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Same old: 6L Mellow Doux 4 1/2 cups brown sugar 1 1/2 tbsp yeast nutrient 3/4 tsp EC1118 yeast And now: Two cinnamon sticks Tablespoon and a half of cloves Update Thursday November 21 After twelve hours it looked so … Continued
Let’s try a variation on the instant classic https://10pm.ca/brown-sugar-mellow-doux-6l/. Couple of differences this time: We’ll be adding 1 1/2 tbsp yeast nutrient (recommends 1tbsp/gallon) – 1lb bag ordered from amazon. 4 1/2 cups, whereas before it was only 3 1/2. … Continued
Starts at . Starts with 36g/250ml so that’s roughly 288g. I’m adding a cup of white sugar which is nearly 200g. After mixing and measuring, it’s nearly . Will try a brief open air first ferment… experiments abound. Tues Nov … Continued
Simple Usage: So, for example: Here’s the set-opacity.sh script: Modified from a script found in here: https://github.com/smurphos/nemo_actions_and_cinnamon_scripts
Put this in your functions.php to do the before and after math for specific gravity readings predicting ABV (and potential ABV). Usage: [abv_calc before=”1.06″ after=”1.033″] becomes: If the after is omitted, it will do a potential calculation: [abv_calc before=”1.05″] becomes:
Stepping it up a notch. 3x 2L bites of Rougement Mellow Doux. Just under 1 tsp of 71B yeast (started early with a bit of brown sugar). And 1 1/2 cups of brown sugar. And a handful of raisins (apparently … Continued
2L Rougement Royal Gala and Rougement Honey Crisp. Measures at on the old hydrometer. 1/4 tsp of the EC-1118. Wed October 16 Update Not ready… Fri Oct 18 Update Now at . Leave it in!
Granted, it could use some flash, but it works. Default is 120 seconds. It does require jQuery loaded up into your gmscript, which can take some troubleshooting. But here’s what the head of the script looks like:
We’re going to try peppermint and Bengal Spice. The idea is simple: brewed tea + sugar + yeast + time =? Looks like about 100ml of sugar Interesting the Sp.gr. reading. 170g of sugar and the hydrometer reads , much … Continued