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Posted in thread: Environment Friendly Wort Chiller on 12-06-2008 at 12:51 AM
Therminator...takes 5-10 minutes to cool down from boiling and all the water can be collected
and used for clean up...I have no idea what a therminator is.do some searching, there's a
couple threads a...
Posted in thread: Environment Friendly Wort Chiller on 12-01-2008 at 04:37 PM
Here is another idea. Since you were doing two brews, you can save the water in a couple of
buckets and use it in the next brew and sparge. The water is already up in temp and will come
to strike temp...
Posted in thread: Environment Friendly Wort Chiller on 12-01-2008 at 04:36 PM
Why not get a cheap submersible pump from the hardware store, and recirculated your water. Once
you get the wort down to about 140, add some ice to the water collection tank where you are
using the pu...
Posted in thread: Environment Friendly Wort Chiller on 12-01-2008 at 05:47 AM
So, here's the deal:I've brewed one batch of beer, and I am working on my second. As of now I
am doing what most of you would consider a no-no, and I am cooling my wort down with ice. I
Posted in thread: Filter Hop From Primary Fermentation on 12-01-2008 at 05:35 AM
If I'm doing a big beer or a fruit beer (or an IPA) I might do 4 and 4. (Like my current
Belgian Strong.)4 and 4 meaning 4 in the primary, 4 in the bottle?Thanks for your help. I am in
no rush to get ...
Posted in thread: Filter Hop From Primary Fermentation on 11-30-2008 at 03:12 PM
If you took a sample, you opened the top right?Yes. Leave the beer alone. Once you put the top
on it, there is no need to do anything with it for at least a week. All the crap you see
floating around ...
Posted in thread: Filter Hop From Primary Fermentation on 11-30-2008 at 04:44 AM
STOP. Dont touch the beer. Dont open it again unless you want to take a gravity reading. I dont
even think about a gravity reading untill after a week after 3 days you know its going to be
Posted in thread: should i dry hop? on 11-29-2008 at 09:34 PM
Or just dry hop with .25 oz. Just enough to be noticed but not overpower the beer. But then
again my ex always said I had no style, and truly I make beers I like and styles to me are
guidelines and no...
Posted in thread: Filter Hop From Primary Fermentation on 11-29-2008 at 09:27 PM
I am currently brewing my first IPA. I threw in about 6-7oz of hops during the wort boiling,
and then I dry hopped 2oz during the primary fermentation (I know secondary is most common, I
Posted in thread: How did you find us? on 11-29-2008 at 09:09 PM
+1 for google.
- Completely new to brewing
- Fermenting bucket popped open!?
- What are you drinking now?
- Using hulled barley along with 2 row
- Fridgenstein Side-By-Side Kegerator / Fermentation chamber
- Am I in Trouble?
- Canned samuel adams
- Local beer swap-o-rama!
- Bottle Bombs (does it effect all?)
- Quad stuck at 1.046-help!
- Graff (Malty, slightly hopped cider)