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Posted in thread: Wild Barrel Creation and Maintenance? on 07-29-2015 at 09:54 PM
Hi all, I just got a new (to me) 5 gallon barrel and am hoping to use it as a home for some
wild bugs. I was thinking that maybe I could age beer in there for a short time to inoculate it
and then onc...
Posted in thread: How to calculate proper pitch rate from trub on 07-09-2015 at 01:16 AM
Ok so i found my answer! the internet is an amazing thing! Yeast If you've brewed more than
one batch, I'm sure you've noticed that there is a huge pile of yeast in the fermenter at the
end. If (and...
Posted in thread: How to calculate proper pitch rate from trub on 07-09-2015 at 01:09 AM
So i caught my own yeast out of the air and made a yeast bank. Just made my first beer with it.
Came out great! Saved some of the trub (which i used gelatin in as a fining agent) on Sunday.
Put it in ...
Posted in thread: 100% keg on stout faucet on 07-09-2015 at 01:04 AM
Posted in thread: 100% keg on stout faucet on 07-09-2015 at 01:02 AM
ya my fridge is at 45 +/-2 D F so i think i'm good!I hit it with 30 psi to seal the lid, left
it at 3 psi for 2 days and pulled it. next up is some modifications to my keezer and I should
be good to g...
Posted in thread: 100% keg on stout faucet on 07-08-2015 at 12:07 AM
i mean i'm carbing this at about 1 psi at 45 so it's more than 1 but i'm only shooting for
about 1.1 to 1.2 at most....less i think is ok...i would rather be under carbed than over with
my first nitro...
Posted in thread: 100% keg on stout faucet on 07-07-2015 at 12:29 AM
is it possible for it go more flat than ambient uncarbed beer straight out of a carboy?
Posted in thread: 100% keg on stout faucet on 07-06-2015 at 01:33 AM
So i happen to have a 5lb cylinder of pure N2 and a regulator. I am making a saw tooth nitro
(by left hand) clone. I am going to carb it at about 3psi and then put it on tap. I have 10 ft
beer lines. ...
Posted in thread: Boiled Irish Moss for 40 minutes on 06-16-2015 at 11:11 PM
that was my thought as well, but i couldn't find anything on it so i figured i'd turn to the
place with more beer brewing experience than anywhere else!
Posted in thread: Boiled Irish Moss for 40 minutes on 06-14-2015 at 09:30 PM
So i had a 90 min recipe and didnt notice that fact till the 60 minute mark. Was able to pull
out my hop spider and keep boiling, but i generally throw my irish moss directly into the
boil....what if ...