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Use this tag for questions about techniques, equipment and ingredients used in serving beer, as well as non-alcoholic substitutes ("near-beer").

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Use a salted ice-water bath. The water increases the contact and heat dissipation, and adding salt allows the temperature to go below freezing.
answered Jul 13 '10 by kevins
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I've used dark beer with good results. It just depends on what flavor you desire. I often use Lion stout, for example, which imparts a strong, intense flavor and color, which I quite like, but it … case you can add some lighter beer to balance it out (lager or pilsner). Personally I don't like to add pale ales to bread as I don't enjoy the way the hop flavor comes through, but this comes down to …
answered Jul 14 '10 by kevins