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  • Posted in thread: Interesting experiment with frozen, unboiled wort. on 06-24-2015 at 05:31 PM
    Maybe I'm not quite following, but it sounds like you added a gallon of water and 1.5-2 gallons
    of 1.021 unhopped wort to 5 gallons of 1.039 beer? If that's the case then you would probably
    end up wit...

  • Posted in thread: 80 hours and no fermentation; infection risk? on 06-24-2015 at 02:11 PM
    appropriate amount of yeast pitched. Ferment controlled temp of 66F. The best used by date on
    the 051 is July 2, 2015. This was not even close to an appropriate amount of yeast. Since it
    was so close...

  • Posted in thread: help with kegerator foamy beer on 06-23-2015 at 05:48 PM
    The colder you keep the fridge, the lower you can set the CO2 pressure. So if you want it to
    have 3 volumes, you can set the fridge at 34F and set the CO2 to around 14 psi. If you set it
    at 17 psi, th...

  • Posted in thread: Serious Efficency Problems on 06-23-2015 at 05:20 PM
    You should have had to account for grain absorption when doing BIAB as well right? I suppose
    the grains will hold more now that you can't squeeze the bag though. But, you are probably
    losing volume to...

  • Posted in thread: help with kegerator foamy beer on 06-23-2015 at 03:50 PM
    It's the line length. 5 ft is way too short. 8 ft might be ok at 8 psi, but you're probably
    going to have undercarbed beer if you let it sit at that pressure at 40F. Personally I think 10
    ft lines are...

  • Posted in thread: Head but no carbonation bubbles on 06-15-2015 at 03:08 PM
    I usually leave it 3 weeks in bottle, 5+ days in the fridge. When chilling the c02 needs to
    move into the beer. This happens much more easily when chilled. Look up keg carbing charts for
    fridge temp v...

  • Posted in thread: Need a fruity English Pale ale or bitters recipe on 06-10-2015 at 05:33 PM
    I haven't used S-04 in years so I can't really remember much of what it was like. I remember
    that I wasn't a huge fan of it though (which is why I stopped using it). From what I can
    remember I feel li...

  • Posted in thread: Need a fruity English Pale ale or bitters recipe on 06-10-2015 at 02:27 PM
    I agree that the fruity notes in English beers mostly come from the yeast. Though you may get
    some raisiny figgy notes from darker crystal malts. My favorite English yeast is Wyeast 1318.
    Nice fruity ...

  • Posted in thread: all my mistakes ... on 06-03-2015 at 07:29 PM
    on the inside ... stuck all up allover the carboy inside now that krausen has subsided.though
    i'm tempted to sanitize to sanitize a bottle brush and go at it ... i figured best to let it
    sit. ... mayb...

  • Posted in thread: all my mistakes ... on 06-03-2015 at 07:23 PM
    and the material allover the carboy is definitely hops and leftover krausen ... it just, would
    be nice to be able to see if the surface was molding or whatever before letting it just sit
    there for thr...

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