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Posted in thread: 10 gallon batches / high gravity on 04-22-2015 at 02:42 AM
I like the idea of a partigyle... Hadn't heard of that before.Will definitely set up a hoist or
pulley.Any tips on increasing efficiency? Double grind grains, 90 min brews, squeeze the bag
like it owe...
Posted in thread: 10 gallon batches / high gravity on 04-21-2015 at 03:43 PM
I plan to start BIAB after I move next month. Saving money to buy a bigger pot and propane
burner.I'd like to eventually do 10 gallon batches of high gravity belgian beer (e.g. tripels,
Posted in thread: Kegging Newbie on 04-08-2015 at 01:14 AM
The one time I tried I rolled it at 30 psi for 6 minutes. Nothing. I even put it in the keezer
after I did it for another 12 hours and it didn't even absorb the co2. I still had to purge
it.Maybe my r...
Posted in thread: Kegging Newbie on 04-08-2015 at 01:01 AM
Too warm. No matter how much you roll it the co2 won't absorb. 46 is cool but probably not cool
enough. Move it to 35 or 38degrees and after it chills for 12-24 hours crank it up to 30 and
roll it for...
Posted in thread: Newbie question on kegging on 04-08-2015 at 12:55 AM
Yeh you can do this- I was in your same shoes a couple months ago and searched the forums and
found plenty of people do this. I've only done this a couple times but this is what I do:I only
have room ...
Posted in thread: Kegging Newbie on 04-08-2015 at 12:43 AM
I'm trying to force carbonate a keg for the first time. I racked to keg and cranked co2 to 30
psi and did the rolling method for about 20 minutes. I then moved the keg to my basement where
it is aroun...
Posted in thread: Keg Force Carbing Methods Illustrated on 04-02-2015 at 01:08 AM
Not sure why you would need ANY priming sugar when carbing with CO2. Priming sugar is used to
feed yeast to carb naturally and that is not what you are doing when kegging.Some people add
sugar to thei...
Posted in thread: Best method for rinsing beer lines on 03-27-2015 at 04:16 PM
You could spend time and money to build a hand pump.... or save yourself and just use what you
already have: rinse lines with oxyclean/water/starsan (in that order) from the keg (as you
clean it) usin...
Posted in thread: CO2 build up bottling? on 03-27-2015 at 04:02 PM
I cap as I go and don't think its significant (especially if your filling nearly to the top and
drinking your beer pretty quickly without aging for very long). But, I usually have help: wife
Posted in thread: 5 batches brewed 4 infected! on 03-26-2015 at 12:57 AM
Sorry yes 1.001 and 1.002266428Sure doesn't look infected. Maybe oxidized? How did it taste
early on in the process?