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Posted in thread: Bottling through fine nylon bag on 05-07-2014 at 07:59 PM
You really risk oxidizing (and hence ruining) the beer that way. Careful racking is generally
the best way to avoid "stuff" in the bottling bucket, but cold crashing a few days before
racking can help...
Posted in thread: Tripel turned out sour on 05-07-2014 at 07:51 PM
What yeast did you use?
Posted in thread: STC 1000 "Ebay" Temperature Controller Build on 03-23-2014 at 08:15 PM
I have my temp probe between some foam insulation and my fermenter. My stc1000 reads 17.1, but
the thermometer on the carboy reads 66F. How do I change the stc to read 18.8?Sent from my iPad
Posted in thread: odd taste after kegging on 03-14-2014 at 08:03 AM
I also wonder if it's your hoses. New hoses can be plasticky for a few pours, but will go away.
Also if your kegs are not new, you may need to replace the rubber rings and perhaps the
poppets. I would...
Posted in thread: First 5 gal batch on 03-12-2014 at 04:18 AM
Was there any carbonation to the beer? A week is pretty short for carbonation, especially in
the winter. What is the temperature where you are conditioning your beer? If it's sweet and has
Posted in thread: Hunter's Basement E-Brewery Build on 03-07-2014 at 04:56 AM
I've used 1056. I like it. It'll clear with time. Besides, it's homebrew. I've never used
gelatin. But I do have some on hand. Nice new brewery you've built. I've been following for a
Posted in thread: Layer in my fermenter on 02-22-2014 at 11:14 AM
It's just settling. Don't worry.
Posted in thread: Base grain 50# sacks, which ones? on 02-05-2014 at 07:49 PM
Thomas Fawcet Pale Malt, Rahr 2 Row and Marris Otter are 3 that I've bought. Join a Homebrew
club if you haven't already and get on the email lists. In our area there are usually 1 or 2
grain buys a y...
Posted in thread: First oatmeal stout comments on 01-31-2014 at 08:26 PM
I've used cascade in some American style stouts. It's good. I'm brewing a stout Sunday with
them. I agree with the above suggestions and personally I would drop the flakes wheat. Don't
add too many sp...
Posted in thread: Blood Orange Honey Saison on 01-05-2014 at 03:49 PM
I've added honey in pale ales. I don't know the technical terms, but basically honey is a
pretty sterile environment. No need to pasteurize it. I have added it to flame out, or very
late in the boil. ...