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Old 07-13-2009, 03:41 PM   #51
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Not to be contrary, Pol, but could the fact you're kegging be the real secret to your clarity? I've never had homebrew as clear and brite as I do now from the kegerator.
I bottle. I no-chill. My beer is clear. No claims about any long term stability made, but so far, so good.

(Well, I keg as well, but I bottle about 2/3's of my batches)


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Old 07-13-2009, 03:47 PM   #52
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Wonder how much I can drop the temperature overnight in that setup?
I put my cube in my fermentation chiller (a milk cooler) that's set at 60 (that's the ambient temp 90% of my beers get fermented at) and I've pitched as early as 12 hours. I put my cube in the corner where it has direct cold wall contact on 2 sides - I get frost on the walls. My cooler will only run for so long before kicking off, so if the temp in my basement is higher, it takes longer - or that's my working theory.

18 hours is usually how long I wait - just because I usually finish up mid day on brew day and then pitch the next morning.


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Old 07-13-2009, 04:02 PM   #53
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I am brewing my Hugh Heffe this week... we will see if that clears as well as all the others.






























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Old 07-13-2009, 05:03 PM   #54
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hah hah. touche

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Yeah, that'll work...

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Hello Pol. Bumping an old thread.

I followed this a while back. Just looking at US plastics today. I am considering getting a couple of Winpaks.

Are you still doing the no chill method for every batch?

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Old 02-15-2010, 07:02 PM   #57
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Hello Pol. Bumping an old thread.

I followed this a while back. Just looking at US plastics today. I am considering getting a couple of Winpaks.

Are you still doing the no chill method for every batch?
Jason,
It appears Pol has a chiller on his new rig.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f11/kill-watt-brewery-build-compilation-158348/
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I'm still doing mine the no-chill way. I do like it.

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Hello Pol. Bumping an old thread.

I followed this a while back. Just looking at US plastics today. I am considering getting a couple of Winpaks.

Are you still doing the no chill method for every batch?
I am still no chilling (though I have not brewed in about 4-5 months while I have been selling and building my rigs and such)

I have a chiller on my new rig, but I also had a chiller on my old rig... sometimes I use it, sometimes I dont
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I need to find a smaller vessel to try this with. I want to start brewing 2.5 gallon batches and during the winter it will be so easy to do this. Could probably pitch in a couple of hours.



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