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Posted in thread: Did a test regarding Strike Water: Would like some opinions on 01-22-2015 at 02:33 PM
Ok, I read a bit more and watched Kal's video again... So basically he sets a strike
temperature lets say for example in his video 149*F. He puts in exactly the amount of water he
wants into the Mash ...
Posted in thread: Did a test regarding Strike Water: Would like some opinions on 01-22-2015 at 01:56 PM
Lots to think of right now... So with Kal's, he is measuring the temperature of the output
water of the HLT, and not the wort output? And then independently monitoring the temperature of
the Mash, whi...
Posted in thread: Did a test regarding Strike Water: Would like some opinions on 01-21-2015 at 07:37 PM
Lincoln,That sounds like a good plan after reading your suggestion (and re-reading it and
re-reading it) I actually just ordered another ss tee fitting from Bobby M and applicable
hardware... I wonder...
Posted in thread: Did a test regarding Strike Water: Would like some opinions on 01-19-2015 at 12:30 PM
Are you using a PID and if so did you re-auto tune when you changed the placement of your
probe? Also what temp probe is driving the HLT element, is it the one in the MLT or HLT?I am
using one PID for...
Posted in thread: Did a test regarding Strike Water: Would like some opinions on 01-18-2015 at 04:16 PM
OK, So I've had my rig for a few years and am now trying to be a bit more accurate with my
temperatures in the Mash Tun so I've changed where my thermo-probe is from inside the kettle,
to an inline se...
Posted in thread: help me with serving stout faucet w/ beer gas on 11-26-2014 at 06:22 PM
Last time I did that, was 6 years ago, and i Pre-carbed at 2 volumes (ish) for a week then
switched to beer gas for a week at 30psi and served at that and it was perfect... If you just
put it on nitro...
Posted in thread: to start or not to start, that is the question? :D on 11-25-2014 at 06:25 PM
No problem... Happy to help.. Definitely check out www.Mrmalty.com and also just for good
reading search for John Palmers How to Brew... Its a wealth of information.
Posted in thread: second partial mash - cream ale on 11-25-2014 at 03:36 PM
In my experience, US-05 finishes dryer with I would say less of the flavors associated to other
yeasts like Nottingham. I will agree that 1056 can sometimes clear slower, however since you
are making ...
Posted in thread: Split Batch APA and Saison advice on 11-25-2014 at 03:32 PM
Definitely around the same level of fermentability and would get you a certain crispness, but
as far as Saison's are concerned, Pilsener malt is the go-to for that. Additionally, there is a
Posted in thread: to start or not to start, that is the question? :D on 11-25-2014 at 02:54 PM
So i ran it through Mr. Malty's pitching calculator and if you end up 1.5-1.6 OG you will need
140-167B yeast cells. Given that one smack pack is 100B, you will be a little light, so I would
say make ...