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Posted in thread: Line Length for a Nitrogen Draft on 10-19-2014 at 09:36 PM
Hi TAK,I don't know if you'll catch a thread this old, but I'll give it a try.I'm toying with
the idea of building a keezer (probably a ways off yet), but when I do I'd like to have a stout
tap on it ...
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Posted in thread: Questions - Dry Hopping, Gelatin & Cold Crashing on 03-12-2014 at 01:22 AM
What yeast are you using? If your going to use a secondary I think you would just want to
transfer it and then cold crash before you bottle/keg.I'm actually drinking ferocious right now
:cross: I did ...
Posted in thread: Questions - Dry Hopping, Gelatin & Cold Crashing on 03-12-2014 at 12:12 AM
The recipe I'm following calls for adding the hops in the secondary, and reviews from others
that have brewed this kit, and others that have used this particular yeast, say the yeast
really stays in s...
Posted in thread: Questions - Dry Hopping, Gelatin & Cold Crashing on 03-09-2014 at 03:59 PM
Hi,I have an IPA in the primary right now, and I'll be trying several things for the first time
in the secondary. And so, I have questions!1. Dry Hopping. The recipe calls for additional hops
in the s...
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Posted in thread: Filtering Beer - Good, Bad, (Ugly)? on 03-02-2014 at 04:12 PM
Hi,I'm thinking about buying a filter system, like the type Midwest Supplies sells that uses
CO2 to push beer from keg to keg through a filter. I'm mainly considering this to achieve a
Posted in thread: Wyeast ACT1000 Headwaters Ale - Fermentation Temperature? on 03-01-2014 at 12:10 AM
My first liquid yeast was Wyeast 3787 - Trappist, for a Trappist Ale. I started the
fermentation at 65 degrees on that one, but a few members said I should raise that to around 72
(I think - I tried t...