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  1. Oberlutz

    From storage room to small brewery

    Haven't even been thinking about that. I heard that some farmers use them for making fruit mashings for liquor production. If they fit in our freezer/fermentation chamber it maybe would be worth the try. Thanks!
  2. Oberlutz

    From storage room to small brewery

    We use the drums for storing whole bags of malt. Base malts like marris otter, pilsner and wheat we have on hand. Useually we order just the right amount of special malt. The drums are quite nice, they are food safe and are quite easy to handle.
  3. Oberlutz

    From storage room to small brewery

    Thanks a lot guys! It surely is a huge improvment over a garage or a driveway, mainly because its now possible to brew in cold or harsh weather without cleaning everything outside with a cold gardenhose. I hope our having a cold after brewing stat will go significantly lower.
  4. Oberlutz

    From storage room to small brewery

    Now to the almost final Room. Its currently in a virgin state, but we are planning already the first brew.
  5. Oberlutz

    From storage room to small brewery

    After a year of brewing in a garage, where we shared the space with motorbikes, bikes, lawnmower, flowers and even garbage bags, we decided to build a dedicated brewery. We got the OK to remodel a bairbone storage room. The goal of this room was to make a small brewery fitted to our needs as a...
  6. Oberlutz

    Treating frozen fruits

    The beer tasted great, after 3 weeks it had a slight sour taste but it faded quikly away. *hough* I ditched the readings because the batches where getting really small. In total the beer was 4 weeks in the fermenters. I should tackle that on the next batch for sure. I used the same amount per...
  7. Oberlutz

    Treating frozen fruits

    Yeah I did rack it on top of the berrys in the secondary. No more like really foamy bottles, they almost empty themself when I open them. Hmm I did let it rest for 2 weeks at least bevore I bottled them. Yeah I bought whole frozen fruits but blended them to a slurry.
  8. Oberlutz

    Treating frozen fruits

    I made an american wheat ale, splittet the batch in four parts after the primary and added different fruits in the secondarys. One part i didnt add anything so I could see how strong the impact of the fruits are. But now alle fruity beers are gushing. My question is: how can I sterilize frozen...
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