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brewjunky 03-26-2010 04:30 AM

Just did a Brewhouse Red Ale kit.
 
Just did a brewhouse Red Ale kit used Safale 04 for the yeast.

My wort from the kit was in my Van and it was cold out here in Canada over night so I Boiled 4 litres of water then added an additional 4 litres of water and the Wort.

It still seems rather abit cool but I pitched the yeast anyways and put on my brew belt.

The kits come with Coopers ale yeast that ferments vigorously. I used it before in the kits but decided to switch things up abit. I used 2 packs of yeast.

Ussually I brew All-Grain but its still cooler here in Winnipeg and Im waiting on a few things for my brew rig. (High heat hose and some QD fittings.)

I was using braided beverage tubing last year and it just doesn't hold up.

Anyways I find that brew house kits make the equivalent of All grain with the ease of use of a wine kit.

I've made over 50 all grains in my time and this kit puts comparable beers up.

I actually know a guy that does these kits and puts them in competiions and wins. No Joke!

Anyways I'll keep it posted on how this one turns out.

McGarnigle 03-26-2010 07:02 PM

Those are quality kits (expensive in the US though). I like that they are easily hack-able. Switch yeast, add hops, etc.

brewjunky 03-26-2010 07:42 PM

Yeah we get buy 2 get one free here so its not bad if you buy a few of them

brewjunky 03-26-2010 09:47 PM

Bubbling like crazy right now. Can't wait to test it out. I think im going to dry hop in the secondary with Cascade


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