Last Activity:02-24-2008 6:36 PM
Posted in thread: Carb probs continue on 03-16-2008 at 03:21 AM
My beer isn't carbonating yet, not exactly sure how long it has been bottled but definetly long
enough. Anyway the current condition of the beers that i open is that they are flat for the
most part. V...
Posted in thread: Not Carbonating on 02-10-2008 at 06:31 AM
Just heated the bottles up in some water. Wasn't to sure as to how much to heat them. I just go
the water to the point where it was hot to the touch, which is as hot as it gets, and let them
sit for a...
Posted in thread: Not Carbonating on 02-08-2008 at 07:17 PM
Sounds like a good idea. I will give it shot and see what happens. Beats dumping all of it.
Posted in thread: Not Carbonating on 02-08-2008 at 03:57 PM
Bottles are stored in my kitchen. I generally keep the place at 65 degrees. The brew before
last, i waited about five weeks just because, and nothing happened what so ever. It was pretty
much the same...
Posted in thread: Not Carbonating on 02-08-2008 at 05:59 AM
The last brew i did was an extract kit and i used the priming sugar in the kit. Don't remember
the exact amount, but i remember checking that it was the correct amount as listed in the kit
Posted in thread: Not Carbonating on 02-08-2008 at 01:42 AM
Second brew in a row that did not carbonate. I can't figure out what the hell is going wrong,
because i brew each beer the same exact way. I think it tastes right, as far a flat beer goes.
Can this be...
Posted in thread: First Partial Mash Ingred Q's on 12-07-2007 at 10:29 PM
Sounds good, the only question that i have left about this is which pale malt do i use?Thanks
Posted in thread: First Partial Mash Ingred Q's on 12-07-2007 at 03:22 AM
Yes my heating element is capable of boiling 3 gallons of water. I have done the kits and they
turned out good without any problems.
Posted in thread: First Partial Mash Ingred Q's on 12-06-2007 at 09:53 PM
i have a five gallon pot, and that is what i would mash in.
Posted in thread: First Partial Mash Ingred Q's on 12-06-2007 at 08:16 PM
Link to the recipe: mash recipe3lbs extra light dme1lb wheat dme2lbs wheat flaked1.5 oz
goldings.75 oz orange peel, bitter.75 oz corianader seed1 pkg belgian witbier(Wyest #3944)For
mahsing the flake...