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Posted in thread: Amount of yeast harvested on 11-10-2013 at 04:26 PM
* let trub settle ( at room temp)And I do a starter for each batch based on jamils yeast
Posted in thread: Amount of yeast harvested on 11-10-2013 at 04:24 PM
Hey guys and gals,Just looking for a general quickie answer here, all variables aside, when I
do a typical 1.050 beer, 5 gallon batch, cal ale yeast, how much should I expect to harvest
once I rack th...
Posted in thread: Type of metal for sinking dry hops in secondary on 08-24-2013 at 05:48 PM
Is Sinking even necessary? wouldn't the hop oils distribute homogeneously throughout the beer
over a week if I just throw the hops in as free hops (no hop bag)?
Posted in thread: Type of metal for sinking dry hops in secondary on 08-24-2013 at 05:17 PM
I'm putting hops in a hop bag and sinking them to the bottom of the fermenter, but I don't know
which type of steel to use. I typically hear stainless, but would alloy steel work? Like a
socket from m...
Posted in thread: Belgian dubbel candi sugar...? on 07-28-2013 at 03:05 PM
Yea I meant syrup. It's the D 90. Do you know if it is all unfermentable, or only partly?
Posted in thread: Belgian dubbel candi sugar...? on 07-28-2013 at 02:48 PM
Hey guys,I'm brewin a Belgian dubbel and was curious whether anybody recommends adding the
candi sugar during the boil vs. any other time. I assume it is all unfermentable, and therefore
it would be o...
Posted in thread: Cold condition vs carbonation on 07-04-2013 at 06:29 PM
Hey there everyone,Would there be any benefit to letting a beer cold condition in the fridge
for a week or 2 prior to attaching the co2? Or would carbonating it in the fridge from the
start have the s...
Posted in thread: New kegger question on 06-27-2013 at 12:52 PM
I currently have a fridge that I use for fermenatation or as a keggerator when I'm not
fermenting. It only has capacity for 2 kegs, so thats great that you can fit 3 or 4. I often
will let a beer ferm...
Posted in thread: How can I add some hop bitterness after fermentation? on 06-25-2013 at 05:32 PM
You could also pitch some lager yeast, which has the ability to break down longer chain sugars
than ale yeast (when you're looking for a workhorse to power through sugars you should pitch
lager yeast ...
Posted in thread: How can I add some hop bitterness after fermentation? on 06-25-2013 at 05:26 PM
As far as adding hops for bitterness, that option is kinda out of the picture since you can no
longer isomerize them. I noticed with a robust porter that I did (I filled the fermenter too
high so too ...