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Posted in thread: Cloudy while checking final gravity on 02-14-2014 at 09:04 PM
You could honestly just leave it in primary for 2-3 weeks and then bottle it from there.
Racking to a secondary carboy isn't necessary. Don't worry about the cloudiness or some off
flavors, that's nor...
Posted in thread: Rebel Brewer Giveaway! on 11-21-2013 at 09:44 PM
Posted in thread: Starters in Warm Weather on 08-23-2013 at 01:04 PM
I would crash it now. I typically only let my starters run for 18-24 hours (until about high
krausen), although sometimes longer if I haven't noticed any activity. You don't really want
your starter f...
Posted in thread: Maris vs 2 row Imperial IPA on 08-20-2013 at 10:48 PM
I'd say go for it, I love using Maris Otter. Expect a little more of a biscuity/bready
character in your beer.
Posted in thread: How long is your Brew Day??? on 08-20-2013 at 10:44 PM
I typically have my brew day down to about 5-5.5 hours from start to finish. All grain 2.5gal
batches on the stove.
Posted in thread: Over a year old wyeast on 08-20-2013 at 10:41 PM
Well according to MrMalty, it's about 1% viable. I would recommend starting with a fresh pack
in this case.
Posted in thread: New to Home Brewing with questions on 08-16-2013 at 02:42 AM
Hi BanginBanjoSo if I wanted to make the standard 5 gal brewing I would need to get a 8 gal or
greater? And I will take a look at that thread regarding aluminum kettles.thanks for your
input. you gave...
Posted in thread: New to Home Brewing with questions on 08-15-2013 at 10:13 PM
I believe you have everything you need there for some extract brewing, minus the kettle. As far
as the kettle is concerned, the size will depend on the batch size your brewing. If your
Posted in thread: Carbonation on 08-12-2013 at 10:16 PM
Keep in mind that it takes 2-3 weeks for the beer to reach equilibrium in the bottle, as far as
co2 absorption is concerned. You may have noticed that despite the huge head, your beer might
have felt ...
Posted in thread: Super cloudy and super active on 08-12-2013 at 10:13 PM
Seems normal to me. In my experience the beer always looks cloudy during fermentation, as it
should since you have billions of yeasties running around in there. Yeast are also more active
at higher te...