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Posted in thread: Keg flat after being over carbed?? on 09-12-2013 at 02:43 AM
I had a keg of beer that was over carbed when my regulator failed and it was carbed up to
50psi. I kept bleeding off the gas from the keg for about a week and replaced my regulator (
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Posted in thread: Blue Moon Clone on 12-27-2012 at 10:22 PM
I just tapped a keg of this using the original basic recipe. The family really enjoyed it over
Christmas. I had been making a version of Austin Homebrews begian wit that has always been a
hit, but thi...
Posted in thread: Modelo Especial Clone? on 10-03-2012 at 06:04 PM
Here is the recipe as I brewed it from RCCOLA. This is close to being the best beer I have made
so far. Plan to make another batch in the spring when I can lager in my garage.Modelo Negra
Posted in thread: Storage Temp and kegging on 09-06-2012 at 06:54 PM
This thread was just what I was looking for. I have a keg in my keezer that I need to pull out
to cold condition a keg of Beermuncher's Ocktoberfast for a party at the end of September. I
was going to...
Posted in thread: Portable CO2 Keg Charger... any good? on 06-26-2012 at 03:05 AM
It won't vent out because the co2 pushes down the poppet in the post to inject it into the
Posted in thread: Diacetyl rest question on 05-08-2012 at 01:16 AM
For me it sounds like I will do a diacetyl rest and then lager. time isn't a big deal and since
it won't hurt I will do it.When I got home from work and saw all the comments in this thread I
Posted in thread: Diacetyl rest question on 05-07-2012 at 01:40 AM
Taste the beer, if you don't taste diacetyl there is no reason to do a rest. A "diacetyl rest"
really does nothing more than speed up a process that is going to occur anyway given sufficient
Posted in thread: Diacetyl rest question on 05-06-2012 at 10:56 PM
I am in the process of brewing a Modelo Negra clone which is m first lager brew. I have it in
the primary right now and plan on ding a diacetyl rest at the end of primary fermentation. My
question is ...
Posted in thread: Anyone BIAB? on 05-02-2012 at 09:36 PM
OK... first of all... forget 1.25qt per pound. With BIAB you'll be MUCH higher. use this to
determine the water needed. absorption+batch size+boil off+trub loss = water needed. to
determine the absorp...
Posted in thread: Anyone BIAB? on 05-02-2012 at 06:14 PM
10 gallon pots are perfect.. you can get them fairly cheap online (Aluminum is perfectly fine)I
have a 10 gallon pot and a recipe that calls for a 10.5Lb grain bill. I can do the no sparge