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Started by LordEoin, December 16, 2012, 03:15:34 PM
QuoteAnyone know why I'm unable to edit the post?
QuoteUnfortunately though, it does not have a reading for treacle (you bunch of treacle loving freaks)
QuoteQuoteUnfortunately though, it does not have a reading for treacle (you bunch of treacle loving freaks) How much sugar is in Treacle?Weigh out say 20 gms of tracle, add 180 gms (ml) of warm water. Stir to disolve the treacle.Check the gravity of the dilute treacle, look up the sugar equivalent and multiply by 10If the gravity is to low may be only dilute 1 to 4Then you know the sugar equivalent of say 450 gms of treacle
QuoteI think your bit on table sugar is not fully accurate. While it will not replace the malt aspect, and won't make your beer any more tasty, it is necessary and common in some styles.
QuoteThe conclusion is that early kits were poor quality and contained a lot of sugar. The sugar was blamed for the cidery flavour whereas it was really the poor quality ingredients . . .