I'm working with Bru'n Water for the first time. I'm coming up with 15grams of Gypsum to bring my calcium up for 5gal of an IPA. Starting calcium is 19PPM. I think I'm using it correct, just wanted to bounce it off some smarter folk.
Biggest thing for me is planning. Need to make sure all "chores" are done first. I also start early and do full volume BIAB. Most brews are cleaned up within 4 hours.
That being said, as they get older I've been trying to incorporate them into the process. I brewed last week and my 6yr...
Update - I tired to give it a shake and wait... still no seperation. I poured the whole thing into 4 sanitized mason jars and put in the fridge.
Question now is - Do I need to make a starter when using these?
For the first time I attempted to save my yeast cake from the latest batch that I kegged. I left some beer in the fermentor, swished all the goodness around, poured into a growler and waited for the separation to appear so I can pour into mason jars.
After waiting some time I didn't see any...