 60 min and then mashout at 168º for 10 min.
60 min boil
Ferment at 60º for 3 weeks, then cold crash and lager for 4 weeks.

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 on: June 20, 2017, 01:25:22 PM 
Started by O.P.P. - Last post by dale
Conical? My only gripe on sanke fermenters is difficulty to clean.

Yeah, I gave up on using sankes for fermenting. I couldn't tell if they were clean. I cut the top out of one, and now it's my boil kettle. It had a good coat of beer stone on the inside, took a good soaking in muriatic acid to get it all out. Now I ferment in plastic bags and toss them out afterwards, no cleaning!

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 on: June 20, 2017, 11:49:03 AM 
Started by dale - Last post by dale
Might have got some free time this evening. Let me know how we can make this happen!  Ted

Sure, I was around all night last night, but I didn't think the check on this until this morning.  I'm going out of town for the next few days, how does your schedule look on Sunday?

Or how about I run them over to you this evening? Call me at 208-602-0622.

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 on: June 20, 2017, 10:51:43 AM 
Started by dale - Last post by dale
Might have got some free time this evening. Let me know how we can make this happen!  Ted

Sure, I was around all night last night, but I didn't think the check on this until this morning.  I'm going out of town for the next few days, how does your schedule look on Sunday?

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