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Posted in thread: Ideal/Authentic Fermentation Temp for Wyeast 3725 Biere de Garde on 04-15-2011 at 12:25 AM
Keep us posted. I'm brewing a low OG ale this weekend with 3725 and then using the yeast cake
for a higher gravity BdG according to the guidelines in Farmhouse Ales. I think I'm going to
aim for 70+ d...
Posted in thread: Ideal/Authentic Fermentation Temp for Wyeast 3725 Biere de Garde on 02-21-2011 at 04:32 AM
How did this come out? I plan on brewing one tomorrow with the 3725. Im gonna ferment on the
real cool side with this yeast, 68 because I dont want a lot of the esters, then im gonna brew
a Fantome cl...
Posted in thread: Looking for a pump to replace my March 809 Pump on 02-06-2011 at 09:50 PM
Can't you just replace the pump head? I bought a spare to have on hand just in case of a
problem.Maybe I'm just being a pessimist or something along those lines, but I guess I'm
disappointed that the ...
Posted in thread: Looking for a pump to replace my March 809 Pump on 02-06-2011 at 08:05 PM
Walter from March Pumps is on HBT. Why not ask him about fixing what you have? Might be a
low/no cost solution.I appreciate the head's up. He already responded to my wife when she was
Posted in thread: Looking for a pump to replace my March 809 Pump on 02-06-2011 at 08:01 PM
I've been using a Little Giant Little Giant 3-MD-MT-HC pump for more than six years with zero
problems: you recommend it for use in a Shirron? Or is it only suitable for transferring?
Posted in thread: Looking for a pump to replace my March 809 Pump on 02-06-2011 at 07:48 PM
Today is a sad day. I couldn't brew today because my 809 has officially kicked the bucket
(tested it before brewing, thank God) and efforts to clean the impeller, etc. has made no
Posted in thread: Ideal/Authentic Fermentation Temp for Wyeast 3725 Biere de Garde on 01-23-2011 at 04:40 PM
Last night, I finally brewed a biere de garde I was planning for a long time. Did it as close
to the traditional way as possible, using "Farmhouse Ales" as a guideline. Used 6 row barley,
Posted in thread: Stinky, Clumpy Wyeast Irish Ale Yeas Fermentation on 02-09-2010 at 03:36 PM
Thanks for the input, Weez. Out of curiosity, how long did you give your Irish in primary and
secondary combined? I want to give this a good chance to, uh...air out.
Posted in thread: Stinky, Clumpy Wyeast Irish Ale Yeas Fermentation on 02-09-2010 at 02:40 PM
I want to start off by saying I've fermented stinky beers. I've done lagers, I've done
Kolsches, I know what a stinky fermentation is...But the Irish I did a week ago smells pretty
rank. Something sim...
Posted in thread: Best Bucket Setup for Corona Grain Mill on 10-25-2009 at 12:40 AM
Just got my first grain mill yesterday, a true Corona brand mill. Sure, I probably paid a
little more for it, but I bought it from a fledgling brew supply store...so, you know beer
karma, right? :fro:...