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Posted in thread: Dry Hop - Bucket Fermentor on 06-25-2015 at 10:18 PM
Thanks! I think I'll try that this time around(or the next). I have a downstairs bathroom with
a tub that's never used. It stays pretty cool down there all day too. Sounds like if I do that
a day or t...
Posted in thread: Dry Hop - Bucket Fermentor on 06-24-2015 at 09:35 PM
Coldcrashing helps in settling down the beer. I don't use gelatin or anything to clear my
beers, only coldcrash and it is very effective but alas, not perfect. It is an easy step if you
have the space...
Posted in thread: IPA Recipe Critique on 05-20-2015 at 10:41 PM
my personal tastes says that's not overly sweet. anything above that does start to get on the
sweet side, for sure. the other question is how well are you carbonating them? are you using a
Posted in thread: IPA Recipe Critique on 05-20-2015 at 10:18 PM
if that's the case, then the fix isn't necessarily to add sugar. like others have said you
could just as easily just mash lower. another approach if it's too sweet is to bump up the IBUs
Posted in thread: IPA Recipe Critique on 05-20-2015 at 10:06 PM
The sugar is fine. The ~10% sugar would more be used in a DIPA with a OG in the 1.080-1.090
range, likely a 1.064 IPA would be dry enough. (or you could mash lower.) If you want it real
dry then go fo...
Posted in thread: IPA Recipe Critique on 05-20-2015 at 09:52 PM
Drop the sugar.Why you say? I put the sugar in there to lower the FG.
Posted in thread: IPA Recipe Critique on 05-20-2015 at 09:14 PM
Hello, How does this recipe look for a 7% IPA.I have been building RO water to Ca-145, Cl-44,
SO4-342, 1 ml Lactic acid in the mash and spargeI am considering changing the water build, to
Posted in thread: How do I get rid of this delicious hoppy goodness? on 05-08-2015 at 07:55 PM
Cold crash in a tub of Ice water.
Posted in thread: Help me Understand on 05-04-2015 at 11:19 PM
If its an extract brew, there isn't really any reason to check the OG, unless you didn't follow
the recipe or didn't add enough top up water, there isn't really anything to go wrong that
would cause y...
Posted in thread: Temperature and Bottle Bombs on 05-04-2015 at 10:26 PM
I'm in AZ too. I store my fresh brews in a spare bedroom that varies between 78-82 degrees for
the first 10-14 days after I bottle them.No bombs yet !After I've tried several and determined
they are "...