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Posted in thread: Overpitching? on 06-10-2014 at 02:54 AM
72 to 74 degrees for conditioning. I've never had a beer go this long to carbonate. This was s
SMaSH ale with light malt extract, East Kent Goldings hops, and some washed California V ale
yeast (I kno...
Posted in thread: Overpitching? on 06-09-2014 at 07:39 PM
Cracked one open on Sunday. A slight sound of air escaping, very few bubbles rising, no head.
Pretty flat. Sweetness is gone but it didn't carb up. I've got one mini keg and the ghetto tap
Posted in thread: Overpitching? on 06-06-2014 at 07:47 PM
It'll hit the three week mark in a couple of days.I'm gonna set aside a couple of bottles in
the fridge this afternoon and sample them on Sunday and see if anything has happened.Thanks,
Posted in thread: Overpitching? on 05-29-2014 at 01:15 AM
So no one seems to think the short fermentation period is unusual? I've just never had one end
so abruptly after a week, then no airlock activity. I thought perhaps the yeast had crapped out
Posted in thread: Overpitching? on 05-28-2014 at 11:06 PM
Washed yeast from a previous job, and used it for a yeast starter, which appeared to work
(krausen formed in the flask).Pitched the yeast into a wort with an OG of approximately 1.047.
Posted in thread: Concentrated all grain wort boil? on 04-06-2014 at 01:51 AM
Interesting idea. Subscribed. Are you fermenting in a freezer? I'm in Florida as well. I get
down to about 90' with my immersion chiller and then throw it in the freezer for a few hours,
or pitch the ...
Posted in thread: Concentrated all grain wort boil? on 04-06-2014 at 12:45 AM
Well, Brewsmith figured out a previously successful recipe using extract, and converting it to
all grain, as basically a no-sparge brew-in-a-bag. Since extract brewing is essentially the
same with sig...
Posted in thread: Concentrated all grain wort boil? on 04-05-2014 at 08:37 PM
I've done some all grain full volume batches, but kind of like the convenience of stovetop brew
sessions using extract, mainly for the convenience of a rapid cool-down to low 70's to pitch
yeast. I ha...
Posted in thread: Secondary in corny keg on 01-24-2014 at 08:54 AM
Just remove the pressure relief valve and put in an appropriately-sized drilled stopper and an
airlock. Easy enough.