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    Keg dry hopping with Eureka! after carbonation

    Hi forum So i have just completed my first kegging of a homebrew batch (West coast IPA) which i intend to bring on a weekend trip with some friends. I am quite satisfied with the taste of the beer, however i was wondering whether it would be possible to dry hop in the keg after carbonation...
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    Rookie Kegging Questions

    Very well - so i can just as well hook the keg up to the co2 and start carbonating while it is cooling down? Just purged the oxygen, 15 minutes after kegging, hoping this will do I only have one 2.5 gal keg,but will by another in the near future - my regulator have 2 Co2 outputs so i would be...
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    Rookie Kegging Questions

    Perfect Mcknucle thanks for the input! So i completed the transfer according to your advice, however i didn't cold crash the beer before kegging. Should i proceed to force carbonate the beer right away, or should i cool it in fridge before carbing? and also - should i purge oxygen from the keg...
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    Rookie Kegging Questions

    Hi I just bought my first kegging setup and have a few questions regarding the process. Its a 2.5 gal corny keg and as most setups/descriptions use 5gal kegs i was wondering if there is any difference in the force carbonation process in regards to the time it takes, or the pressure applied...
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    Looking for some good Kveik Recipes

    Sounds promising! i have just ordered home the recipes to try this one out - thanks :) Well mostly because its fast and good in the heat as we have one of the warmest summers ever here in denmark, and i have no effective means of controlling the temperature except from warping wet towels round...
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    Looking for some good Kveik Recipes

    Hi all I am quite new to homebrewing and have recently started looking into the kveik yeast strains which seem quite interesting, and seems like they would work well in the current summer heat. As such i would like to try some recipes utilizing this yeast, however i am having a hard time...
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    Budget kegging and draught serving setup?

    This sounds pretty reasonable :) - and yeah makes sense with the solids getting disrupted by transport I've also been doing a bit of digging myself and found this (image) as far as i can understand it contains everything for kegging and serving homebrew, if you use the keg conditioning approach...
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    Budget kegging and draught serving setup?

    Hi A couple of months ago i started my venture into the hobby of homebrewing and have since then been hooked (Read: addicted) So far i have been bottling, however i've started to look a bit into kegging. However, i am a student with a budget and some of the "systems" that i have been looking at...
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    Chocolate Coffee milk stout recipe request

    So the first stout with cocoa nibs and vanilla turned out amazing! -I've just added cocoa nibs and coffee beans to the secondary for the next one and i am toying with the idea of creating a "bounty" style stout with chocolate and coconut -How did you proceed with preparing and adding the coconut...
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    Good IPA recipes to try out?

    Right then - as i am still pretty new to brewing i want to nail down some proven recipes before i start experimenting too much as to rule out any errors in my brewing process. Beersmith sounds interesting - i will look into that one :) Cheers
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    Need quick advice adjuncts effect on priming sugar quantity

    Right i followed your advice and so far no bottle bombs so thats a plus :) Cheers guys
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    Good IPA recipes to try out?

    Hi I want to get some more experience with brewing IPA's and was wondering if anyone got some recommendations for IPA recipes. So far i have only tried out a Two-hearted clone which turned out fine, but i would like to try something "hoppier" Allgrain BIAB brewer Cheers
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    Need quick advice adjuncts effect on priming sugar quantity

    Hi I am about to bottle my first milk stout in which i will be adding a tincture of roasted cacao nibs and vanilla beans to the bottling bucket right before bottling. However i am in doubt as to whether the sugar contents of the adjuncts would mess up the usual priming sugar quantity and...
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    Using a 5 gal fermentor bucket for 2.5 gal batches

    Very well - thanks for the quick responses :)
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    Using a 5 gal fermentor bucket for 2.5 gal batches

    Hi Quick questions - any risk in using a 5 gal fermentor bucket for a 2.5 gal batch? My initial worry would be oxidation however i reckon that the oxygen wont harm the beer when the fermentation is starting up, and will eventually be pushed out with the Co2being produced Thoughts?
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