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  1. This is meant as constructive critiques /suggestions only: Certainty not complaining. My "To Do Wish List" for Brewart: 1. Videos look nice but are brief .Could do with more information. 2. Store, Ingredients page: Hops, please list what type of hops each product is, much easy to put a recipe together. Need this info. Same goes for elements page. What malts are each product? Yeast, same info needed! Think about it, for a lot of people this is a sizable investment. Providing this NECESSARY info is critical for most I would think, especially those brewer's who already brew their own and want to customize the beers properly! Small example: I'd like to do a weiss bock such as Adventus, or Paulaner Salvator Double Bock, how can i even start without proper ingredient info. Thanks!
  2. Since the E elements are hopped DME and not knowing 'what' hops were used, this makes it difficult to decide on hop additions on custom brews. Some hop combos do not play well together! Soooooo.... Thinking best to skip E's and pretty much just use X's and my own hop additions. I understand the concept behind the secrecy (well..!) Makes the brewprints pretty foolproof for beginners! However in my opinion after reading several forums regarding using Brewdroid, there are a LOT of people who have experience with brewing already, and buying the droids. I think much more product would sell for the company if they were upfront about what's exactly in say an E4, an H5, etc. Customization should be easy as well.
  3. You know a person is very excited about brewing again after a long break... when they want to post possible recipes using a new technique. (To me at least, the Brewdroid method!) - Seriously, Even though I've never brewed without at least steeping most ingredients at about 162 degrees 15 minutes (mead excluded) I'd like to post a few, with disclaimers of course! Would that be OK? If nothing else you much smarter folks can tell me where my mad science is going wrong with style! My apologies, BTW - recipes are scaled down from proven 5 gallon recipes adjusted to brewprint ingredients for most part as good as my limited brewprint ingredients info allows me! Friday late night Sat now, and I'm bored. if ok, will post them as attachments (txt files) to keep clutter at minimum. Cheers! Dave
  4. Does anyone know if brewart has an element that is Munich Dry Malt Extract? working on some bock and octoberfest recipes for when i get my droid. Really into super malty beers again! Also I'm seeing quite a few brewprints listed on facebook group that I do not see on USA site. Seasonal thing? surely the same beers are offered worldwide? You would think ALL would be listed, available to view their info online? Perhaps some are customer clones? Anyway is it Ok if I post the info here? includes brewprint ingredients and other brewing info Quite the big list.
  5. What's a good way to use pellet hops to make a tea? Boiling worts is very different on how hops utilize than the brewart method however brewing with the droid is what i want to do, but then just add the teas to it. I want to do bittering, during ferment, then add aroma hops in keg. Figuring amounts is a bit daunting! I'd like the imperial stout I'm working on to be about 60 IBU'S. It will include about 1 lb of specialty grains steeped 15 min. at 160 degrees. of course I must also consider how much bitterness wlll my brewart ingredients add as well? Seems tough but think it can be worked out. Online calculators are no help on my hops since they all involve knowing start gravity, boil amount, etc. Yikes! I think through this forum we will eventually come up with the info we need for better, easier customization. Don't even have my droid yet, but doesn't stop me from studying brewpaks for some enlightenment! Cheers!
  6. So obviously the E elements are pretty much dried malt extract, correct? Ok I'm a bit spooked by this since no boiling involved, always having been a boiler. Read several articles on how DME is produced with spray drying technique, they say it needs boiling to ensure killing contaminants that may infect your wort. The question is, have any of you guys had any infections using these ingredients with no heating or boiling? Just covering all bases, I'm a curious one for certain, ha ha! Brewing without boiling just sounds alien to me since never tried it. Sounds very convenient however! Thanks! ALSO, what about adding hop pellets to fermenter? How clean and safe are they? Perhaps heat 160 degrees for 20-30 minutes, cool down then add carefully to fermenter?
  7. Curious to know if anyone else is trying out different types of brews. I have put an el'cheapo can of cider through on my second brew (happy wife, happy life). It turned out well and is close to being 100% ready. Just another week or so and the carbonation will be up to scratch. Also threw in 2L preservative free apple juice, for a little extra body. Near future will see a higher quality cider kit sourced for a proper crack at it. Just put through a tin of Coopers European Lager. Two brews from one tin at half quantities and dextrose for one and Coopers brew enhancer for the second. They also used different yeasts. Will see how they turned out in about a month. Looking at getting the Brewprint of Coopers Dark Ale and comparing that with the tinned version. Anyone tried a ginger beer or adding other flavour profiles like lime, honey etc?
  8. Welcome budding BrewArtist! If you are new to brewing with BrewArt we recommend that you checkout BrewArt 101 as your first point of call. Here you will gain access to in-depth instructional videos, FAQs and other helpful downloads. Here are some direct video links you may find useful: BrewArt: Brewing Using BrewArt Ingredients Cheers, The BrewArt Team
  9. Welcome budding BrewArtist! If you are new to brewing with BrewArt we recommend that you checkout BrewArt 101 as your first point of call. Here you will gain access to in-depth instructional videos, FAQs and other helpful downloads. Here are some direct video links you may find useful: BrewArt: Brewing Using BrewArt Ingredients Cheers, The BrewArt Team
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