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Posted in thread: Carbonating cider ? Any against it? on 12-18-2005 at 08:36 PM
I have a batch of cider fermenting in the primary right now. And truthfully, I'd like to enjoy
some will the holiday season is still in full swing. I've thought about not carbonating it, or
Posted in thread: So who drinks their homebrew before carbonation is complete ? on 10-10-2005 at 04:28 AM
:drunk: I sit here after having about 50 fluid ounces of my first homebrew, a british pale ale.
The beer went down quite well. I even drank some warm cause I was so excited.So, I'm wandering,
Posted in thread: Oh my god, I hate the auto-siphon, any other suggestions?? on 10-07-2005 at 06:14 AM
Wow, thanks for all the quick response guys.Sam75, none taken. I am just not a fan of the style
of the auto-siphon, and I just kinda lost faith in it. I think I'll try the carboy tap. It
looks pretty ...
Posted in thread: Oh my god, I hate the auto-siphon, any other suggestions?? on 10-06-2005 at 11:15 PM
:mad: Ok, so a few weeks ago I posted something about possibly ruining my first batch because
the siphon was sucking air in. Well, the problem was the hose on the racking cane wasn't
sealing. So I wen...
Posted in thread: Auto-Siphoning trouble, am I ok? on 09-16-2005 at 09:21 PM
Bah, the other times I've had a problem, the answer has always been, kick man, have a homebrew,
its good beer... But now, I'm kinda worried. There is no reason to I guess, I'll just see how
it turns o...
Posted in thread: Auto-Siphoning trouble, am I ok? on 09-16-2005 at 08:42 PM
Hey guys, I was racking my first brew from my primary to my secondary carboy just a few minutes
ago and using my auto siphon. I just could not get it to work. It was like my primary elevation
was too ...
Posted in thread: First brew, green coloration in krausen? Just yeasties or infection? on 09-13-2005 at 02:33 AM
:drunk: Damn guys, thanks for the quick reply, and that airlock sure is bubbling away now. I'm
SOOOOOOOOO damn excited, hehe. I want it to be done right now, but I know patience is a virtue.
Posted in thread: First brew, green coloration in krausen? Just yeasties or infection? on 09-13-2005 at 01:31 AM
Hey guys, I just cooked up my first batch about 48 hours ago. I made a British pale ale with
white labs yeast and have it sitting with an airlock in my bucket for fermentation. I didn't
see the airloc...