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  • Posted in thread: Questions about racking on to a yeast cake on 04-03-2014 at 12:37 PM
    Thanks for all the suggestions/advice.The IPA I am brewing is targeted at 1.075 vs the 1.056
    for the Pale I am pulling off of the yeast. I am sure I will pull some yeast out towards the
    end of racking...

  • Posted in thread: Questions about racking on to a yeast cake on 04-02-2014 at 09:50 PM
    Brewing this Sunday and decided to do an IPA. I have a Pale Ale that I used WY1056 on that I am
    about to pull of the yeast into my cornies so I can dry hop it and then carb it. Haven't had
    the chance ...

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  • Posted in thread: First time brewing a Weizenbock on 11-24-2012 at 10:25 PM
    That's preference. Just like a hefeweizen, if you want to keep with tradition/style, you swirl
    the bottom of the bottle to get the yeast in your glass. It depends on how important that is to
    you. You ...

  • Posted in thread: First time brewing a Weizenbock on 11-24-2012 at 09:50 PM
    I was set to keg until I read a few descriptions on brewing weizenbocks which mentioned bottle
    conditioning. It wasn't until I did a search on kegging vs bottling that I had the dilemma. The
    issue wit...

  • Posted in thread: First time brewing a Weizenbock on 11-24-2012 at 07:33 PM
    Been brewing for a several years but have been brewing IPAs, porter, stouts etc. Staying away
    from German beers until recently. Just brewed ny first weizenbock and I'm trying to decide if I
    should keg...

  • Posted in thread: Accounting for maltodextrin in FG on 09-05-2012 at 12:48 PM
    After digging more I found this: the bottom discusses maltodextrin and it's fermentability and
    how to account for it.

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________________________________________ Fermenting: You Want MO Pale Ale Secondary - Cyser & New England Hard Cider Bottled: Nada Kegged & OnTap: Bad Santa Stout, Jeep Trail Brown Ale, Red Skies at Night American Red, Panty Dropper Hard Cider Quote: Originally Posted by Hammy71 View Post I'd go with the 2". You can always stir the wort with a sanitized spoon if your worried about hot/cold spots. You will be hitting the 6 " with everything...ask Ron Jeremy!
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