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Posted in thread: Oconto Beer on 06-12-2012 at 05:32 PM
Hi Tom. Sorry I haven't responded sooner. I was hoping to find an old email/letter/notes from
contacting the brewer at the rail house. I do remember getting some info from him that I'll do
my best to ...
Posted in thread: krausen falls but still vigorously fermenting ??? on 10-05-2010 at 10:41 PM
How's your beer turn out when the krausen fell and reformed? Just happened to me for the 1st
time and I'm not concerned (since it's still bubbling away) but am curious as to why. It
happened to me wit...
Posted in thread: Alternative to Bottling or Kegging for a Wedding on 07-22-2010 at 10:04 PM
has the type of keg charger Yooper's talking about (I think). $19 plus S&H, but you need the
CO2 cartridges (sold on the same page). The 10-pack is probably enough to push 3 kegs, the
20-pack will d...
Posted in thread: Alternative to Bottling or Kegging for a Wedding on 07-22-2010 at 07:03 PM
In a bucket, the top would blow off before you got the pressure you needed for
carbonation....even with an air-tight screw on lid?
Posted in thread: Alternative to Bottling or Kegging for a Wedding on 07-22-2010 at 06:43 PM
Sounds like just the approach I'm looking for. It would be a weiss beer and as long as it's
semi-cold and has a head when poured it would fit the bill. Ideally I could get by using air
tight 5-gal pla...
Posted in thread: Alternative to Bottling or Kegging for a Wedding on 07-22-2010 at 06:32 PM
I'm brewing beer for a good friend's wedding. I'm planning on bottling about 14 gals, which
would only provide about 1/2 the beer. Brewing more would be the easy part, but I'm looking for
Posted in thread: Calculating Gravity Witout Removing Beer on 01-19-2010 at 04:18 PM
Thanks again everyone for your time and thoughful comments. Scone, thank you - that's the quick
and cheap solution that'll scratch my itch to monitor fermentation w/o opening the airlock. I
bought an ...
Posted in thread: Help pitching the right amount for lager on 01-12-2010 at 08:28 PM
Wow - you're very helpful, thank you. I have quite a bit on my hands that I could use - half a
mayonaise jar full of solid, settled yeast. It sounds like all I'd need is to pitch 5 oz of
Posted in thread: Help pitching the right amount for lager on 01-12-2010 at 07:12 PM
I'm planning on brewing this Saturday and will make a starter in the next few days. It's my
first lager and I want to make sure I pitch the right amount. The yeast I will use came from a
friend who wo...
Posted in thread: Calculating Gravity Witout Removing Beer on 01-05-2010 at 08:40 PM
You're spot on, SpanishCastleAle, I fully agree. My motivation here is admittedly for the pure
pleasure I take in actively monitoring what's going on, as opposed to improving the beer. It's