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  • Posted in thread: Northern Brewer Irish Red Ale - Head Retention Improvement on 08-23-2010 at 01:36 AM
    I've made this kit 3 times. I get what you're saying about head retention. No ideas on how to
    fix that. But, in another vein, I added 2 lbs clover honey to my last batch and honestly I
    think it was wa...

  • Posted in thread: Cold crash to gelatin? on 08-03-2010 at 09:38 PM
    "2) I've cold crashed in a fridge down to 40 degrees then added gelatin...none of mine needed
    extra yeast to carbonate."Will I need to swirl or mix the gelatin solution when i add it to the
    cold crash...

  • Posted in thread: Cold crash to gelatin? on 08-03-2010 at 05:49 PM
    I am finding this to be a great thread but with so much info out there I need to ask two
    questions to clarify everything. I am planning on bottling my beer and would like to use
    gelatin and cold crash...

  • Posted in thread: Please overlook my water profile on 06-02-2010 at 02:37 AM
    Is there like a water profile starter thread? I'd be interested in learning some more. Maybe a
    podcast or something?

  • Posted in thread: Are there degrees of sanitation? on 06-02-2010 at 02:29 AM
    Grainy gritty like having sand in your mouth? Dirt like earthy? Maybe kind of close to
    'musty'?I'm kind of new to all this, but how are you brewing? Extracts? If its LME, maybe it's
    past its prime?

  • Posted in thread: Stone and the difference a yeast makes on 06-01-2010 at 03:41 AM
    BTW Checked out inside my primary after a week. Like i said, first time using wyeast, its a
    french saison..also used late addition method with the extract. Never had a better looking or
    better smellin...

  • Posted in thread: Stone and the difference a yeast makes on 05-31-2010 at 02:07 AM
    I'm about to get my own lesson. I ordered the Petite Saison d'Ete Extract Kit w/ Specialty
    Grains but this time instead of getting the dry safale I went with the wyeast french saison. I
    paid my extra ...

  • Posted in thread: BrewBrand Creative Contact Form on 05-13-2010 at 03:46 AM
    You guys got like a pricing chart, or like an average?

  • Posted in thread: Friends paying for beer?! on 05-12-2010 at 08:22 PM
    If they drink it at your house Id put little coffee mug out next to the fridge saying "If
    you're drinking my homebrew, please help support OUR habit"

  • Posted in thread: Looking for critique on my conditioning process on 05-07-2010 at 02:47 AM
    So just an update....I moved my beer to warmer temps for 2 days....chilled one tonight, drank
    it. Carbonation was awesome, GRHUNTER nailed it. Love you guys.

Motto: A $100 shine on a $3 pair of shoes. Bucket Primary: Dry Irish Stout Carboy Secondary: Other Bucket Primary: Conditioning in Bottles: Drinking: Nothin. But the Petite Saison D'Ete from NB was good. Planned: