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Posted in thread: unorthodox bottling methods on 08-17-2008 at 07:42 PM
The bottles are fired, I've got to make the casts... the bottle seen in the pictures holds a
little less than 16oz due to shrinkage -- which is a shame, and the jugs all hold near half
gallons to near...
Posted in thread: Newbie questions on 08-17-2008 at 07:37 PM
I need to buy a C02 tank and some regulators and gas lines, I was wondering where I should do
Posted in thread: unorthodox bottling methods on 08-05-2008 at 09:44 PM
Rogue Brewing in Oregon has a couple of H.G beers that are released in limited numbers in
similiar type bottles, although I believe they had flip tops. Cool idea!no difference then -- I
fully intend t...
Posted in thread: The Puny Russian Imperial Stout on 08-05-2008 at 09:41 PM
Good news, gentlemen. The RIS is carbonated, and all the funky flavors mellowed out
significantly. The stout is great! It still tastes mighty alcoholy, but it's quite awesome. I
can't really describe ...
Posted in thread: unorthodox bottling methods on 08-03-2008 at 02:57 PM
Sorta...fill it with water, plug it and attach air or CO2 line.submerge it in a tub of water
and pressurize.when it finally breaks, you'll just get a couple broken pieces drifting to the
bottom of the...
Posted in thread: The Puny Russian Imperial Stout on 07-31-2008 at 02:04 AM
too little... I kind of tasted tiny bubbles somewhere in there... but it flats rather
quicklike.taste ain't too bad. I'll try another bottle here in a bit.
Posted in thread: Harrowing Hefeweizen Habitat on 07-31-2008 at 02:03 AM
Bwahaha alliteration is hilarious.To my problem:I've a hefeweizen/Irish red mix in a primary
fermenter (always wanted to combine 2 of my favorites... think of it as a dunkel) The wort has
been in ther...
Posted in thread: The Puny Russian Imperial Stout on 07-29-2008 at 12:11 PM
It's possible if the rubber grommet is worn out. Have these bottles been used before or are
really old?brand-spanking-new.Quixotic, eh?
Posted in thread: unorthodox bottling methods on 07-27-2008 at 11:51 PM
I'm going home the first weekend of August to finish some pottery. I'll try and pour the moulds
and then give you a quote on what the materials'll cost once I have a better idea of how
Posted in thread: The Puny Russian Imperial Stout on 07-27-2008 at 11:49 PM
Off flavors thanks.And yeah, it was 5.5gstill nothing to speak of so far...? no bottle bombs,
no nothing. We're using the swing top bottles, do those have a history of not sealing?
Kegged: "The Irish Redheaded Hefeweizen Stepchild"
Bottled: "Cyrus Harding's Union Reserve" -- a Russian Imperial Stout, Engineering's first beer.
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