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Posted in thread: Help with BIAB technique on 03-03-2011 at 07:56 AM
I'm using the BIAB method as outlined on THIS site, by DeathBrewer... That method IS with two
pots, one for mash, the other for sparge. I'm not the only one getting solid results that way,
across a ra...
Posted in thread: Help with BIAB technique on 03-03-2011 at 07:22 AM
That's pretty funny since I hit 82% on a brew with an OG of 1.072.We hit 72% on a mutant mash
process for a 10 gallon batch with an OG of 1.065 (this past Saturday).I hit 79% on a brew with
an OG of 1...
Posted in thread: Help with BIAB technique on 03-03-2011 at 06:05 AM
One way to increase your efficiency is to mill your grain finer. If you are having your LHBS
mill it, ask them to run it through twice.A mash out step is also critical in maximizing
efficiency. The hi...
Posted in thread: ebay aquarium temp controller build on 02-03-2011 at 07:49 AM
yes, that's globalconn, and that's who I got mine from, too.I still really can't believe people
are complaining about the shipping time. If it's that important, just go buy one complete for
$90 from r...
Posted in thread: How to get rid of sulfur smell on 02-03-2011 at 07:12 AM
I use that yeast for my Bavarian weissbier. You will notice the sulfur odor diminish daily. I'm
guessing you fermented cool, low-mid 60's. It will turn out nice this at those temps, more
clove, less b...
Posted in thread: Can You Brew It recipe for Green Flash West Coast IPA on 04-29-2010 at 05:20 AM
Greenflash runs their water through an activated carbon filter and then adds gypsum.When
brewing IPA's or pale ales, I will add 6-8 grams of gypsum for a six gallon batch. When I do
not add the gypsum...
Posted in thread: Scented Oxy-Clean OK on glass? on 04-07-2010 at 06:59 AM
Yeah. You can also substitute all the grain in your recipe with table sugar - it's way cheaper
than malt or extract. :DJK. You're already saving money by using Oxi-Clean rather than B-Brite
Posted in thread: Cream Ale -- Which Yeast on 02-23-2010 at 04:40 AM
That is the yeast I use for my cream ale, ferment at the low end of the temp range. You won't
Posted in thread: San Diego Beer Week on 11-14-2009 at 03:53 AM
I went to Backstreet in Vista for some Beer Week specials last night. They had cask conditioned
Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard, cask conditioned Stone Smoked Porter with chipotle chiles,
Posted in thread: Direct heat mash tun on 11-10-2009 at 04:47 PM
10,000 BTU would be fine. I use an old turkey fryer burner with it turned down really low, it
can't be more than 12,000 BTU opened up all the way. Also I use a false bottom.