Last Activity:10-22-2014 5:20 PM
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Posted in thread: Show us your Kegerator on 10-22-2014 at 12:51 PM
Hope you got your freezer door attached to the fridge door, or else that milk stout will see
some floor action.Sure is! Got about 6' of paracord securing the two together. I was going to
screw a metal...
Posted in thread: Are You an Airlock Sniffer? on 10-22-2014 at 04:02 AM
Not only do I sniff my airlock, I have convinced others ( most notably SWMBO ) to give then a
sniff as well.Was this achieved by some sort of reinforcement? Sent from my iPhone using Home
Posted in thread: Gypsum Addition for American IPA on 10-21-2014 at 10:16 PM
Good deal :mug:Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
Posted in thread: Show us your Kegerator on 10-21-2014 at 06:32 PM
Posted in thread: A Idea for You Mash Temperature Control Freaks on 10-21-2014 at 04:54 PM
Seems like a good approach...I do 10gal batches with keggles, so it def isnt applicable for my
setup. I have my MLT wrapped in armaflex, and always pre-heat with my strike water @175F, and
stir down t...
Posted in thread: Gypsum Addition for American IPA on 10-21-2014 at 04:46 PM
I would assume that if your water is soft, your grain bill for an IPA might not be getting you
into the proper ph range. This is pure skepticism though from my my grain bills and using RO
water. You v...
Posted in thread: Are You an Airlock Sniffer? on 10-21-2014 at 04:35 PM
Oh, I'm a sniffer all right.... ;-)Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
Posted in thread: my beer has reached its final gravity, should i warm it up? on 10-21-2014 at 04:32 PM
I almost always let the temp rise after fermentation is complete. BigEd is right that it isn't
always necessary, and it certainly isn't mandatory, but it has a couple of benefits. First, it
Posted in thread: Mashing and collecting wort questions on 10-20-2014 at 05:25 AM
Sorry, I should have noted that I heat up my strike to about 170 degrees. By the time I
transfer it to the MT and it gets absorbed into the grains, it settles out at about 155 degrees
or so.Gotcha. Se...
Posted in thread: Mashing and collecting wort questions on 10-20-2014 at 02:09 AM
Mash in: Once I've crushed my grain bill (I don't have the grain pre-crushed for me) and added
it to my preheated mash tun, I add the specified amount of hot water to it (155 degrees), mix
it all in a...