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Posted in thread: Lager Method on 08-10-2016 at 03:02 PM
Taste it after the D-rest is complete. If no diacetyl, crash and lager.
Posted in thread: Chlorine/chloramine removal on 08-02-2016 at 12:34 PM
It reacts with the chlorine immediately in a matter of seconds or minutes, and is gone before
the mash and boil are done. Totally safe and cheap insurance.Don't fear the Campden. Use it.
Love it.This ...
Posted in thread: GOOD on Netflix STREAMING? on 07-27-2016 at 05:48 PM
Not sure if mentioned yet, but Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is pretty good. The wife and I started
watching it a couple weeks ago and are about halfway thru. It's a comedy-musical and I
generally can't stand m...
Posted in thread: LHBS pissed crushed on 07-21-2016 at 01:54 AM
Just brew as planned, it'll be fine. Seriously, there's nothing wrong with that crush.
Posted in thread: LHBS pissed crushed on 07-21-2016 at 01:32 AM
Settle down, Nancy. That's a beautiful crush you have there.
Posted in thread: Yeast starter looks odd, help needed please on 07-19-2016 at 08:13 PM
English Ale (or related) yeast? If so, that's normal.
Posted in thread: Diacetyl problems with ales and lagers on 07-19-2016 at 01:58 AM
to be honest, an infection would the the bottom of my list for Diacetyl...Mine too... unless it
kept coming back, as OP has described. Diacetyl is pretty easy to avoid and/or mitigate even in
Posted in thread: Diacetyl problems with ales and lagers on 07-19-2016 at 01:50 AM
Yes, I think it would be correct to assume that both versions would show symptoms if the source
were a brewday infection. It could also be that the ale is slower to show symptoms, but
hopefully, it wo...
Posted in thread: another "please help troubleshoot my foam problem" thread on 07-18-2016 at 10:04 PM
Yeah, sounds overcarbed to me, too.Take it off the gas and purge the CO2 in the headspace.
Leave the gas off and continue to purge the headspace 6-8 times over the next couple of days,
then put it bac...
Posted in thread: Open fermenting Hefeweizen? on 07-18-2016 at 12:01 PM
I think most hefes traditionally ferm out with a noticable eggy smell, but it normally goes
away.Normally, yes. But after nearly three weeks in the fermenter and still having a very
strong sulfur tast...