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Posted in thread: Thoughts on a Vienna Hefe? on 05-27-2014 at 12:24 PM
What yeast did u use with that one?my bad..... i didn't see this until just now. I used
weinstephen yeast a few times, Danstar munich a few times (not my favorite results), and wlp
300 a few times.
Posted in thread: Y'all have let me down! on 03-28-2014 at 05:29 PM
"Little Joe's" in Grand Blanc. There are actually a few places around here that still have it
on tap and have had it for a while so I assume they've gone through multiple kegs.Oddly enough,
Posted in thread: How tight is your grain mill set? on 03-28-2014 at 04:56 PM
I have mine set between .038-.040 and have had great luck....
Posted in thread: Bottle conditioning with barrel aged beers on 02-14-2014 at 04:47 PM
Hello,I am about to acquire two freshly poured 5 gallon bourbon barrels. I'm not 100% sure
exactly what I am going to brew to put in them, but I am curious as to if there will still be
enough active y...
Posted in thread: Bottle Sterilising and Priming on 01-23-2014 at 10:35 PM
It seems rare that people bottle condition on this forum. Does anybody bottle condition? I
can't justify buying even more stuff to the Mrs!I bottle condition. I don't plan on stopping
anytime soon! A ...
Posted in thread: Does anyone rack onto a previous beers yeast cake? on 01-23-2014 at 08:06 PM
is a laundry list of issues from both, take your choice. The problems are compounded by the
amount of the over/under pitch. Even doing the OP's procedure one generation results in a
Posted in thread: Bottle Sterilising and Priming on 01-23-2014 at 07:59 PM
I have been told it is not necessary..... But I always bake my bottles in the over at 350
degrees for an hour to sterilize.... I know many people just use a sanitizer and call it
good.As far as primin...
Posted in thread: Does anyone rack onto a previous beers yeast cake? on 01-23-2014 at 04:46 PM
if the beer that fermented on that yeast is not infected then the yeast cake is fine too, it's
not suddenly infected after racking off the beer. that it is or is not infected is a separate
Posted in thread: Does anyone rack onto a previous beers yeast cake? on 01-23-2014 at 01:48 PM
you can do that but dig this, if you scoop out a cup of slurry (more or less depending on the
gravity) for your next beer you will get a better beer. the size of the yeast pitch is not an
Posted in thread: Does anyone rack onto a previous beers yeast cake? on 01-23-2014 at 01:47 PM
I made two identical batches of Roggenbier on the same day, but transferred one on top of a
yeast cake that had already been used two times, then pitched fresh yeast in the other. After