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Posted in thread: Normal Fermentation on 02-10-2016 at 04:22 PM
Warm? US-05I have my chest freezer set for 66-69 degrees. Based on what I've read, that's where
it should be. If I'm mistaken, I could very easily lower the temperature. Thoughts?65-66*F
(measured on ...
Posted in thread: How many of you have moved to no-secondary? on 02-10-2016 at 04:22 AM
What's a secondary?Never used one (whatever it is).:D
Posted in thread: Missed doppelbock OG on 02-10-2016 at 04:20 AM
I think it will be fine. Consider it a heavy bock or a slightly light doppel.
Posted in thread: Diacetyl rest timing, is it ever (within reason) too late? on 02-10-2016 at 04:15 AM
It's best to do it when the beer is at 75% between OG and expected FG (while there still some
yeast activity going on), but better late than never.
Posted in thread: Bottling cold crashed beer - How much sugar? on 02-10-2016 at 04:12 AM
Yes, totally possible. At 70 it would take less time to carb, but will it affect the taste? I
am not in a hurry, I just want good bier :)Like flars said, 70-75* carbing temp has no negative
effect on ...
Posted in thread: Recipes for pineapple beer? on 02-10-2016 at 04:08 AM
Not familiar with pineapple beer.I have a pineapple cider on tap currently. I wanted to
experiment with a different flavor profile and what I normally make (apple/cinnamon or mixed
berry). I did my no...
Posted in thread: Normal Fermentation on 02-10-2016 at 03:59 AM
By the way, I'm brewing a 1.068, 5 gallon IPA extract kit. I have the temp set at 66-69 degrees
in my chest freezer.With what yeast? For some strains, that's a bit on the warm side.
Posted in thread: Did I cold crash too quickly? on 02-10-2016 at 03:57 AM
I am not sure what you think the problem is? What is it that you think cold crashing too
quickly will do?EDIT - Oh I am an idiot. you mean did you stop fermenting the starter too
quickly. LOL!I think ...
Posted in thread: 2nd batch, I'm new, please help! repitch questions.. on 02-10-2016 at 03:55 AM
First off, your OG using extract. If you used top off water and didn't mix it well (which never
happens by the way), your OG is going to measure either high, low or near normal. Water and
wort don't m...
Posted in thread: Carbonation guidelines on 02-10-2016 at 03:52 AM
Keep it simple.38*F, 10-12 psi, 10-12ft 3/16" beer lines. Pour the stout and let it off-gas
while it sits in the glass 15 min and warms up to proper English ale drinking temp (50-52*F).