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Posted in thread: yeast slurry on 02-10-2013 at 05:43 PM
How does one go about saving the yeast slurry to reuse?The yeast washing process is probably
the best way to go...but i only ever use the slurry as it is.......I simply save it in a
Posted in thread: Over attenuation. Can I back sweeten with Malt Extract? on 02-10-2013 at 05:19 PM
You wont get much sweetness from maltodextrin!...ive used it on rare occasions in the past..its
more for adding body and mouthfeel rather than sweetness...i have a tub of the white powder
that i haven...
Posted in thread: highly attenuative yeast for bottling belgian golden strong on 01-26-2013 at 12:19 PM
Do you think that will help to get that champange character using duvel dregs?The champagne
character is very overrated when brewing beer!....the Duvel yeast will be far better suited to
providing a f...
Posted in thread: Who brews big beers? on 01-25-2013 at 10:33 PM
Scottish wee heavy has been in primary for ten days and still has insane airlock activity and
rich krausen. OG was 1.083 and used edinburgh ale yeast by WLP as a starter. When should this
slow down? K...
Posted in thread: highly attenuative yeast for bottling belgian golden strong on 01-25-2013 at 09:48 PM
Champagne yeasts can leave a Belgian style ale too dry..much better to use a real ale yeast
imo..i prefer my original strain of mixed yeast i cultured from a chimmay blue and duvel a year
ago...i use ...
Posted in thread: Rousing your carboy during fermentation? yes or no? on 01-25-2013 at 12:20 PM
Personally i ALWAYS ROUSE my beers during the first 3-4 days...especially high gravity ales and
barley wines etc....When the first vigorous fermentation starts...co2 is produced very
Posted in thread: Yeast - 6 on 01-24-2013 at 02:07 PM
May i ask what your objectives are?.......i am very interested in yeast strains and properties,
especially vitality and viability which are two different but very important qualities of our
Posted in thread: Lots of head, flat beer - First force Carbonation.. on 02-24-2012 at 10:02 PM
Carbon dioxide co2 solubility in water is largely dependent on two factors...PRESSURE!!!...and
TEMPERATURE!!!....combine a low temp with a high pressure and your problems will be
Posted in thread: Can I mix two fermenting beers? on 02-24-2012 at 09:45 PM
You can mix any brewing beers you want....there are NO rules in home brewed beers..but that
sort of defeats the objective of each individual beer and its respective type and taste
etc....if you are pa...
Posted in thread: What's the point of a mash tun? on 02-21-2012 at 09:52 AM
I like the sound of Peach Cobbler Ale ......the videos were very interesting thanks for
uploading them...i too wish soon to attempt AG and the main thing that worries me is the temp
of the mash.....i ...