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Posted in thread: Stella-esque beer on 01-01-2014 at 01:30 AM
i have been running in circles for the last few weeks. i brewed this beer over 5 weeks ago, it
has been in the secondary for about a month... do i need to repitch yeast before i bottle? i am
going to ...
Posted in thread: Stella-esque beer on 12-09-2013 at 06:35 PM
Not really, the priming sugar won't add any residual sweetness, and its probably not a good
idea to try to make an adjustment at this point. Just let it ride and see how it turns out,
then make your r...
Posted in thread: Stella-esque beer on 12-09-2013 at 05:18 PM
i dont like how light it tastes. is there a way to impart a little residual sweetness by
bottling with something other than corn sugar? like honey or something?
Posted in thread: Stella-esque beer on 12-09-2013 at 04:58 PM
It was fermented at ale temps so it probably doesn't need the diacetyl rest. I don't think this
beer needed to be put into a secondary at all, so it can be bottled as soon as the gravity has
Posted in thread: Stella-esque beer on 12-09-2013 at 04:50 PM
Did you do a diacetyl rest? you may want to leave it at room temp for a few days to avoid
having the beer taste like buttered popcorn. I'm not sure if that's possible in a secondary,
anybody know?And ...
Posted in thread: Stella-esque beer on 12-09-2013 at 03:38 PM
just transferred to secondary. gravity is at 1.015 right now.. how long would you let it be in
the secondary before bottling? i washed and saved a bit of the yeast, do you think i will need
Posted in thread: Stella-esque beer on 11-23-2013 at 05:55 PM
still at 56f, how many days should i wait to takr a hydrometer reading? the bubbling is slowing
down alot. the scent from the airlock is that of a light beer. thick krausen, and about 2
inches of sedi...
Posted in thread: Stella-esque beer on 11-21-2013 at 12:58 AM
Steady bubblage every 5-7 seconds. At 56f now. It is wrapped up in a couple of blankets. We
will see how the next couple weeks go!
Posted in thread: Stella-esque beer on 11-20-2013 at 07:14 PM
Well. As long as is drinkable ill be happy :)
Posted in thread: Stella-esque beer on 11-20-2013 at 05:55 PM
consider using a kolsch ale yeast and fermenting at the very low end of ale temp range,
something like 55-60 degrees. Using lager yeast properly would require more temperature control
than you have av...