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Posted in thread: Stone Ruination Clone on 09-17-2015 at 02:11 PM
Will likely brew this recipe soon. Posting here so I don't lose it!
Posted in thread: Three Floyds Zombie Dust Clone on 09-03-2015 at 01:16 PM
I'm not talking about watering down your beer.I'm talking about starting with 7 gallons
pre-boil, but ending up with only 5.5 gallons post-boil because you boiled off too much water.
So you add a half...
Posted in thread: Three Floyds Zombie Dust Clone on 08-31-2015 at 05:05 PM
Likewise, if your boil is a bit too vigorous, and you end up with too little wort after
flameout, add water until you get to your desired post-boil volume and/or gravity. As long as
the resulting wort...
Posted in thread: Three Floyds Zombie Dust Clone on 08-25-2015 at 12:31 PM
I created a new thread where I ask why this beer came out cloudy. Never had that happen for
me.Here's the link - the beer TASTES great, just very unappealing. I used gotbags-10's
Posted in thread: First cloudy beer. Why? on 08-25-2015 at 12:28 PM
Well I have extremely cloudy beer. It's a first for me. Hoping to see what others think of why
it turned out that way.Made the Zombie Dust clone.[*]At flameout added 4 oz Citra[*]Let cool
for 25 minut...
Posted in thread: Three Floyds Zombie Dust Clone on 08-19-2015 at 12:33 PM
Opened the lid @day 10 and took a taste. Not too bad -- but I do detect the "cat piss" aroma
that came from boiling 0.75 oz of Citra for 60 minutes (well technically FWH). I don't
necessarily mind it,...
Posted in thread: can i brew a 5 gallon in a 20 gallon pot on 08-10-2015 at 06:22 PM
Cooling the wort isn't that big of deal... I no chill in the kettle for a few hours with the
lid on, transfer to fermenter, wait until pitching temp, ~18-24 hrs, then pitch. Not really a
Posted in thread: can i brew a 5 gallon in a 20 gallon pot on 08-10-2015 at 03:58 PM
I brew 5 gallon batches in a 25 gallon aluminum boil kettle. Primary concern is cooling the hot
wort. Can your immersion chiller reach the bottom of the pot? Do you have an immersion chiller?
Posted in thread: 3711 temperature? on 08-07-2015 at 01:02 PM
To reiterate what others have said -- it seems this yeast will fully attenuate no matter the
temperature. From what I have read it seems to be one of the easiest of the saison yeasts. Lots
of others m...
Posted in thread: 3711 temperature? on 08-06-2015 at 07:25 PM
Brewing for the first time with 3711. If i put it in my basement it would ferment around 66
this time of year, if I left it upstairs it would be more like 74-76. Anyone have any insight
on what my be ...