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Citaat van: Swedishbrewer op 27-11-2019 16:32 uHi!I wonder how the commercial belgian breweries can get good foamstability even though they leave the beer on long secondary fermentations in cold degrees 4-8 weeks.I have some theories, but I dont know if they are entirely correct. 1. They add Propylene glycol alginate2. They add isomerised hop extract before bottling3. They add a little nitrogen in the beer
Citaat van: Swedishbrewer op 30-11-2019 20:12 uThank you Jacques for the answer. Is tetra hop the most common use in belgian and trappist breweries?As I see it, tetrahop has other advantages, among other things against the sun's influence. (skunk)
Citaat van: Swedishbrewer op 30-11-2019 20:45 uThank you for answer. How to make a beer shiny while having a very good foam stability? Even the most genuine you can imagine Westvleteren has hopextract in their beer. If most commercial Belgian brewers have hopextract. Why shouldn't you have it then?
Citaat van: Jacques op 30-11-2019 20:49 uEBC does not like additions. He is a big fan of the Reinheitsgebot ...
Citaat van: EBC op 30-11-2019 22:55 uDo you know which other adjuncts your beloved Belgian Brewers use?I could name 15 of them for starts, more if you wish. Such a shame.You do not need hop extracts and such. Water, malt hops and yeast. Sugar is ok too. If you cannot brew proper beer with these 5, get back to the benches and learn.
Citaat van: EBC op 01-12-2019 14:46 uDo they really leave their beer in tanks for 4-8 weeks?
Citaat van: Swedishbrewer op 01-12-2019 18:16 uA well known brewery in belgium leave their beer in storage tanks 3-6 weeks in 4 to 10 degrees.Another 6 weeks at 0 degrees. Another below 0 degrees in 3 weeks. A famous trappist brewery 4-6 weeks at 10 degrees. Another famous trappistbrewery 4 weeks at 8 degrees. 8 weeks may have been a bit excessive. But it is a long time in cold temperatures.
Citaat van: SanderH op 08-12-2019 14:12 uThat is what they are selling to you, the appearance of a "craft" brewed beer. Non of them want to have the beer in a tank longer than needed because it costs money if it is in a tank for longer times, it is not yet bottled and sold, so it is costing money.Don't buy into those marketing scheme's , they are there just to make you believe that you are getting something better than you actually are.
Citaat van: Swedishbrewer op 27-11-2019 17:08 uYes I mean lager time. When the beer matures in cold storage tank. The purpose of this should probably be to get rid of old yeast and get the beer clearer from rests of hops and malts. The latter should probably have negative effects on the foamstability. I have myself problem with foamstability in my beer with long storagetime in both warmer and colder degrees.
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