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Posted in thread: Unmalted wheat and Belgian Wit on 05-11-2013 at 08:03 PM
If your doing a mash out I would mash at around 149. If not I would say 152-153 and just stick
with the single temperature rest. I didn't notice any difference with the multiple rests.
Posted in thread: Over attenuation on 06-23-2012 at 08:39 AM
The first thing would be to check the calibration of your thermometer, you may be mashing at a
lower temp than you think. If its not the thermometer I would suggest you start doing a mash
out if you d...
Posted in thread: DMS and wheat on 07-28-2011 at 05:21 PM
I have used rahr wheat and mostly use weyermann pale wheat. My lhbs goes through probably a 55
lb bag of the weyermann every week or two. The only thing I can think of is something in my
Posted in thread: DMS and wheat on 07-28-2011 at 02:09 PM
All were fermented at 65 and ramped up to 68 after a week. I have a very large kettle and keep
a vigerous boil and get 15%+ boil off and it's always uncovered . I have a whirlpool immersion
Posted in thread: DMS and wheat on 07-28-2011 at 05:14 AM
I have been having this reoccurring problem with dms flavors in almost all of my American
wheats. I keep getting these canned corn and other vegetal flavors in these pretty straight
forward 50% domest...
Posted in thread: Ph test strips on 07-14-2011 at 11:16 PM
Well I thought they would atleast be ok to see if my starsan was under 3.5. The lower range
strips go from 2.8. Which is a very light green to 4.4 which is a dark blue green. I thought
they would read...
Posted in thread: Ph test strips on 07-14-2011 at 04:51 PM
I have 2 sets of ph test strips. One that ranges from 4.6-5.8 and another from 2.8-4.4 that I
bought to test my starsan. When I tested the starsan the color of the paper was bright yellow
on both ph s...
Posted in thread: Beer Alchemy for Ipod Touch on 05-10-2011 at 08:35 PM
I really like this app. I have it for the iPad. I wish there was a way to email recipes on
there without setting up the server. I would like to create recipes and email them to myself so
I can have th...
Posted in thread: Bottle conditioning and the beer gun on 02-23-2011 at 06:29 PM
So I'm guessing u just use enough co2 to push the beer out? Does the co2 effect yeast health at
Posted in thread: Bottle conditioning and the beer gun on 02-23-2011 at 06:08 PM
I do this for all my bottle conditioned beers (namely belgians).1. Purge a keg, rack the beer
to it.2. Add priming sugar and fresh yeast.3. Roll around for a minute.4. Let the foam settle