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Posted in thread: Caramel Apple Hard Cider on 12-05-2016 at 02:13 AM
So i made this recently and just poured my first pint from my keg. Its tasty and everyone loves
it...however its really sweet for my personal taste. If i make this again i will probably half
Posted in thread: Nottingham fermentation and Human error on 12-01-2016 at 07:06 PM
Are you doing this at room temp or did you take steps to keep the fermentation cooler? Notty
does well from upper 50's to mid-60's. Letting it get above 68*F (liquid temp which can be
higher than room...
Posted in thread: Cider and Kegging on 12-01-2016 at 02:18 AM
Cold temps in the fridge and keg will indeed keep fermentation to a minimum.Even with fridge
temps it might not completely stop fermentation after adding additional sugar. (That's how we
bottle carb j...
Posted in thread: Nottingham fermentation and Human error on 12-01-2016 at 02:13 AM
Sometimes out little yeastie buddies are pretty stealthy and don't always have a big Krausen to
indicate a lot of activity, but they're doing their work. What temp? If in the mid to high
60's, Notty s...
Posted in thread: Nottingham fermentation and Human error on 11-30-2016 at 11:11 PM
So i recently pitched some Nottingham into a bucket of cider (OG 1.070), and i was a little
concerned when the next day i didn't see any activity in the air lock, and again the next, and
the next. it ...
Posted in thread: Cider and Kegging on 11-30-2016 at 10:47 PM
Check out the Cider for Beginners sticky: some information on the first page regarding
"backsweetening" and "sweetening" the cider. Basically, a couple of racking steps to clear the
lees and minimiz...
Posted in thread: Cider and Kegging on 11-30-2016 at 09:51 PM
So im in the process of making an apple cider and im looking to keg it to get a sweet sparkly
kind of goodness. I will sweeten it with juice concentrate when its kegged but since im new to
the keg gam...
Posted in thread: settlement woes on 09-13-2016 at 11:03 PM
You guys are amazing, thank you!
Posted in thread: settlement woes on 09-13-2016 at 03:36 AM
I cold-crash in a top-freezer refrigerator, it takes the better part of two days to drop 11
gallons of beer from 68°F dry-hopping temperature down to 36°F but it does the job, drops the
pellet mush an...
Posted in thread: settlement woes on 09-13-2016 at 03:17 AM
Cold crash. Add finings. Don't get greedy when you siphon.Yeah the siphoning bit i already
planned on being careful with. Would you recommend gelatin for fining? What about a good temp
for crashing? I...