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Last Activity:04-06-2005 8:17 PM
Posted in thread: supplies on 02-13-2005 at 06:50 PM
I'm a Beer, Beer and More Beer guy for most of my equipment and my kits. I have had great
response and delivery responses from them. www.morebeer.com They are UPS, I would prefer FedEx
because of the ...
Posted in thread: No Carbonation - Iím Stumped?! on 02-13-2005 at 06:43 PM
You could try re-priming each bottle, but exactly how much suger will be the tricky
part.Before you go and do this swirl each bottle to mix up the yeast that has fallen out and
put them in a room tha...
Posted in thread: Do you keep the beer labels or bottle caps from the interesting brews you've tried? on 02-12-2005 at 02:50 AM
They are high gravity Belgian type ales brewed in Quebec. I can't remember the brewer,
Unibroue, and yes you will remember these!I started keeping the labels, the bottle idea crossed
my mind but sound...
Posted in thread: being sick dangerous to beer? on 02-12-2005 at 02:43 AM
Now, I was home sick last week and it hit the mid 50's (a rare occasion in South Dakota in
February) and I was kicking myself for not having a kit on hand. I would have brewed that day.
Posted in thread: Sanitizing the racking cane on 02-12-2005 at 02:37 AM
1. just rack from your bucket into the next container ... secondary, keg etc.2. just soak one
end then turn it over and put the other end in the solution.3. before you use it use a spray
bottle after ...
Posted in thread: Priming in the bottle on 02-06-2005 at 02:40 PM
I mix the priming sugar into the wort in the bottling bin then bottle, it works well for me. I
do this with my kegs and the same principle for you. Mix in the priming sugar then fill the
kegs and then...
Posted in thread: Unfilled Space on 02-06-2005 at 02:34 PM
I am getting one bubble every two minutes or so. Will this open space cause oxidation in my
beer? The bubbling action is good, that means that there is at least a layer of CO2 on top of
the beer and...
Posted in thread: mashing, steeping.. what? on 02-06-2005 at 02:28 PM
Everything I've brewed so far I've used malt extracts. I'd like to learn how to "start from
scratch"... meaning using all raw ingredients. I live in barley country and barley is easy to
find (just thr...
Posted in thread: Water won't boil HELP! on 02-06-2005 at 02:20 PM
Hi all, first time brewer here, been reading and reading for weeks, I think I'm ready, the kit
I got is and extract kit, which I sampled at my local brew supplier and loved it. My problem is
the 5 gal...
Posted in thread: Anybody use software? on 02-04-2005 at 02:20 AM
Here is a palm program. I used this one for a while and it is a great program. You have to
know what you are doing and what you want. But I just started using ProMash now that I am an AG
brewer. I w...