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Posted in thread: Help! Brining Turkey In Ale Pale!! Bad Idea For Future Use?? on 11-27-2009 at 01:17 AM
Oh god, I thought this'd be the year we didn't get a thread like this. :rolleyes:5 gallon
buckets are cheap.....Go to the nearest ACO and get one.Don't use one of your fermenters, all
you need is a sc...
Posted in thread: Black char on outside of brewpot on 11-18-2009 at 07:36 PM
Ayup. Check the throat of the burner for cobwebs and insect parts and adjust the venturi for a
nice clean burning flame. The air to gas mix is off somehow and creating the soot.Pro-Tip: Take
a sponge ...
Posted in thread: Anyone have a leinenkugel's berry weiss clone recipe on 11-10-2009 at 03:56 PM
I don't think the flavor is blackberry- it tastes more like blueberry to me. I think that a
lighter 65% barley, 25%wheat, 10% honey beer, fermented with lager yeast at 50 degrees, with
IBUs of about 1...
Posted in thread: Yummy beer score today, and a challenge for HBT on 10-08-2009 at 03:31 AM
Upland Kiwi LambicSeriously though if you like lambics any of the Upland series is good.
PopSkull from 3F's would be another good one. Are we talking year round distro's here or do you
mean "any" when...
Posted in thread: Mobile kegerator build thread on 10-08-2009 at 03:18 AM
Thanks all. Glad you're enjoying :)That was my original idea, but I was concerned about the
beer in the lines getting warm and causing trouble. Even with insulation in the arms, it's
going to warm up ...
Posted in thread: Mobile kegerator build thread on 10-08-2009 at 02:16 AM
That is pretty nice man. You should see if there is anyway you can run your beer outline down
his arm and out to his hand, so it looks as though he is pouring your beer for you. Good luck
Posted in thread: My beer is cloudy again. on 10-07-2009 at 03:30 PM
What was your gravity going into the secondary? It sounds to me like if you have things moving
around in there and you didn't stir it up at all, then your fermentation kicked off again. If
the beer ju...
Posted in thread: Sparge confusion on 10-07-2009 at 02:16 PM
One main reason for a mash out is, that when you raise the grain temp above 170ish, it halts
the enzymnatic activity, essentially stopping the conversion.
Posted in thread: Sparge confusion on 10-07-2009 at 01:51 PM
I suppose it is all a matter of how long the sparge is. If you run 168dF water over a 150+dF
grain bed for long enough, eventually it will reach 168dF.
Posted in thread: Is it ruined? Doh! on 10-07-2009 at 03:16 AM
You will be fine. I would recommend for the future though, a spray bottle of water for just
such an occasion. Much easier then trying to manage with a fan and fire control. When it starts
to foam up, ...