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Posted in thread: Overly sweet flavor on 04-24-2009 at 03:47 AM
I have a keg of honey blonde ale that seems overly sweet. Could this be balanced out or toned
down a bit by dry hopping in the keg for a week or so?ThanksD
Posted in thread: kegs/temps/conditioning/tasting on 04-02-2009 at 02:25 AM
Thanks skewedSeemed like the best plan to me too but wanted to see if others agreed.D
Posted in thread: This a good deal? on 03-31-2009 at 07:29 PM
The CO2 bottle appears to be aluminum and thus worth most of the price on its own. If all the
pieces are in working condition, I would snap it up.
Posted in thread: kegs/temps/conditioning/tasting on 03-31-2009 at 07:18 PM
I have an ale in a keg that was primed with corn sugar, purged with CO2 then left to sit at 70F
for 2 weeks.Regarding conditioning / aging / drinking / tasting:I can chill the keg to 45F and
put it on...
Posted in thread: racking to a secondary? really? on 03-25-2009 at 04:34 AM
In regards to (4% to 8%) ALES:I am not sure I like the 1-2-3 rule. I like the 20day - then make
it up as I go rule. It seems to me that every ale I brew needs 14+ days to gravitate down to my
Posted in thread: New to kegging... co2 problems on 03-21-2009 at 02:28 AM
Unless you want to read and try the "force carbonating" thread method just put 8 to 10 psi on
them and let them set for a week. If the CO2 bottle is in the fridge, it may show improper
Posted in thread: is co2 regulator the same as a beergas regulator? on 03-21-2009 at 02:14 AM
The best solution is to talk with the gas supplier you plan to use. They will know what gases
they can put into what cylinders. You will have to use a regulator with a proprietary CGA
fitting and unle...
Posted in thread: Do I own my c02 tank? on 03-21-2009 at 12:23 AM
I payed 80$ for a full 20#, I pay 15$ to swap it when empty for another 20# full tank. If you
didn't sign a contract or lease, then you basically own the tank. If you signed a lease,,, then
you are mo...
Posted in thread: wiring a Fridge on 03-16-2009 at 10:49 PM
You will want to buy a aftermarket thermostat (t-stat) that has a range including your temp.
You can get them pre-wired or you can "insert" it in the fridge's power cord if that is a skill
set you hav...
Posted in thread: Looking for Cheap CO2 Regulators? on 03-16-2009 at 10:30 PM
HiWell by the time you search for a cheap regulator, locate adapters (if needed) and add in
shipping... you may end up with a decent regulator.Might just be worth checking at your local
gas supply or ...