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  • Posted in thread: Using Keg as Secondary for Lager on 01-19-2010 at 04:15 AM
    I am not a lager expert, hence this post, but doesn't the yeast strain have more to do with a
    beer being a lager than sediment in the beer? If you can't naturally carbonate a lager than how
    do you bot...

  • Posted in thread: Using Keg as Secondary for Lager on 01-18-2010 at 07:09 PM
    I did not get all the soda/acid residue out of the keg well enough before I dumped my beer. At
    least that is what I think happened. The beer had a very funny twang to it that I have not had
    with bottl...

  • Posted in thread: Using Keg as Secondary for Lager on 01-18-2010 at 02:43 PM
    Thanks for your thoughts CarsonCE! My plan is to leave it at 35 to 40 degrees for 3 to 4 weeks
    and then bring it in to room temperature for a few weeks to carbonate. Hopefully it works out.
    My first k...

  • Posted in thread: Using Keg as Secondary for Lager on 01-18-2010 at 01:37 AM
    So, I went ahead and added the priming sugar in the keg and put my keg in the garage at 40
    degrees. I suppose I will need to bring the keg in to room temp in order for the priming sugar
    to carbonate t...

  • Posted in thread: Using Keg as Secondary for Lager on 01-16-2010 at 05:06 PM
    I am in the process of making my first lager and I am at the point of needing to move it to the
    secondary and plan on using one of my kegs for this. Question, can I also add priming sugar to
    the keg s...

  • Posted in thread: Home Builders - Question on 05-16-2009 at 12:44 PM
    It is normal practice for the pump and/or concrete truck to wash out at the location the
    concrete was poured, but the contractor who poured the concrete should have removed these
    "clumps" when they we...

  • Posted in thread: Treat your yard yourself? Or hire it out? on 05-12-2009 at 11:48 PM
    Gila, with all the bedroom action you are not getting you should have plenty of time to take
    care of your yard:D

  • Posted in thread: Forgot to take reading with hydrometer- is this a problem? on 05-10-2009 at 02:33 AM
    I would just assume it is fine and wait one week or so and then take a hydrometer reading to
    make sure it is below 1.010. It will be alcohol, but you just won't know how potent it is since
    you didn't ...

  • Posted in thread: You might be a redkneck........... on 05-10-2009 at 01:03 AM
    What about mushroom hunting, bass fishing, and beer brewing all in a span of two days? All that
    seems to be missing is some gun shooting and nascar..... whoops nascar is on tonight, guess I
    might be r...

  • Posted in thread: Anybody have experience with paving? on 04-16-2009 at 02:10 AM
    Expect to pay around $4/SF for a 5-inch thick concrete driveway and about $1/SF for removal of
    the old driveway. For a 1,300 SF driveway this would come out to be about $6,500. If you can
    get it for $...

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