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Posted in thread: Homebrew Supply Keg System Giveaway on 03-02-2016 at 07:10 PM
Krampus IIIPA - All-Grain Recipe Kit
Posted in thread: First whole grain. No sparg questions on 07-19-2015 at 09:52 PM
To calculate the amount of water you need, you essentially need to take where you want to end,
and add water for all your losses, and get to where you need to start. I don't have the
Posted in thread: Brewing in the rain? on 04-19-2015 at 02:12 AM
If you don't have hypothermia... All is good!! :rockin:If he's brave that won't be a problem. I
believe I spy a hot tub behind that boil kettle!
Posted in thread: Kama Citra IBUs on 04-17-2015 at 10:28 PM
I personally have the all-grain version of this on tap right now, and I think it's good as is.
Its a well-balanced and fruity, mildly bitter. Low end IPA, upper end Pale ale bitter. I
doubled the dryh...
Posted in thread: how long in the kegerator? on 04-11-2015 at 04:32 AM
I have 5 taps (1 nitro) and am the only one in my house currently. I would say my average is
2-3 months. If I have something that seems to be going downhill, or has reached it's peak, it
will get more...
Posted in thread: Apfel Wein Recipe on 04-09-2015 at 01:34 PM
The layer of krausen will basically be just a ring around the edge, what I can see in the photo
from post 9, with just a bit on the right is about all you'll see. The airlock will get going a
Posted in thread: Keg help on 04-06-2015 at 03:04 AM
That pretty much clears your diptube. Do you have any other kegs you can try? It sounds like
your poppet isn't clogged, but sometimes the connection made between the liquid disconnect and
the poppet d...
Posted in thread: Kegerator Problems - Too much head on 04-05-2015 at 03:38 AM
Make sure the taps and lines are cold, warm beer generally wants to foam. You could lower your
pressure. Foam at the end could indicate the system is out of balance, meaning that at the tap,
Posted in thread: Kegerator Problems - Too much head on 04-05-2015 at 03:15 AM
Sadly that is in fact that one that works most correctly. 1/4" diameter is generally used for
long runs, because it has less restriction. Think places like bars and brewpubs. Notice if you
switch it t...
Posted in thread: Keg help on 04-05-2015 at 03:10 AM
It is almost definitely not too much line. It is most likely a clogged poppet, clogged diptube
or a bad connection on the liquid side. Disconnect both the gas and liquid lines. Depress the
gas side, a...