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Posted in thread: Techniques In Maintaining Temperature? on 02-17-2013 at 10:25 PM
Thank you to everyone who put their two cents in, even if you did end up with the swamp cooler
idea lol. It's obviously the cheapest, and I may try it out just for sh*ts and giggles until I
Posted in thread: Techniques In Maintaining Temperature? on 02-15-2013 at 12:24 AM
Hey everybody, hoping to draw from the collective of wisdom and experience! Any and all help
appreciated, as always.I plan on brewing more beer, but I'm hoping to brew a very wide variety
and have bee...
Posted in thread: Hefeweizen bottling, milky substance in bottles? on 10-12-2012 at 02:16 AM
I was given advice to store hefe bottles on their side, so that the yeast collects along the
side of thebottle instead of the bottom. Then when you turn upright to open and then tip to
pour the yeast ...
Posted in thread: Hefeweizen bottling, milky substance in bottles? on 10-11-2012 at 08:33 PM
EXCELLENT....You guys rock. Thank you!
Posted in thread: Hefeweizen bottling, milky substance in bottles? on 10-11-2012 at 08:27 PM
Thanks a ton guys, that makes sense. I was starting to panic just wee bit there haha. Is this
normal for a Hefeweizen/wheat beer to let this yeast do its thing for so much longer? I was
told the Hef h...
Posted in thread: Hefeweizen bottling, milky substance in bottles? on 10-11-2012 at 08:16 PM
That is yeast, you will get a layer of sediment in the bottom of your bottles when you bottle
condition any beer.I did not notice this on my last brew, which was an All Malt Pilsner.
However, if you a...
Posted in thread: Hefeweizen bottling, milky substance in bottles? on 10-11-2012 at 07:04 PM
Hey all, have a serious question about my second brew. Did a Bavarian Hefeweizen, cooked it up,
and let it ferment in primary Ale Pail. Did not do secondary. On 10th day I bottled as the
gravity had b...
Posted in thread: Hefeweizen Gravity Too High? on 10-03-2012 at 10:01 PM
Thank you everybody, this really clears things up for me. This is only my second brew and I've
already been told before to toss certain things out of kits, but this is definitely some useful
Posted in thread: First Brew Giving A Literal Headache on 10-02-2012 at 08:15 PM
beergolf - Thank you, I hadn't even thought of that! I did indeed ferment at about 70, which
was probably too high. I was worried it was because the guy who got me into homebrew (who has
done 10+ brew...
Posted in thread: First Brew Giving A Literal Headache on 10-02-2012 at 12:16 AM
My first brew is the one that came with my first kit. The beer kit/recipe I used was an
all-malt pilsner. However, my brother and I both noticed that the beer sometimes gives us kind
of a headache. I ...
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