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  • Posted in thread: Mash temp too high - what effects? on 01-18-2013 at 03:08 PM
    If his termometer is reading 17* low, then what he thought was 155 (guesstimation on what temp
    one might use), he was actually mashing at 172*, which would likely result in very few
    fermentable sugars...

  • Posted in thread: Mash temp too high - what effects? on 01-18-2013 at 11:15 AM
    Sounds more like a fermentation problem than a mash temperature problem.Mashing at the low end
    of the saccharification range should yield a drier wort, i.e. more fermentable sugars.

  • Posted in thread: excessive foam on all taps? on 01-13-2013 at 11:47 AM
    Longer lines would certainly help. But, I have 5' lines with my keezer set at 38F and my tank
    pressure set at 12 psi, an I get a perfect pour every time. I do the set it and forget method.
    So, it is p...

  • Posted in thread: excessive foam on all taps? on 01-10-2013 at 11:26 PM
    Hmm. This is a long shot, but how'd you carbonate the kegs? If you used the "set and forget"
    method, it's possible that the beer wasn't fully carbonated for the first few weeks. Now that
    it's fully ca...

  • Posted in thread: excessive foam on all taps? on 01-10-2013 at 01:47 PM
    What are your pressures and keezer temp?

  • Posted in thread: beer lines on 11-20-2012 at 03:39 PM
    Let the ridicule begin.First - if you keep your lines cold temperature has little to no bearing
    here. You'll get initial foaming as soon as cold beer hits your warm tap but once the tap cools
    everythi...

  • Posted in thread: beer lines on 11-20-2012 at 12:30 AM
    There are a couple of other points that bear repeating here. One is if you use "barrier" type
    of tubing. It seems like you need far more of that then the calculators say.Another point is
    that it's not...

  • Posted in thread: beer lines on 11-19-2012 at 07:12 PM
    That's not a rule of thumb I'd follow. Sounds like a waste of tubing and cleaner. There are
    formulas for a reason! And simple ones at that.Sorry. I mistook this as arrogant. Moving on.
    So, 1 psi per f...

  • Posted in thread: beer lines on 11-19-2012 at 06:15 PM
    One thing I'll note is that pressure readout is certainly not going to be representative of
    pressure in each tank if say you have 4 on the same run. You could have one at 12, one at 25,
    one at 15 and ...

  • Posted in thread: beer lines on 11-19-2012 at 06:14 PM
    That's not a rule of thumb I'd follow. Sounds like a waste of tubing and cleaner. There are
    formulas for a reason! And simple ones at that.2 psi per foot of tubing is a variable in an
    equation, or don...

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