Last Activity:01-21-2009 8:04 AM
Posted in thread: Basic Winemaking Information Here! on 11-27-2007 at 07:54 PM
So, here is what I have learned through my first wine kit based on questions in this
thread:Transferring: my instructions said to wait until the SG is at a certain level, I did so.
It also said to lea...
Posted in thread: Juice Bag Opener and tools question on 10-19-2007 at 02:30 PM
Yooper chick:I think i bought the same corker that shakz has in his post on the first page of
this thread. Can I not use #9 corks for that? I think that is what I bought. Will I break the
corks? I onl...
Posted in thread: Juice Bag Opener and tools question on 10-18-2007 at 01:43 PM
Bottles are not a problem anymore. I have a friend who owns a couple of bars and an italian
restaurant here in town. He said he would have 30 bottles to me in a week.
Posted in thread: Discount on 10-17-2007 at 07:18 PM
Does anyone know of any discount codes to use on Austin Home Brews website to order?
Posted in thread: Juice Bag Opener and tools question on 10-17-2007 at 06:53 PM
OK, but renting in not an option. Can someone that uses any other corker besides a floor corker
tell me good/bad about your corker?
Posted in thread: Juice Bag Opener and tools question on 10-17-2007 at 06:36 PM
No, I am in the middle of Kansas. No LHBSs around here.
Posted in thread: Juice Bag Opener and tools question on 10-17-2007 at 06:16 PM
Some sites say you need to purchase a $7 tool to open the juice bags. Is this really necessary?
Also, If I didnt want to go to the expense of a floor corker yet, what would be the best corker
to get? ...
Posted in thread: Wine Newbie questions on 10-17-2007 at 02:29 PM
I making Red. Probably a Pinot Noir. That is the wife's favorite. I found two kits on Austins
website, one that was 50, one that was around 90. I will probably go for the more expensive
one, that is s...
Posted in thread: Wine Newbie questions on 10-17-2007 at 01:24 PM
The wife gave me the ok to buy some wine making supplies and make some wine. I have been making
beer for a while.I have a bucket that is marked for 5 gallons, it says 6 is the bottom ridge of
the top ...
Posted in thread: Did I ruin my brew? on 09-20-2007 at 01:08 PM
Guess I don't feel so bad now. Thanks for the input....I will put the airlock on before
snapping on the lid from now on....sounds like that is the solution! And Malkore, I am sure I
can find a proper ...
- Do you have a beard?
- Missed my numbers, how will this affect the final beer?
- Growing Yeast from a bottle
- Cigar City Beer Dinner
- lets see your full Fermenters
- Mistakenly got Melanoidin instead of Carafoam for a Helles. Thoughts?
- Possible to ferment too long?
- Meat is not a protein source
- Priming sugar and kegging: same or less sugar than bottles?
- Anyone for a 80 acre hoppy wheat?
- What are you drinking now?