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Posted in thread: Yikes! Specific gravity way too low! on 10-26-2013 at 06:07 AM
[quote="DocScott"]Something is wrong here. No way the gravity is that low on this beer, and
definitely not with those crystal malts in there.I'd check the calibration of your hydrometer
first. Make su...
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Posted in thread: Yikes! Specific gravity way too low! on 10-25-2013 at 02:52 PM
The higher temps will certainly encourage the yeast, but I think other factors might be
involved. Was this all-grain and was your mash temp low?This is a partial mash recipe. I
steeped the following a...
Posted in thread: Yikes! Specific gravity way too low! on 10-25-2013 at 06:28 AM
I am attempting to brew an "Oktoberfest" Ale with Dusseldorf Alt Yeast. After the boil and
chilled the wort to just below 80 degrees F, I took the OG which was at 1.050 ( corrected for
temp). The reci...
Posted in thread: Too much hop! on 03-30-2013 at 08:45 AM
Well, it looks like this recipe was a hit. My husband and my friends love it. The next time I
brew this I may add the same amount of hops as it seems to work well with the amber ale style.
Posted in thread: Too much hop! on 03-07-2013 at 09:19 PM
Well, I just tasted my amber after fling them upside down for a few days, flipping them right
side up for another few days and chilling them for another few. It's tasting pretty damn good!
Posted in thread: Too much hop! on 02-20-2013 at 05:11 AM
As far as the carbonation is concerned, there is no reason to worry that you don't have enough
viable yeast in the bottles. It's there. Don't worry.It just needs more time. Chances are that
this time ...
Posted in thread: Too much hop! on 02-15-2013 at 03:42 PM
rouse the yeast by turning upside down for 3 days, back right side up for 3 days, then fridge
for 3 daysThank you. I will try this. I will let you know how it goes in about a week. ;-)
Posted in thread: Too much hop! on 02-15-2013 at 03:41 PM
I'd recommend halving the recipe. I believe hops need a bit of malt in the boil kettle to
isomerize properly.Also, resist the urge to start branching out if you can. Take baby steps,
grasshopper! If y...
Posted in thread: Too much hop! on 02-15-2013 at 03:25 PM
How long has it been since packaging? There's no way that 3 weeks would change the viability of
the yeast. If you have already bottled it, there's not a helluva lot you can do to carb it up