Re: [seattle_homebrewers] Does anyone have a pH meter I could borrow?
- KRBC Citra is an awesome beer. Do you mind sharing your recipe / thoughts about how it was created? I tend to put some gypsum and calcium carbonate (rather that chalk) in my mash for light beers which tends to acidify it enough to be in the range I need. I think it also does nice things for hoppy beers and prevents the need for lactic acid.
NickOn Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 10:48 AM, J <digitalsy@...> wrote:
Cool, thanks! I'll give that a try!On Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 10:11 AM, Bradley Bantel <funwithplants@...> wrote:I test with a liquid drop kit for fish aquariums. Should have it for sale at petco.-brsd
--- On Fri, 10/21/11, J <digitalsy@...> wrote:
From: J <digitalsy@...>
Subject: [seattle_homebrewers] Does anyone have a pH meter I could borrow?
Date: Friday, October 21, 2011, 9:18 AMHey guys,I'm brewing a double IPA this weekend (actually my own clone recipe for Kern River's Citra DIPA) and laid out all the water mineral additions for the mash/boil already including the needed lactic acid to bring the mash pH into the desired range (pH 5.58 in this case). This is actually the first time I'm even trying to check/dial in my mash pH but think it's important and hoping it will result in a better end product. With that said, I ordered some pH strips but they won't be here in time so wondering if anyone has either a pH meter they might be willing to let me borrow for brew day this weekend or maybe some spare pH strips. I can beer you in return :)Thanks guys, please let me know!Julian