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  • Posted in thread: Using kegerator as a fermentation chamber on 07-05-2015 at 05:57 PM
    I just found this insulating bag used for homebrewing: was discussed on this forum five years
    ago and has good reviews. This solves the problem of temperature control, so I ordered one!
    They sell it...

  • Posted in thread: Using kegerator as a fermentation chamber on 07-04-2015 at 03:37 PM
    Did anyone use their kegerator as a fermentation chamber? Obviously, the temperature should be
    regulated to a lower temperature most likely by using an external temperature controller. But
    the inside ...

  • Posted in thread: Increase carbonation level on 03-19-2015 at 05:42 AM
    Thanks much all for your tips! I found small carbonation tablets on this site:
    https://www.homebrewing.org/Prime-Tab_p_1986.htmlI'll get them and will try them. I'm glad I
    can try something and hopefu...

  • Posted in thread: Increase carbonation level on 03-17-2015 at 05:15 AM
    Thanks for your reply. It's good to know about the nucleation point! I saw some videos online
    that show how the coke can shoot out of the bottle when mentos are added. That's cool to see.
    Didn't know ...

  • Posted in thread: Increase carbonation level on 03-15-2015 at 10:10 PM
    My Hefeweizen beer has very low carbonation. It is not pleasant to drink so I decided to fix
    the low carbonation. After I discovered the low carbonation, I conditioned the beer 3 months in
    the bottle ...

  • Posted in thread: Watery beer at bottling time on 01-13-2013 at 09:40 PM
    Thanks for your encouragement! I will wait a few weeks and see what happens!Btw, I did take one
    gravity measurement when I racked the beer to the secondary, and it read 1.0. However, I didn't
    take the...

  • Posted in thread: Watery beer at bottling time on 01-13-2013 at 08:33 AM
    Hi,It's my first homebrew. I'm brewing an Amber Ale. When I racked the beer from the primary
    bucket to the secondary carboy, I took a sample and it tasted good (I could taste the flavors
    of the grains...

  • Posted in thread: How dark and cool should it be for the secondary fermenter (carboy) on 12-31-2012 at 08:12 PM
    Thanks for your answers! When is a carboy really needed? I saw that some people just use one
    container for all the brewing. I was told that a carboy will help keep the sediment out of the
    beer and wil...

  • Posted in thread: How dark and cool should it be for the secondary fermenter (carboy) on 12-31-2012 at 07:53 PM
    I am brewing an amber ale. The instructions I have say to store the carboy (to which I racked
    the beer from the primary) in a cool and dark place. How dark should it be? I placed the carboy
    in a corne...

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