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Posted in thread: Thermowell vs Taping Probe to Outside on 07-13-2014 at 04:57 PM
Sounds like you need a Brewpi. Controlling the overshoot Is what it was built for. Because it
is PID driven, it learns your system and turns the fridge (or heater) off prior to reaching
your set point...
Posted in thread: Adding to RO water on 06-20-2014 at 09:31 PM
I tried to get into building water profiles, then realized how much actual science is involved.
:confused:I recommend starting here: Brewing Water Primer and consider how involved you want to
get. It ...
Posted in thread: 1-Gallon Brewers UNITE! on 06-20-2014 at 03:55 PM
Ok, dry yeast t58 rehydrated plenty of yeast, sg 1.064, fermented in the 70's, 1week
fermentation - pretty standard stuff and process I use for 5-10 gallon batches which always
attenuate. That's why i...
Posted in thread: 1-Gallon Brewers UNITE! on 06-19-2014 at 03:29 PM
It's doubtful that the shape of the fermenter is causing it not to attenuate. You don't mention
the temperature you fermented at, the o.g. of the beer, starter or not, or length of
fermentation. My be...
Posted in thread: NB priming calc question. on 05-23-2014 at 09:25 PM
Using the temperature of the beer to adjust the amount of priming sugar takes into account the
CO2 that is already dissolved in the beer. If the beer's temp was raised towards the end of
Posted in thread: My beers are completely undrinkable! on 04-02-2014 at 05:06 AM
I guess we'll just agree to disagree, but my 2 1/2 gallon batches have tasted good. My intent
was not to prove you wrong, however, I just don't think this is the source of the O.P.'s
Posted in thread: 1-Gallon Brewers UNITE! on 04-02-2014 at 04:57 AM
I would never have thought that a significant amount of fermentation would occur at
refrigerator temps.......You are probably right... not a lot at fridge temps. I guess I didn't
realize you were talk...
Posted in thread: My beers are completely undrinkable! on 04-01-2014 at 08:17 PM
Guys, I have never had a beer that was from a batch size that is less that 5 gallons that I
actually thought was really good.The 1 Gallon Brewers unite thread has 400+ pages of
information that would ...
Posted in thread: 1-Gallon Brewers UNITE! on 04-01-2014 at 08:03 PM
The problem is you have no way of knowing how much work the yeast has completed on the sugar
you added. If You added the appropriate amount of sugar for the carbonation level you want the
Posted in thread: time to bottle, but I have cloudy beer on 04-01-2014 at 04:14 AM
Cold crashing is how the majority of us do it, I believe. I wouldn't be too concerned about
sanitation. Cold crashing is the only method I've used with my Mr. Beer "Little Brown Keg" and
have never ha...