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Thread: Strawberry-Pomegranite Rophys Ale

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    Strawberry-Pomegranite Rophys Ale

    Strawberry-Pomegranite Rophys Ale : Sort of like a champaign, but I don't rilly recall why I'm preggers.
    What do you say guys will it work?
    I'm doing bottle-brews in 14 days, so don't give me any of that Roofies should be added thru the hopback in secondary ferment.
    This stuff is unhopped to preserve the pantie-remover aspect (wives included), should I be adding lactose to make it a true "ladies" drink and what, if any should my initial s.g. be in order for "them" to be semi-conscious during the first part?
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    Post your preliminary recipe and we might be able to help. With what little you've described here, I figure you are looking for a higher ABV, which with most beer yeasts means you'll have a good amount of unfermented sugars that will make the lactose addition superfluous. Also, higher ABV brews usually need more than 14 days prior to bottling. Beyond that vague guidance, we'll need more detail on what you're planning.
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    Thanks Rat,
    Whatever ABV is.............
    This started as a concept recipe, thinking being as lactose is an unfermentable, it would remain to sweeten the brew and legitimize a name like "Cream of Pomegranite Beer". The malt would provide the bubbles and the pomegranite and strawberry are 'the' IN flavours for anyone who follows the Hillary Duff fashion line. Which I realize most of the folks on here probably are heading in the opposite direction from. My main concern is if I added the Rophys too soon in the process if the yeast would forget why they were there and just focus... or not, on budding.
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    I'll have what you're smoking.
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    No, you won't. Get chur own.
    buurrrpp! $1.50 a litre for gas/no thanks got my own !

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