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Posted in thread: Ecy20 on 02-06-2016 at 01:48 AM
Damn. I guess I should sample it. Not going to be able to bottle this weekend so don't want to
mess with the carboy.
Posted in thread: Consecration kit from MoreBeer on 11-16-2015 at 01:58 AM
Just keg it!!!! Much less hassle...
Posted in thread: Fifty Pound Sack on 08-22-2015 at 09:11 PM
Too bad Rebel is charging too much for it to the point where now it's better off being bought
Posted in thread: Consecration kit from MoreBeer on 07-14-2015 at 11:53 AM
I added my oak almost a year ago in quantities proportional to a normal sized wine barrel. No
meed to time the oak addition with this method. Also simulates using a real barrel the entire
Posted in thread: bug country 2014 on 04-08-2015 at 11:13 PM
There is absolutely no need to rack off of the yeast bed. Should you decide to to reuse the
cake just make sure you carbon dioxide flush the racking vessel and then seal the top with an
airlock. A pel...
Posted in thread: HDPE solera on 03-27-2015 at 11:52 AM
Mine is a sour solera and I do not replenish my Sacc yeast at this point so I don't aerate. Now
if it is getting too sour I will aerate my wort and pre-ferment in a standard bucket with Sacc
Posted in thread: Closed-system pressurized fermentation technique! on 03-10-2015 at 05:53 PM
U can use a digital refractometer accurately (with a correction equation)
Posted in thread: Super Simple 15G Plastic Conical on 02-26-2015 at 06:59 PM
I guess if you utilize the same conical as the secondary you could run into the issue you
mentioned. In that case a small amount of air will be bubbled through the beer and into the
headspace. The car...
Posted in thread: Super Simple 15G Plastic Conical on 02-26-2015 at 06:55 PM
The amount of air that bubbles through is negligible. And unless you were doing a sour Solera
or some other long term beer cleaning the yeast trap and reattaching it to the same batch isn't
really a c...
Posted in thread: Consecration kit from MoreBeer on 02-22-2015 at 03:24 AM
Champagne yeast is wine yeast just a strain that ferments completely dry usually as far as