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Posted in thread: The Drunken Celtic Brewers are back!!! on 09-04-2010 at 05:13 AM
Theeeeeeeyyyyy'rrrreee Baaaaaaacckkkk!!! The Drunken Celtic Brewers are going to do another
live brewcast this Sunday, 9/5/10 at 6PM EDT!!! We've done the Scotigyle, the Celtigyle, and
now we are goin...
Posted in thread: My lager freezer had the temp controller turned up! on 09-01-2010 at 12:55 PM
Posted in thread: My lager freezer had the temp controller turned up! on 08-31-2010 at 11:45 PM
I think that someone messed with the temp controller today cause the interior was still about
65 degrees F up from 45 degrees F. The wort/beer was at 75 degrees F. As of Sunday (7 days
after I pitched...
Posted in thread: Fredericksburg Homebrew Supplies on 05-25-2010 at 05:23 AM
I am excited as hell about this!!!! Can't wait til you guys start carrying stuff!!!:tank:
Posted in thread: I've got a friend that can only drink pasteurized beer/wine/mead on 05-25-2010 at 04:51 AM
Do any of you guys have ideas how to pasteurize my already bottled beer/wine/mead without
popping the caps or corks off/out? I've lost corks to 110 degree F temps so that worries
Posted in thread: Does anyone know the PPG and SRM of Black Strap Molasses? on 12-30-2009 at 06:09 PM
Thanks. I wish I had it to burn. That would totally work for me if I could do it. I am
estimating now that it is 100 SRM.:tank:
Posted in thread: Does anyone know the PPG and SRM of Black Strap Molasses? on 12-30-2009 at 01:32 PM
I am trying to punch the numbers in my brewing software but can't find any source for this
info.Any help would definitely be appreciated.Thanks!:tank:
Posted in thread: 1 gallon containers - plastic buckets or glass carboys? on 12-16-2009 at 03:40 PM
And the extra benefit Conpewter is that you can make cider with the AJ! :tank:
Posted in thread: 1 gallon containers - plastic buckets or glass carboys? on 12-16-2009 at 02:57 PM
The glass carboys are normally $3 to $4 each. They are nice to have around for future
experiments. Carboy handles are not necessary for the 1 gallon version. They are easy to
manuever around by hand w...
Posted in thread: What styles are normally quickest to produce? on 12-16-2009 at 02:53 PM
I would say that most beers 1.060 or less are ready to drink in 6 weeks. Anything can benefit
from aging, but 6 weeks is enough for most. I make a belgian wit that's ready and in fact
should be tapped...