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Posted in thread: Keg Clog on 04-12-2013 at 08:58 PM
Hello all,I finished kegging my beer and its been sitting for a week and ready to go. But when
I went pour my first batch of god's nectar, it hardly dribbled out. Which is odd, because its
Posted in thread: Warm Yeast Vial before adding to Starter? on 03-09-2013 at 03:21 PM
Quick question: I have a chilled vial of yeast in my fridge and plan to make a starter this
afternoon for a brew day tomorrow at 1pm. Do I need to warm the vial up for a 3-4 hours BEFORE
I add it into...
Posted in thread: Brew day disaster on 07-19-2012 at 11:00 AM
It will make you feel even worse when it turns out to be the best beer that you have ever made
and you cannot duplicate it.Well, at least he now has documentation of what he did so he can
try to repli...
Posted in thread: Quick CO2 question - Leave it on or off? on 07-15-2012 at 06:06 PM
Yeah... my experience was with the shaking thing too... By the time I got it under control most
of the beer was gone. Never again!! :mug:Yeah that was my very first kegging experience. and it
made me ...
Posted in thread: Quick CO2 question - Leave it on or off? on 07-15-2012 at 05:55 PM
You need to leave it on. What you are doing there is forcing carbonation into the beer. If you
raise it to 30psi and shut off the gas you will get some carbonation but not much. The pressure
of the ga...
Posted in thread: Quick CO2 question - Leave it on or off? on 07-15-2012 at 05:47 PM
So im doing the carbing strategy of 30 PSI for 24 hours, 20 PSI for 24 hours, and then down to
serving PSI for 24 hours.My question: When I crank it to 30 PSI, should I shut off the CO2 and
let it? Or...
Posted in thread: First yeast starter - no signs of fermentation on 07-14-2012 at 03:50 PM
Thanks guys. You were right. I checked this morning and she's fermenting away! I guess I should
alow it to completely finish prior to pitching into my primary wart batch? I was originally
planning on ...
Posted in thread: First yeast starter - no signs of fermentation on 07-14-2012 at 05:29 AM
Yeah, 6 hours isn't enough.And for me personally, the starters never look like much. All you
are concerned about is the beautiful yeast that will be at the bottom of your starter.
Posted in thread: yeast starter on 07-14-2012 at 05:25 AM
Yeast make CO2 when they eat up the mini-wort mixture you made, therefore bubbles. This is both
normal, and good.
Posted in thread: Hydrometer question on 07-14-2012 at 05:23 AM
1) Tap water (as far as I know) isn't "pure water" therefore, won't have exactly a 1.0000
reading2) a Hydrometer is calibrated for either 61 or 68 degrees F, You need to adjust the
readings to account...