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Posted in thread: new to all grain with some simple questions on 04-09-2014 at 12:48 PM
So, i am new to AG brewing. I have ingredients and a recipe, but am unsure of the proper
amounts of water for a 5 gallon batch.First, I have 16lbs of grain.I have read that 4 gallons
of water for mash...
Posted in thread: Thoughts on a First AG IPA on 05-10-2007 at 04:54 PM
I see everyone uses American 2-row as their base grains for their IPAs. Has anyone used Maris
Otter as their total base grain with no 2-row at all?
Posted in thread: My first IPA recipe... with help from some friends. Thoughts? on 05-09-2007 at 07:19 PM
Hello everyone,I planning my first IPA all grain. Has anyone used an entire base malt of Maris
Otter instead of the usual 2 row pale ale? Any suggestions on this or possible experiences?
Posted in thread: Parts list and instructions for a on 03-06-2007 at 06:57 PM
I am looking to have a Randall setup that i can easily go from normal brew to randall brew.
they mention a y adatper, but i cant find one anywhere. any suggestions?
Posted in thread: Parts list and instructions for a on 03-05-2007 at 02:08 PM
"Randall"? Ive searched the forums, and I know they are somewhere, but i cant seem to find the
posts now. Anyone have some links on building an awesome "Randall""???:fro:
Posted in thread: Tapping the finished product on 02-19-2007 at 03:22 PM
Lower the pressure of the o2 or buy a longer beer line the minimize foam but I would lower the
pressure first.Call me ignorant, but how would a longer beer line minimize the foam?
Posted in thread: Tapping the finished product on 02-19-2007 at 03:21 PM
I keep the pressure at 10-12 psi. I looked online and that is what everyone seems to be happy
at. I tested it by setting the pressure to 5psi, and the same thing happend, just came out much
Posted in thread: Tapping the finished product on 02-19-2007 at 02:46 PM
Hey guys,I just bought a new kegerator from Circuity City. I am at work and i forget the name
brand of it. Anyway, here is my problem.Ill get home from a long day at work, and grab a frosty
mug to tap...
Posted in thread: Kegging My Home Brew on 02-13-2007 at 05:50 PM
This has everything you need. I had a commercial set up as well and this made it easy to
convert when I was just starting out. Also, they give you the pieces so that you can still set
up a commercial ...
Posted in thread: Kegging My Home Brew on 02-13-2007 at 02:51 PM
From Circuit City you say? I imagine it has the sanke connector. You're gonna need to mod that
for either pin locks or ball locks for your homebrew kegs... do you have any kegs yet?...Not
yet, but i h...