Last Activity:04-19-2013 9:13 AM
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Posted in thread: 1 Gallon Short on 04-12-2013 at 09:32 AM
This is silly. You can certainly do that. Just use a gallon to mix your priming sugar at
bottling. Let it cool a bit before you throw it in the sanitized bottling bucket and then rack
on top of it.
Posted in thread: WLP800 lager at 1.030 after 4 weeks?! on 04-05-2013 at 08:10 PM
At that size, why not just pitch 1 vial into a 2 gallon small batch of drinkable starter? I
wouldn't think that would be underpitching if it were a small enough beer, but maybe I'm wrong.
Posted in thread: Saison Fermentation in Garage? on 04-05-2013 at 07:50 PM
Use a water bath without wet t-shirt to stabilize temps.
Posted in thread: slanting yeast into beer bottles. on 04-05-2013 at 07:48 PM
I wash yeast into 12 oz bottles, then pour off most of the liquid, swirl the rest with the
yeast, and transfer to 4 oz mason jelly jars. I typically do 4 bottles per batch under 1.06 OG.
Posted in thread: Is eyelash a yeast nutrient? on 04-05-2013 at 07:46 PM
I've gotten hair stuck in the bottling wand, too. I would use it for something that will be
consumed relatively young, if you're nervous.
Posted in thread: Mr. Beer Yeast Alternative on 04-05-2013 at 07:43 PM
Mr. Beer sells premium ingredient kits with their cans plus other ingredients which include
Posted in thread: The [Horribly Unpopular] Soccer Thread on 04-05-2013 at 06:07 PM
And then the ref has to put up with everyone whining about it, because they don't realize that
only whining after the foul, not the card, changes anything. I used to love the beauty of
soccer, then I ...
Posted in thread: Irish Red Ale Question on 04-05-2013 at 05:34 PM
Yeast are not alcohol. Dropping out yeast by cold-crashing or waiting time before transfers
does not drop the alcohol content of your beer. You will need sufficient yeast to bottle
carbonate, but that...
Posted in thread: Homebrewing myths that need to die on 04-05-2013 at 02:59 PM
It takes AT LEAST 3 weeks at 70 F for the CO2 to dissolve back into the beer.
Posted in thread: Do you Cold Crash? (everyone vote! especially if you don't) on 04-05-2013 at 01:35 PM
When I can do it outside on the porch, I do for a day or so before bottling.
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Drinking: Graham's Cider, Sour mash Red, Rochefort 8 clone, Yeti Imp Stout clone, Brown Sugar Spiced Cider, Split batch IPA/SBitter, Oatmeal Brown Ale, Belgian Pale Ale, Oatmeal Dry Stout
Bottle conditioning: Graham's Cran-Apple Oaked Cider, Raspberry Apfelwein, Split batch Tripel, Split Batch Pilsener
Fermenter: Graham's Cran-Blue-Pom-Apple Cider
On Deck: Gun Stock Old Ale, BC Haus Pale (half nugget, half columbus), Berliner Weisse
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