Re: Causes for Slickness

Mon Apr 11, 2016 6:36 am

NateBrews wrote:
brewinhard wrote:Yeah, wheat is not typically used in german lagers.


Sure, but I don't brew to style...I made a pilsner, but it was black!


ala a schwarzbier?
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Re: Causes for Slickness

Tue Apr 12, 2016 2:42 pm

brewinhard wrote:
NateBrews wrote:
brewinhard wrote:Yeah, wheat is not typically used in german lagers.


Sure, but I don't brew to style...I made a pilsner, but it was black!


ala a schwarzbier?


It is like I have heard that somewhere before....

So with some carbonation and time the slickness has transformed as hoped into nice mouthfeel. I don't get anything I would call slick anymore. Overall, I'm very happy with how it came out. This is also my first time using 2124 and I'm pretty happy with the results I got from it.
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Re: Causes for Slickness

Thu Apr 14, 2016 9:50 am

Good to hear. Sometimes a healthy dose of time and lagering can do "brilliant" things for a beer.
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