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Old 12-21-2012, 04:49 PM   #11
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I have brewed a pail ale and its crystal clear going into the fridge and cloudy when it comes out 12-24 hours later, what do I need to do to clear the chill haze?

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I had massive issues with haze in general until I started treating my brewing water. What I do with my water isn't going to apply to you, but in general the calcium in our water is fairly low so I added sufficient calcium chloride to get calcium to 70-80 ppm.

Before it got really cold, when it was getting into the high 30s outside at night, I just put a bunch of beer in a rubbermaid container and left it outside for about a week. Worked great.

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Lack of calcium.
BL, CL, Miller etc. is like makin love in a canoe.....
its fkin close to water.
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