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Sounds cool. I've never used a coolship or done a true spontaneous fermentation. But I believe
you can acidify the wort to discourage certain kinds of bacteria from taking hold. If I were to
do a spon...
Posted in thread: Adding glucose to German weizen on 09-21-2015 at 02:16 PM
I decided to give this a try. Yesterday I made my customary German weizen recipe, but subbed in
1/2 lb of dextrose in place of an equivalent gravity contribution from wheat and pilsener
malts. I pitch...
Posted in thread: Adding glucose to German weizen on 09-17-2015 at 06:39 PM
I have come across a few articles that describe a mashing technique that produces a higher
level of glucose. This is used by Germans in wheat beers to produce a prominent banana
character. Here's a li...
Posted in thread: Gluten Burns on 08-31-2015 at 09:50 PM
From one of the OP's other posts:"with my BIAB setup I use a course grain regimen because it
helps the wort to be viable but not so viable that final gravity ends up being too low for the
best taste. ...
Posted in thread: I hate to do this, but I need help with a mash tun leak on 08-31-2015 at 09:07 PM
I don't remember the brand of silicone that I used, but it might have been this: put it in any
place that will be in contact with the interior wall of the cooler. I even put it around the
Posted in thread: I hate to do this, but I need help with a mash tun leak on 08-31-2015 at 03:29 PM
Get some food grade silicone and seal it. That's what I did with my cooler and never leaks,
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This is expected from Wyeast 1968. It's highly flocculant, which is why you get the big clumps.