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Posted in thread: What do I calculate the boil-off from? Simple the pre-boil and after-boil sizes? on 11-04-2013 at 01:49 PM
I am not talking about one, always-the-same boil-off rate. Every time you brew....depending on
different things the boil-off will vary....in my case...depending on the strength off the heat,
the room ...
Posted in thread: Who's using their 14,000 BTU stove burner? on 10-29-2013 at 12:32 AM
I do it and it works fine, I have a main burner about 16K btu, and I put the kettle over that
and a smaller 6K burner and can bring 7.5g to a boil in about 45 minutes. Inside brewing (rain
or shine) B...
Posted in thread: Beginner extract brewing howto on 10-14-2013 at 10:30 PM
Couldn't this sticky be updated to discuss, and encourage, late extract addition? I think point
4 is a little confusing.4. Bring the water to a boil. Remove the boiling water from the stove,
to avoid ...
Posted in thread: Wort chiller on 06-10-2013 at 05:09 PM
A cup or two of vinegar in a pot of water just big enough to place the chiller in will do a
great job getting it really clean.
Posted in thread: Staying Within SRM Specs on 01-16-2013 at 01:13 PM
Add the honey in at the very end of the boil. (for possibly less color due to caramelization)
You could also prime the bottles with honey, instead of corn sugar.
Posted in thread: I Seek Thy Judgement... PLEASE help me out... on 01-14-2013 at 03:11 AM
First of all like previously mentioned a finer grain crush will help you the most. While
mashing and sparging you should stir the mash a few minutes before draining. Not 30 minutes
ahead a couple minu...
Posted in thread: best online supply house?? on 01-11-2013 at 04:10 AM
Morebeer.com or Northernbrewer.com or Austinhomebrew.com or Midwestsupplies.com all are very
good and offer a full range of whatever you may need.
Posted in thread: Never dump your beer!!! Patience IS a virtue!!! Time heals all things, even beer! on 01-10-2013 at 11:40 PM
I agree with BK. Why on earth should a beer take forever to condition, unless one of two things
is true- either it was poorly made (and then some flaws MAY condition out), or it is a big
Posted in thread: Never dump your beer!!! Patience IS a virtue!!! Time heals all things, even beer! on 01-10-2013 at 12:44 AM
Commercial breweries who bottle condition (Sierra Nevada, Rochefort, Ommegang, et cetera)
typically ship out after about one week, maybe a week and a half. If your beer takes 3-weeks to
carbonate you ...
Posted in thread: Never dump your beer!!! Patience IS a virtue!!! Time heals all things, even beer! on 01-09-2013 at 09:36 PM
I think in general you have two types of brewers. The first doesn't really care about quality
and doing things right they just want cheap beer. The others like most of the posters myself