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Old 04-14-2006, 07:55 PM   #31
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Great pics. Your MLT is almost identical to mine. Same cooler, same color, even the valve is almost the same.


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Old 04-14-2006, 09:29 PM   #32
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Flaked or kernal, it's still wheat. And you used 5 pounds for a 3 gallon brew? You would probably need a lot of rice hulls to sparge that much, IMO.
Actually the recipe says its for 5 gal.


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Old 04-14-2006, 09:31 PM   #33
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GOD,

Nice work. Is this sediment or yeast at the bottom of the carboy?
I am assuming sediment Probably rack to a gal hahahahaha
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Great pics. Your MLT is almost identical to mine. Same cooler, same color, even the valve is almost the same.
Do you use a false bottom? How do you connect the false bottom and connector together. Previously mentioned to use high temp tubing... is there other options?
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Old 04-14-2006, 09:41 PM   #35
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You should definately try an all barley malt beer next time. You'll see, its a breeze

Kai
I'm all worked up to try it again already. This time though take a step back and make sure the recipe is as easy as it gets first.
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Check this out!


The efficiency has to break records but it looks pretty good (remember this recipe was for 5 galons)
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It looks MUCH better now. Makes me want a beer. In fact, I'm going to go get one in a bit....
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Well.... how did it turn out?
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Last I tried it was like a month ago. The gravity was 70 points and needed some time to mellow... think I'll try another one today see if I like it.... The stout came out much better I believe. Might bottle it tonight


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