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  • Posted in thread: Interesting German Brewing PDF on 05-23-2016 at 06:59 PM
    As for now, I'm thinking Kmeta might be just as, or more, useful than NaMeta. I happened to
    have Kmeta for my first brew, now I have NaMeta. I've also got Lactic and Phosphoric acids for
    brewing. I'm ...

  • Posted in thread: Interesting German Brewing PDF on 05-23-2016 at 06:56 PM
    I didn't know that about the amount of potassium in barley. That's very interesting, and
    everything I find online indicates your are 100% correct (no surprise there ;)).That does make
    for an interesti...

  • Posted in thread: Interesting German Brewing PDF on 05-23-2016 at 05:10 PM
    Its in Narziss, maybe Band 2 or Abriss. We started off with Kmeta and I don't think we saw any
    negative effects, but the documentation said to stay away from it, so we did."The sample was
    good". Descr...

  • Posted in thread: Interesting German Brewing PDF on 05-23-2016 at 01:23 PM
    Correction, we use SODIUM Metabisulfite, not K. K concentrations above 10ppm in the mash is
    detrimental, so the references say. But yes, these 2 products fueled the use of meta in the
    early stages of ...

  • Posted in thread: Interesting German Brewing PDF on 05-19-2016 at 08:31 PM
    More questions:What are you doing with yeast starters? With a stirbar there will be a lot of
    oxygen in the starter that is getting poured into the wort. Do you also worry about splashing
    when pouring ...

  • Posted in thread: Interesting German Brewing PDF on 05-19-2016 at 08:28 PM
    Interesting read. I'm still working through KUNZE and Brewing Science and Practice but I do see
    some interesting parallels in O2 from them and this. Y'all make a lot of DO measurements...
    what Do mete...

  • Posted in thread: Interesting German Brewing PDF on 05-18-2016 at 05:10 PM
    No finings? I missed that earlier, what is the reasoning there? Does that include kettle
    finings?We have yet to find a method of adding finings(post ferm) that doesn't up the DO. I
    think I am odd man ...

  • Posted in thread: Interesting German Brewing PDF on 05-18-2016 at 04:56 PM
    That's after. That's a crazy big dose though. Be advised that the references claim no more than
    6mg/l. Anything above that you are on your own.

  • Posted in thread: Interesting German Brewing PDF on 05-18-2016 at 04:36 PM
    You're welcome ;)

  • Posted in thread: Interesting German Brewing PDF on 05-18-2016 at 01:40 PM
    PVPP is widely used in German breweries(who I *THINK* it was created for) since it is filtered
    out which makes it RHG compliant, however yeast can't be in suspension for it to work properly.
    I have us...

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