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Posted in thread: My Fireball Mead Attempt on 01-18-2015 at 07:00 PM
I'm looking for a cinnamon candy or something to back sweeten with. I was going to go with the
cinnamon jolly ranchers but the store that sold them say they are now discontinued. My fireball
mead was ...
Posted in thread: Keg Force Carbing Methods Illustrated on 12-30-2014 at 08:01 AM
30PSI for 36 hours at 40F. No rolling, shaking, vibrating, bouncing, rocking.36 hours, 1.5
days. Then drop to 12-13psi for serving and keeping it carbed.But as mentioned pick a technique
because they ...
Posted in thread: Keg Force Carbing Methods Illustrated on 12-29-2014 at 06:10 PM
Okay so I've been reading this for 2 days now and still can't find a definite answer it seems
like everyone has a different way of doing it. I am new to kegging I just brewed a brown ale
and ready for...
Posted in thread: Beer vs. soda serving pressure on 12-25-2014 at 08:41 AM
If it's soda then 35psi for a week will carb it.Commercial beer will come pre carbed ready to
go. You might need different connections for their keg though. I'd just purge and set to 12-14
Posted in thread: Who's smoking meat this weekend? on 12-24-2014 at 07:24 AM
I just finished smoking some salmon with Jim beam smoke. Yesterday I finished smoking a pork
tenderloin cut into small strips to make pork jerky using apple smoke.
Posted in thread: Beer vs. soda serving pressure on 12-24-2014 at 06:19 AM
My primary regulator at co2 tank is 60psi, and my 3 secondary regulators are also 60psi. If
there is a 160psi regulator you won't need it as the corny kegs are only rated to 120psi max.
And soda is on...
Posted in thread: Beer vs. soda serving pressure on 12-19-2014 at 07:47 PM
Looks good. You will need a primary regulator that hooks up to your CO2 tank set to 32psi. From
there you can t it off and run a line to the soda. set the regulator to what ever psi you want
Posted in thread: Kegging Carb Advice on 12-18-2014 at 10:14 PM
I'd give it closer to 36 hours at 30psi, but otherwise your plan is fine.Good luck!This is what
I do and it works great every time.I also lower the psi to 12 when done.Before lowering psi I
Posted in thread: Q's Re: Paddock Wood ReadyBrew 23L Wort Kit on 12-12-2014 at 11:23 PM
Thanks!Yeah a bit more pricy but I was hoping for a better flavor trade off. At least with the
Readybrew I'm getting my feet wet with the smackpacs. I bet if I did a starter with the
Brewhouse kits it...
Posted in thread: Q's Re: Paddock Wood ReadyBrew 23L Wort Kit on 12-12-2014 at 05:27 PM
How did this turn out for you?My LBS is making a switch from Brewhouse to the Readybrew by
Paddock wood brewing. I've heard good reviews from this brewery. I just started a American Red
Ale. I was als...