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Old 08-22-2011, 12:37 AM   #191
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I am kegging for the first time. Has anyone kegged this? Carb naturally? If so how much priming sugar. Force carb? If so how much pressure.

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I just saw this, so I'm sure it's too late. But I use 12 psi at 40 degrees for my kegerator set up!
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Old 08-22-2011, 04:32 PM   #192
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Yoop,

I used 12 PSI at 40 degrees and the keg was gone in about 1.5 hours. Everyone loved it. It is on the short list to return soon. As an aside, you are batting two for two. Stone is tasting great as well. Hmm, I think I smell a dogfish.

 
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Old 09-02-2011, 01:29 PM   #193
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Two weeks in the fermenter, just took my reading and she is sitting at 1.010 and clearing up beautifully.

I had too much water in my mash and I ended up with way too much after I sparged, I boiled for 90 minutes but I used a new kettle and my B/O rate was way not expected so I ended up short and had to add water to get my OG in range.

The taste is incredible and I'm hoping it is what I've been searching for! I can't wait to keg this!

 
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Old 09-09-2011, 11:30 PM   #194
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I so cheated and carbed this early. It is an amazing Pale Yoop, thank you!

 
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Old 09-11-2011, 11:42 PM   #195
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I want to brew this as a housewarming gift for my bro in law. He's got a quarter barrel keg I can put it in. I don't have access to beersmith at the moment. Would anyone be able to tell me ingredient amounts for a 1/4 barrel batch?

 
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Old 09-12-2011, 12:57 AM   #196
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I want to brew this as a housewarming gift for my bro in law. He's got a quarter barrel keg I can put it in. I don't have access to beersmith at the moment. Would anyone be able to tell me ingredient amounts for a 1/4 barrel batch?
A 1/4 barrel is 7.5 gallons. You can either do the 5 gallon batch, or scale it up by 1.5 to make 7.5 gallons.
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A 1/4 barrel is 7.5 gallons. You can either do the 5 gallon batch, or scale it up by 1.5 to make 7.5 gallons.
Why didn't I think of using simple math?! Dumb dumb...

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Old 09-12-2011, 01:31 AM   #198
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A 1/4 barrel is 7.5 gallons. You can either do the 5 gallon batch, or scale it up by 1.5 to make 7.5 gallons.
Wouldn't he need to scale up by 2.5 gal?

 
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Wouldn't he need to scale up by 2.5 gal?
Well, yes.

But if you multiply every single ingredient by 1.5, you'll have a 7.5 gallon batch.
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Old 09-12-2011, 02:12 AM   #200
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Drinking a pint as I type - a winner again.
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