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Posted in thread: Did I let it ferment in Primary too long? on 03-08-2009 at 04:15 AM
I have sort of a simliar problem, however, not exactly like the thread starter but I don't
think it deserves its own thread. I have just made a real ale which incorporated mostly
pellets. I bought a s...
Posted in thread: acceptable time in a carboy??? on 03-03-2009 at 03:09 AM
Hey man, I've about the same experience as you do (about 7 or so batches). There was one time
that I bought the "simple kits" a couple of years ago (i stopped for awhile...college) and did
the same pr...
Posted in thread: Some notes from my first brew on 01-21-2009 at 04:12 AM
To hell with my friends,they don't know what beer is besides BMC. A couple of years ago when i
was toying around and brewing kits (like i am now) I let my friends taste a few. Most of them
said it was...
Posted in thread: Adding flavor to the box Kraft Mac n' Cheese on 01-21-2009 at 04:06 AM
Right on,Yeah, I'm a fan of the irish moss. I always use it and it does wonders for clarity.
And I know that a chevelle with dual exhaust and cams means little when it has bondo for the
exterior. As f...
Posted in thread: clarity/priming sugar advice? on 01-21-2009 at 03:48 AM
Hey man,yeah its good to put into a bottling bucket, however, it you don't have one of thsoe
wands, i think this will work. I'm a painter (sometimes) and u should always strain your paint.
They have t...
Posted in thread: Adding flavor to the box Kraft Mac n' Cheese on 01-21-2009 at 03:13 AM
No offense man,yeah i understand and know you're not trying to be a dick. I do have a kit, and
follow things to the book. So from what you're telling me, my next time I am going to do some
Posted in thread: Priming Sugar on 01-21-2009 at 02:57 AM
Hey Srm277,I see you are trying the same style twice. That is what I'm doing as well. If you
don't mind, please post your original procedure and in the same post show what you did
differenly for the s...
Posted in thread: Adding flavor to the box Kraft Mac n' Cheese on 01-21-2009 at 02:37 AM
Yes, I boiled it in water and then added, aerated and again, fermentation started within a few
hours. Okay, understand about the hops, however, I brewed a couple of years ago a few times
when in colle...
Posted in thread: Adding flavor to the box Kraft Mac n' Cheese on 01-21-2009 at 02:17 AM
Okay here goes:a couple of weeks ago i got a tru brew kit for pilsner. It was a very simple
kit. I ferment for about 7 days and bottled a few hours shy of the total seven days. I drank my
first beer o...
Posted in thread: Some notes from my first brew on 01-21-2009 at 01:16 AM
Question: How long do u plan to let it ferment? I just finished a tru brew kit for pilsner a
few weeks ago and it seemed to start fermentation fast and end within about four days. I
bottled on day 7. ...