I saw them in Upstate New York 2 years ago. They were AWESOME!
I guess I was surprised by your name as I always think of Yes as a much under-rated and under-appreciated band.
Favorite - I've Seen All Good People.
Oh, and my plan is to recirculate to a bucket in a cooler. The bucket will contain ice filled beer cans prepared the day before. Recirculating to the bucket will force chill in the bucket and cold water will pour over into the cooler, also filled with ice filled beer cans.
If you see nothing in a couple of days, you might want to consider an additional dose of yeast. But I would not use champagne yeast nor would I transfer it into another vessel. I would agree with the careful stir and warm up first though.
Hello evollsixes If you are talking about making a boil kettle with a 1 inch pipe running through the flame, I think that will be trouble. I believe you will scorch the wort in the pipe during boil. It will probably produce a burnt off flavor.
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I've been brewing for about five years, but have really kicked it up a few notches in the last six months. For one, I've moved to all grain. Since then, I have brewed 7 ales, 5 of which had Krausen's that seemed to take forever to fall.
I don't control the temperature of my fermentation...
MaxStout, Since recently moving to all grain, I also changed my method for oxygenation. It's one of the processes that I fear is a high risk for infecting the beer. I was under the impression that it would be a good idea to use an in-line filter with O2 if it were the industrial type. In...
I recently bought Carboy Covers. They do a nice job. They give your carboy a nice dressed up look while protecting your beer and you. Your beer from light and you from the potential cuts that could be sustained if your break em.