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Posted in thread: Canning Your Beer? on 10-21-2016 at 06:52 PM
Well fellas, website is up and orders are being accepted! Sorry about the price bump, but we
are really happy with the robustness of the final design. Several breweries have been using it
now for a wh...
Posted in thread: Raspberries in a craft beer on 10-17-2016 at 11:28 PM
I've used fresh and frozen. Frozen will work just fine. Just let them thaw out, put them in a
mesh bag to contain the seeds, and add it to the fermenter after fermentation has slowed or
Posted in thread: Keezer collars - which wood to use? on 09-07-2016 at 03:59 PM
First time posting photos on here, so please excuse me if they don't attach correctly.I just
finished my keezer build a couple months ago. I went with 1.5" cherry, 1.5" foam backing, and
then wrapped ...
Posted in thread: Question about sours on 08-19-2016 at 08:03 PM
I've had quite a few homebrewed berliner weisse that have this problem. As said above, if you
don't do a good job keeping oxygen out or proper temperatures, you can let other bacteria take
over and yo...
Posted in thread: newbie primary questions on 08-19-2016 at 07:14 PM
All 3 of your photos look like the beer is still fermenting. All, or at least most of the
krausen "head" should fall....usually. Generally you will want to leave it in primary a minimum
of about a wee...
Posted in thread: Something's gone very, very wrong... on 08-19-2016 at 07:09 PM
Are you using a spring loaded bottle filler? When I was bottling, I'd rinse the bottle filler
out but never bothered to take it apart. I didn't know it came apart for the longest time lol.
When I fina...
Posted in thread: Using Corny Keg in Commercial Kegerator on 08-09-2016 at 03:18 PM
Not sure about in your neck of the woods, but I used to work for a distributor and we'd rent
empties occasionally - so it's worth a try.Agreed, it's worth a shot. Just tell them that
you're a homebrew...
Posted in thread: Temp controller fluctuations? on 08-08-2016 at 11:50 PM
2 degree fluctuation should be fine. If your controller turns on and off every time it drops a
degree it will put extra wear and tear on your freezer compressor. But also like stated above,
Posted in thread: Using Corny Keg in Commercial Kegerator on 08-08-2016 at 11:45 PM
Also, I brewed beer for a friends wedding once. He rented a kegerator and I told him to call
the place to see if they had the option of a ball lock setup, which they did for no extra
charge. I'd call ...
Posted in thread: Using Corny Keg in Commercial Kegerator on 08-08-2016 at 11:43 PM
Buy a keg of your favorite commercial beer and drink it up before the wedding. Fill it with
your homebrew, use the adapters, and then return the keg to the retailer after the wedding.