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Old 03-04-2014, 11:09 PM   #21
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Last update. I wasn't happy with the brew, so I focused my consumption on killing that keg versus others. I just cleaned the keg and noticed a significant amount if sediment. I think I picked up sediment from fermenter. To aggressive on siphoning and also made the mistake of moving Carboy to rough minutes before siphoning too. Bought a racking cane and won't move Carboy. Can't wait to brew it again to see if that was it.


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No worries. You're learning some important brew practices and will only get better at this.

Cold crash that next batch for a week before racking to the keg, be careful to not suck up any of the yeast cake and you'll be very pleased.
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