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Posted in thread: Simcoe Select from Midwest fermentation question on 11-25-2014 at 04:01 AM
Can I take it from 68 degrees to 40 without problem?Sent from my iPad using Home Brewyes you
Posted in thread: When is a Slow Ferment Stuck on 11-25-2014 at 02:22 AM
check the gravity, wait it out.
Posted in thread: Is hot break trub caused by a slow boil? on 11-25-2014 at 02:20 AM
I had actually dumped EVERYTHING into my fermenter including the hot break, cold break, and
hops. It happened by accident then after some googling and a thread I had found here, it's
actually not a ba...
Posted in thread: Is this all yeast from my harvesting on 11-24-2014 at 11:42 PM
you do want to measure how much yeast you use, use mr malty to get an idea of how much to use.
you don't have to rinse this yeast before use or for storage, best to to just use it as is. you
can if yo...
Posted in thread: Beer becoming over carbonated - thoughts? on 11-21-2014 at 12:15 AM
. The beer in the keg always tastes fine, but after I transfer to a bottle, and it sits in
there for a few months, some of my beers will become over-carbonated and get some off
flavors.it depends on t...
Posted in thread: Is this an infection? on 11-20-2014 at 01:22 AM
bad picture but that looks like whatever you dumped in there. it's not a pellicle if that's
what you are wondering.
Posted in thread: Krausen but no fermentation? on 11-19-2014 at 04:27 PM
Really what I am wondering is, did I loose too much yeast in that blow out? no you didn't. if
your fermentation is slow it's not because of yeast lost in a blow out.
Posted in thread: Grain floating during sparge on 11-18-2014 at 02:48 AM
I have a 10 gallon keggle HERMS system and have had a hard time sparging lately. Everything
looks and acts normally during the mash. The grain bed is set, the wort is clear you can see
the grain bed t...
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Posted in thread: Yeast Washing Question on 11-14-2014 at 11:48 PM
you can just pour out the yeast that you need for the next batch and either save the rest
unwashed or throw it away. after the next beer ferments and gets packaged you can save some of
the next yeast ...