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Posted in thread: Beer Line Cleaner - What Do You Use? on 06-01-2014 at 01:23 AM
I just visited a restaurant supply store today and grabbed some DAC, the stronger version of
BLC. I've never used it before so I was hoping to find someone who has.In the past I've used
PBW which seem...
Posted in thread: Cloudy Cider Post Fermentation on 08-03-2013 at 05:30 PM
No it's not ruined. I was shooting for something that was widely appealing. All of the (good)
ciders I've made in the past have been brilliantly clear because I let them sit in the
ferementor for at l...
Posted in thread: Cloudy Cider Post Fermentation on 08-02-2013 at 11:37 PM
I made a cider using store bought cloudy apple juice and Nottingham yeast. I didn't add
anything else. I let it ferment for a couple weeks then I moved it into my kegerator set for
about 32 degrees. I...
Posted in thread: Bottling Ale, with Lager yeast? on 06-07-2013 at 12:10 AM
I've never heard of a homebrewer doing this but I have heard that some Belgain breweries use
lager yeasts to bottle condition their ales.
Posted in thread: Citra Summer ale- suggestions? on 04-26-2013 at 03:12 AM
I would use magnum for bitter, maybe throw .25 ounces in at 60, then .75 ounces at 40 if you
want to lower bitterness, or just do .5 ounces at 60. Simcoe at 20, use the whole ounce. Then
an ounce or t...
Posted in thread: Moving to sanitary fittings, advice? on 11-21-2012 at 03:36 AM
Disagree. McMaster is overpriced compared to Brewers Hardware. It costs more up-front versus
NPT (and if you go stainless NPT, barely more at all), but it's easier to keep clean,
Posted in thread: Bayou store in Seattle? on 11-17-2012 at 11:25 PM
I don't know Seattle at all but I did see some Bayou burners at a marine supply store in
Bellingham recently. Surprisingly they had a bunch of stuff that homebrewers can use.
Everything from burners (...
Posted in thread: Film in beer line. on 11-17-2012 at 11:21 PM
Do yourself a favor and buy some new beverage tubing. Nothing can really get rid of dirty lines
like that. Beside it's not that expensive and not that much work on a homebrew level.
Posted in thread: Reasons not to use an electric pump on 11-17-2012 at 11:19 PM
Ha what a way to hijack a thread! I'm glad it was though, a probrewer once told me that my plan
for a HERMS system was a bad idea because of protein shearing. It's something that has been at
the back ...
Posted in thread: Brew Rig - Propane Flow on 11-12-2012 at 05:17 AM
I recently encountered this problem. I just built a stand using two banjo burners and when I
turn both on the free flow valve engages. It's a giant PITA!! I need to figure out how to fix