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Posted in thread: Corny Keg Lid has no Pressure Relief on 09-07-2011 at 03:55 AM
I have one and it drives me a little nuts, it's always the last one I fill. You just have to
get used to releasing pressure through the valve poppet.Nice score, btw!
Posted in thread: What is your idea of the perfect Homebrew store? on 09-07-2011 at 03:50 AM
+1 on the yeast strains, all I wish It was easier to find some of the odd ones. I think the
most important thing are the things that make any business work well. Good service, good
supplies, and a com...
Posted in thread: alternate sugar help on 09-07-2011 at 03:39 AM
Yooper's advice is good. For the time being I wouldn't worry about inverting the sugar, it just
adds another step to the process. If the recipe works for you, try playing with some different
types of ...
Posted in thread: American Wheat Fermentation complete? on 09-07-2011 at 03:22 AM
That does seem on the low side for your attenuation, but with the separate readings and
clearing, it's probably finished. What temperature did you mash at?
Posted in thread: alternate sugar help on 09-03-2011 at 06:03 AM
Yes, you can use table sugar for brewing. If you're priming with it you can use a calculator
like to figure the amount. Different sugars give different flavors, you can try brown,
demerara, white, c...
Posted in thread: High temps during fermentation on 09-03-2011 at 05:42 AM
Also, look for methods of temperature control. The wet t-shirt and a fan, the fermentor in a
bucket of ice...Fermentation temperature control will help you make a big difference in the
quality of your...
Posted in thread: High temps during fermentation on 09-03-2011 at 05:39 AM
While that's not out of range for ale yeast to function in, most strains like it a little
cooler than that. Also, folks often don't realize that the yeast make their own heat, so the
temp in the ferme...
Posted in thread: cleaning a gnarly blow-off tube on 08-30-2011 at 05:40 AM
Get a new one. For cold beer transfer vinyl is OK and very cheap. For regular cleaning of tubes
you can run a string or fishing linr through and pull a piece of cloth or sponge, but for badly
Posted in thread: Who's the hell is Brett? on 08-30-2011 at 05:33 AM
Yah, kegging it and refrigerating it should stop most yeast activity. As long as it tastes OK I
wouldn't worry. Even if it is Brett, it can take months for the sour and other Brett flavors to
Posted in thread: Naked City Brewing has a location!!!!! on 08-03-2008 at 06:22 AM
I live about two blocks away from you, and I am WAY stoked to have a nice brewpub in Greenwood.
Looking forward to many good pints!