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Old 03-11-2013, 07:23 AM   #301
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:25 PM   #302
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stout on the left (hit 1.070... should be a fun one)
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Old 03-21-2013, 03:04 PM   #303
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Looks good! I just bottled a chocolate stout and started drinking my Founders' Rye clone. Do you get away with just an airlock for fermenters? I always seem to need to use a tube and bottle and not use an airlock until the secondary (if I need a secondary).
I just acquired a third, 15.5 gallon keg. I already use one for the mashtun and the other for a boil kettle. Does anyone ferment in a keg? I can see cleaning as a problem but there must be a way to clean without a steam jet.

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Old 03-21-2013, 09:03 PM   #304
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40 Gal Berliner Weisse. Open fermentation in a stainless drum. Running out of room around here...

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Old 03-22-2013, 03:51 AM   #305
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40 Gal Berliner Weisse. Open fermentation in a stainless drum. Running out of room around here...
Nice! What's the tubing for? Sampling? I have yet to brave an open fermentation...I guess that would be a good beer to try it with.
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Old 03-22-2013, 10:43 PM   #306
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guessing it was for o2?

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Looks good! I just bottled a chocolate stout and started drinking my Founders' Rye clone. Do you get away with just an airlock for fermenters? I always seem to need to use a tube and bottle and not use an airlock until the secondary (if I need a secondary).
I just acquired a third, 15.5 gallon keg. I already use one for the mashtun and the other for a boil kettle. Does anyone ferment in a keg? I can see cleaning as a problem but there must be a way to clean without a steam jet.
for the most part airlocks are fine for me, if i run into an issue where it gets up too high and about to blow, i just put a few drops of fermcap-s in and all is well... the stout almost blew though, that one got super close!

And as for the fermenting in a keg, people do it quite often, just take the spear out and use an orange cap for the lid.

Cleaning, either use a pond pump and hot PBW or oxyclean or soak it in hot water with oxyclean are the 2 i can think of.
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Heres a lil 1 gal I did last night.

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The photo is filling... tube is beer in. Ball lock at base for sampling

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very nice guys and gals. I got all of the ones at my house which is mine and Two Brew Budy's combined. We did 57 gal on this past sat.

we have a problem!!!
That's badass! My goal is to get to this level.
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