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Posted in thread: Chronical Fermenter by SS Brewing Technologies on 02-01-2014 at 06:48 AM
Email from SSBrewTech to notification list -"MoreBeer! will soon have Ss Brew Buckets...Yes
many of your are wondering how a few hundred Buckets sell out in like 5 minutes... so are we!!!
Posted in thread: Brew Bucket by SS Brewing Technologies on 02-01-2014 at 06:23 AM
I hope they keep the same price... I wouldn't count on it. Unless MoreBeer! is a non-profit
organization and I wasn't aware of it, they are going to want to make some money off of these
sales. I would...
Posted in thread: Chronical Fermenter by SS Brewing Technologies on 02-01-2014 at 06:13 AM
Well, it was fun while it lasted folks. MoreBeer! is now SSBrewTech's U.S. distributor so, kiss
those prices goodbye.
Posted in thread: Brett in a Belgian Golden Strong Ale? on 12-20-2012 at 06:12 PM
Here's the situation...I brewed a Belgian Golden Strong Ale a couple months back using nothing
but Belgian Pilsner malt and 3 lbs of cane sugar. The brewday went well. I hit my target O.G.
of 1.080 an...
Posted in thread: A question about counterflow chillers... on 11-20-2012 at 04:58 AM
I am currently using a copper immersion chiller but have been looking into purchasing a
counterflow chiller to help speed up the cooling process a bit but, there is one thing that I'm
unclear about. I...
Posted in thread: Cider is fermented out - what next? on 12-15-2011 at 04:18 PM
The situation:I have 5 gallons of fermented cider that has been conditioning/clearing in a
carboy for about a month now and I am ready to keg it. I let it ferment out completely so
obviously it is ver...
Posted in thread: Belgian Golden Strong Ale - FG concerns on 12-05-2011 at 11:45 PM
On 11/3 I brewed an AG, 6-gal batch of Belgian Golden Strong Ale. Here's the recipe that I used
(based on a recipe from Jamil Zainasheff):12.0*lb Pilsen Malt (I used Belgian Pilsner malt from
Posted in thread: Kettle on 10-27-2011 at 06:18 AM
I agree with muthafuggle in most cases. If you see yourself getting significantly deeper into
this homebrewing thing, it's better to buy for the future rather than waste money on equipment
that may be...
Posted in thread: Primary in bedroom on 10-27-2011 at 05:57 AM
If you want a successful fermentation and a good end-product, priority #1 should be locating
the fermenter in an environment with a stable temp that is within your yeast's temperature
range: ~65º - 70...
Posted in thread: Kettle on 10-27-2011 at 05:30 AM
Surely you have some kind of homebrew supply store(s) in Miami. A Google search found one
called Brew Box Miami that you could check out. I'd be surprised of there aren't others as
well. Nearly all of...