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Posted in thread: Dry hopping and cold crashing help on 06-04-2013 at 03:41 AM
Dry hop for 7 days then cold crash. Omit the warm-up. You will be warming it after you bottle
and store for 3 weeks at 70f.
Posted in thread: Heh--does this look infected? Oh, this is actually not funny. on 06-04-2013 at 03:33 AM
How long was it in primary before you racked it over.
Posted in thread: First time brewing Pumpkin Ale on 06-04-2013 at 03:31 AM
Ageing can cure many problems, especially during extended primary fermentations. A dark or
heavy or veggie ale like pumpkin can benifit from long primaries, 4 weeks or more...
Posted in thread: Why so foamy??!! on 06-04-2013 at 01:52 AM
If it's foaming, it should'nt be flat, most likely it's over-carbed. Bleed all the pressure off
the keg 2 or 3 times and then set it back to your serving psi and you should be good to go.
Posted in thread: Kegging question on 06-04-2013 at 01:47 AM
2 or 3 weeks.
Posted in thread: Kegging question on 06-04-2013 at 01:46 AM
Sometimes when you change regulator settings you will need to make adjustments a few times to
get it stable, once it's set it will stay put. You wont always back pressure your gas lines,
usually only ...
Posted in thread: Kegging question on 06-04-2013 at 12:49 AM
Hit it with the 27psi and then bleed it off a couple times to purge the O2. Then after it's
sealed, bleed it back down to around 10psi and let it sit. If you dont bleed it down to 10 or
12psi after th...
Posted in thread: First time brewing Pumpkin Ale on 06-04-2013 at 12:42 AM
Cold crash near freezing for 48 hours or until it clears. Also, if your not dry hopping, you
really won't need to rack to secondary. Just cold crash the primary and rack it to your keg or
Posted in thread: Heh--does this look infected? Oh, this is actually not funny. on 06-04-2013 at 12:31 AM
Like Surfer said, taste it, you'll know if it's good or bad. And just my 2 cents worth, but
that looks like way to much head space for a secondary. The more surface area you have after
primary is comp...
Posted in thread: First time brewing Pumpkin Ale on 06-04-2013 at 12:21 AM
A pumpkin ale will always be a burnt orange color during primary. The yeast mix's with the trub
during active fermentation resulting in that color, at least that's what I see when brewing a
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