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    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    Yes I used a hydrometer! Brewersfriend eh. I'll have a look thank you!!!
  2. S

    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    Just an update!! Firstly thank you all SOOO much on the great information. I loved reading every comment and reading links provided. I tested my beer at 2 weeks and it hit in range but the smell was a little strong. I let it rest for another 2 weeks (3 weeks 5 days) and it smells great. Did a...
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    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    I went into a brewing shop here in town. He asked me what kind of beer I enjoyed and then suggested a setup. I didn't do proper research before buying, always wanted to and impulsed bought. I'm guessing I'll do an ale next bath
  4. S

    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    XD You have to crawl before you learn to walk
  5. S

    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    I live by a Mill and smell sulfur a lot. Definitely a unique smell. I'll keep a close eye on that
  6. S

    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    I jumped into it a little early without as much research. I've spent the last 2 hours reading and more to come! Excited to have started
  7. S

    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    is there a way to tell if it is cleaned up of sulfur? will the smell let me know? I'm down to wait longer if needed, like I said zero rush on this
  8. S

    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    I'm fermenting in a basement that is 10°c at the moment. It will be getting colder as the weeks progress. If it doesn't turn out I'll run it again with the winter coming, would be easily controlled
  9. S

    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    it came in a package without any information. Only a BBE date and a 79633 pin. Its Brew Canada lager kit. I looked absolutely everywhere
  10. S

    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    Okay I didn't know this. I could easily get it into a room between 8-11°c . The instruction didn't say a temperature to keep it in. I was always under the impression of a warmer room.
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    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    Awesome, I had no idea. So I could probably turn the heat up in the room at week 3-4ish for a bit. Nothing to crazy, I'd assume 25-28°c? Sorry for all the questions, I just find it so interesting!
  12. S

    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    I'm 10000% comfortable with waiting. I'm a fan of waiting until things are done, no rush on my end. I'll go 3-4 weeks for sure
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    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    Great advice thank you! So I'll test my batch at 2 weeks and see where is? Is that how you tell if your beer is ready or not. I'm thinking with the carboy I'll make some wine for my girlfriend.
  14. S

    First time brewing, would love some tips!

    Hey guys! First time trying my hand at brewing. Have had a couple solid marijane grows so what to expand on making my own product. This seems like a great hobby and a lot of different ways to brew which I love. I bought a kit and it came with a 5gal bucket and a 5g carboy. I bought a kit and it...
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