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    1 gallon batch WAY off color

    That's the best part of one gallon brewing is that I can brew in my stove top:rockin:
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    1 gallon batch WAY off color

    I've heard different boil ratios will affect bitterness levels how much of a difference do you think this will make in a small batch?
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    3.5 gallon boils on electric stovetop

    Unfortunately no the building isn't designed like that. I think I'm going to start experimenting with 1 gallon batches though I can bring.6 of a gallon up to a boil in a couple minutes I did it the other night start to finish including steeping crystal for a half hour and clean up was less than...
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    1 gallon batch WAY off color

    Ok thank you that makes me feel alot better.for a second I was thinking about conditioning with extra pale malt extract and now I feel dumb because I wasn't thinking about the fact that sugar is white and sugar water would be the lightest color substance to condition with. Serious brain fart on...
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    1 gallon batch WAY off color

    I brewed a one gallon batch last night that was supposed to be an extra pale beer, but it came out with a greenish Brown color. I've read that the color error could be due to an early addition of lme. I was just wondering if it will have any kind if negative impact on the taste? I also used...
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    3.5 gallon boils on electric stovetop

    Me and my girlfriend just moved into an apartment on the third floor of the building and can't use propane and electric burners are a bit pricy for me at the moment. I was wondering if our standard electric stovetop would work if I got insulation for the outside my stainless steel pot? Or I may...
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    MY barely legal ale

    alright so im a little pissed upon learning that theres already a beer called "Barely Legal" (or "Barley Legal, each result is spelled different on google.) its a coconut beer brewed by Palo Alto for anyone who doesnt know. i believe my newest brew is more deserving of the name, seeing as to...
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    Naturally Carbonating in Keg

    ok so far its looking like im too broke for a keg and everything that comes with it. i stumbled across the party pig & TAD systems and did a little reading, its looking like theyre both suitable for what im trying to do (when i was considering buying a corny i was stuck between a 2.5 gal and 22"...
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    Naturally Carbonating in Keg

    if i do this will i need a hand pump since i wont have a co2 regulator? and how can i fill the headspace with co2?
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    Naturally Carbonating in Keg

    probably a dumb question, but when im naturally carbing in a keg am i supposed to leave a head space at all? also, what are the dimensions of a 5 gallon corny keg? jw if i can fit one in my mini fridge.
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    Naturally Carbonating in Keg

    thanks yall this has been a huge help
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    Any brewers in Orlando wanna trade beers?

    Hey guys my girlfriend and I are relocating to Orlando in a few weeks and I was wondering if there was anyone in the area who'd be down to trade homebrewed or rare beers (or wine).
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    Naturally Carbonating in Keg

    are there any carb calculators that take into account the volume of the vessel(s) youll be conditioning in?
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    Brewers in St. Pete/Clearwater

    Old thread but Avid Brewing & Hydroponic Supply on 1st avenue south in between 17th and 18th street in st pete has a few different classes going on apparently. I've only been there once 2 weeks ago Idk if they have a club I'll ask when I go on today for a new auto siphon.
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    Naturally Carbonating in Keg

    im going to just keep the corny keg (when i finally get one) in a spare full sized fridge i keep outside when its done conditioning, so should i try and over carb it a little?
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