I’ll bottle on the same schedule directly from primary. For what I’m producing, homebrew, I’m not overly concerned with super clarity anyway. If I ever decide to step into the market, that’s a different story.
Interesting idea. For beginners, I can see how the outdated instructions could cause harm to their first couple attempts at brewing and perhaps cause them to want to give up.
Again, fingers crossed, I’ve been lucky racking to a secondary over the years. This Blonde will be my first primary to...
I’m using my notes and 27 year old process knowledge when I brew. It’s quite obvious that the basic science of brewing hasn’t changed, but the equipment and ingredients have. No longer do we have to tear open a foil yeast packet or two! Makes total sense that today’s yeasts are cleaner, stronger...
Very good info, thanks! As I said, started brewing in ‘93. My how things have changed!! Since my kids have come along, 17 years ago, I’m only doing 2-3 brews a year. Therefore not really keen to all the advancements of our art.
I will research.
I’ve never had any problems. Been brewing since ‘93. I’m certainly not bottling for a couple weeks. Want to let the house ‘air out’, change filters etc...
I don’t want to leave this blonde sitting too long on the yeast. Brewed last Friday. Had a super active fermentation that...
Wife tested positive last Monday. Kids and I are quarantined for 14 days. She’s staying to two isolated areas of the house.
Everything beer is downstairs in the basement. Am I safe racking to secondary downstairs?
Whew! Glad to read all these sulfur threads. I only brew a few times a year anymore and this latest creation started putting out quite the odor after two days in primary.
5# raw Colorado Wheat
5# Colorado 2-row malt
6# raw Colorado honey
2oz Colorado grown Nugget hops (Get it? Denver...