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    To oxygenate or not

    I’m sure the water was too warm, but, disaster averted as it is now actively chugging away with no extra steps needed. Let’s hope the final product doesn’t show any signs it was stressed. Lesson learned for next time. Thanks everyone.
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    To oxygenate or not

    Flars, you were right, it must have been an extended growth stage, as it is now happily chugging away. Whew!!
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    To oxygenate or not

    I posted this in another sub-forum but I don’t think that one gets much traffic, so..... Well this is a first for me. I’ve been brewing for 7-8 years and worked part time as a brewer for a commercial brewery for 3 years....never had a bad batch. I brewed a breakfast stout on Brew Year’s Day...
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    To oxygenate or not

    Well this is a first for me. I’ve been brewing for 7-8 years and worked part time as a brewer for a commercial brewery for 3 years....never had a bad batch. I brewed a breakfast stout on Brew Year’s Day, OG 1.088. Hit all my numbers etc etc. It has coffee and chocolate additions. Pitched the...
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    Where do I get water test strips?

    Check out the Brewing Science forum! Lots of water info there.
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    Beer History Sites

    Thanks guys. My paper will be focused more on union/labor issues, though history does play a big role. There isn't much info on current union trends, especially micro breweries, which is probably because few, if any are organized. Researching something beer related definitely makes the whole...
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    First Wort Hoping

    Subscribed....
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    Beer History Sites

    Hell, I should just interview YOU for my paper. Over a beer or two, of course.
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    Beer History Sites

    Just wanted to say thanks, mainly to Revvy, for all these links and resources. I'm taking a labor studies course at Wayne State and for our final paper, we can write about anything as long as it pertains to labor and american politics. I'm still not 100% sure what angle I'm going to take, but...
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    Pumpkin Ale problems

    After alot of searching on the forums for the answer to your question, I finally went back into my notes and saw what I did when I was doing extract/specialty brewing. I roasted the pumpkin (butternut and acorn squash for my recipe) for an hour in the oven, then scooped it all out into a muslin...
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    One for the Homebrew Mythbusters: Re-Cooling?

    Sorry, no facts here, but it's always seemed to me that once beer gets cold, then warms up again, it's never the same. That could be because my experience has always been with BMC type beer, so maybe it's just nasty to begin with :mug: It seems more "skunked" than usual after a temp change a few...
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    10 Gallons of Pumpkin Ale brewed up this weekend.

    Brewed my Squashbuckler two days ago...it uses butternut and acorn squash, along with some sweet potato "syrup." Hope this year's AG turns out as well as last year's partial mash!
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    Plight for Pliny

    I got my hands on a bottle this past march while in La Jolla. Of course it was good, but I think my expectations were a little high after being on this forum so much. I liked it alot, but I think the rarity of it is what makes it so heavenly to some. Sorry if I pee'd on anyones parade.
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    Attn Experienced Pumpkin Ale Brewers - Stuck Sparge Question

    So they did........ Serves me right for going through this stuff at work and not paying attention. My bad.
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