[Tastebridge] Brewbot - beer making

Frantisek Apfelbeck algoldor at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 7 11:18:41 UTC 2013


Thanks Richard!
By the way I'm now planning to start experiment with dark beer, I have been recommended the recipe below for a simple start, just ingredient not really the procedure, that is something what I have to study. I have been warned that I should be very carefully about the cooling down face which is suppose to be as quick as possible (I did not make beer (malt based beer) before. I would like to know your suggestions and recommendations. I like sweeter caramel like taste of beer, I do not like bitter. Any recommendations about procedure on brewing is welcome! I have standard kitchen equipment plus large kitchen equipment, straining bags, cheesecloths etc. Please consider that all ingredients which I need will have to be imported to Jeju, Kore where I'm now living.
Dark Beer brewing recipe 22/9/2013

Batch size = 20 l? (6% (w/v) alcohol)

Malts
5 kg of Pilsner malt
1 kg of Munich malt
300 g of caramunich 3
100 g cara aroma
300 g carafa2 (steep separate)

Hops
any hops that provide 4-5% of aa (60 min boiling) - Kent Golding suitable? other?
any spicy hop (10 min boiling) - crystal suitable? other?
optional - 1 tablespoon of gypsum (to lower pH)

Yeast
S05
Safale S05 (London ale yeast)
 

 
Many thanks for any help,

Sincerely,

Frantisek Algoldor Apfelbeck


biotechnologist&kvasir and hacker


http://www.frantisekapfelbeck.org


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This on the other hand: http://www.brewjacket.com/


Is a fermentation control device (for temperature). So is http://coolbrewing.com which is even more low tech, but less precise.



On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 10:10 AM, Richard Conroy <richard.conroy at gmail.com> wrote:

There have been quite a few devices of this kind entering the market.
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>However all of them are focused on the mash & boil aspects of making beer, but none really go into the fermentation aspects.
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>Most beer brewers who are serious about it, and have space, will invest in a fridge for temperature controlled fermentation, and that is usually all you need to care about in beer brewing (once you have aerated and pitched correctly).
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>On Sun, Oct 6, 2013 at 4:54 AM, Frantisek Apfelbeck <algoldor at yahoo.com> wrote:
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>For the ones interested in beer brewing, what do you think beer masters?
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>>http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cargo/brewbot-the-smart-brewing-appliance
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>>The call for the participation in the experimental incubator project under the Food Hacking Base (fhb) logo which I want to announce at 30c3 in Hamburg (end of December) would be more simple and less costly focused on variety of ferments like yogurt making, kimchi, makgeolli (Koren alcoholic rice beverage) etc. rather than just beer. First versions would be more about experimenting building up the base for more robust and simple device which would be dedicated to household "production" use rather than an experimental adventures. However the both lines - production and experimentation, in the future should be developed.
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>>Anyone interested in talk to me!
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>>Sincerely,
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>>Frantisek Algoldor Apfelbeck
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>>biotechnologist&kvasir and hacker
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>>http://www.frantisekapfelbeck.org
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