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  1. Erik the Anglophile

    What I did for beer today

    Yeasterday I went to my "local" LHBS(bout 20 minutes on the highway, homebrew stores are not that common here...) and got 10kg of maris otter, 1kg brown malt, 1kg of UK chocolate malt, they had appearantly stopped carrying Crystal150 so I have to look on the webz for that, oxygen scavenging caps...
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    How long does beer take to carbonate?

    I do it that way, and I've never had a problem, it's such miniscule amounts of sanitizer we're talking about so I don't think there are any measurable difference.
  3. Erik the Anglophile

    Quick question about cold crashing.

    It's not that big of a problem, and agitating the fermentor doesn’t seem worth the tisk of oxygenating the fermemted beer vs the small reward.
  4. Erik the Anglophile

    Quick question about cold crashing.

    This was Nottingham, the ones before MJ m42 and s04, so all of them pretty flocculant strains, I brew mostly brittish style ales.
  5. Erik the Anglophile

    Quick question about cold crashing.

    I usually get pretty livid fermentations, so that seems right. I guess I'll just have to live with it it then, I transfer to bottling bucket through a spigot in the bottom, and always leave a little beer on the yeast cake so most of it should stay behind
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    Quick question about cold crashing.

    I seem to have a recurring " problem" in most of my brews, I often get yeast rafts that don't want to fall down. This has lead me to think about doing a soft cold crash, about 7-8c for two days before bottling to minimize yeast and trub in the bottles. A few qustions: Do I need to get it back to...
  7. Erik the Anglophile

    Are you supposed to see bubbles during carbonation process?

    I have beer that has been sitting for two weeks, and they are not fully carbonated yet. Forget the two weeks you see in kit instructions etc, it often takes a month to get full carbonation, even pressure and non "green" tasting beer.
  8. Erik the Anglophile

    You know you're a home brewer when?

    You have multiple? I am recognized in mine by now, "oh yeah, you bought this and that yeast a couple weeks ago, how did the brew turn out?"
  9. Erik the Anglophile

    Beginner Hitting a Brick Wall

    Check your boil off rate aswell, I had a lot of issues with low gravities in my first batches, because my boil off was way lower than I thought it was.
  10. Erik the Anglophile

    You know you're a home brewer when?

    When you have a batch fermenting in th FC and the kreuzen has recently dropped, you raised up the temp a bit. And now you have to constantly remind yourself that no, you can't " take a FG reading" as an excuse to taste it, you have to wait a couple of days. Or that what you look forward to the...
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    Essential non brewing equipment

    Does this make people "smart" bottle fillers and kegerators?🤔
  12. Erik the Anglophile

    Essential non brewing equipment

    I think everything is brewing equipment, God wills it. Otherwise he would not have given man the mind to invent beer.
  13. Erik the Anglophile

    Essential non brewing equipment

    If you use something for brewing although not originally intended for it, does it not then become brewing equipment?
  14. Erik the Anglophile

    Sub wlp 028 with Nottingham?

    That actually sounds like a good idea, I'll try it if the problem remains. It looked like the plastic "beards" around the holes from drilling the plastic had softened up and folded themselves back over the holes, so I stuck a wood plant stick thorough them and scraped of the plastic bearding.
  15. Erik the Anglophile

    Sub wlp 028 with Nottingham?

    Good to know, thank you for your help. Cheers!
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