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  1. sempf

    How many gallons brewed in 2020

    Well crap. 3,242 + 5 = 3,247
  2. sempf

    How many gallons brewed in 2020

    Been a while. +5 Red Hawk Ale 2,746.5 + 5 = 2751.5 gallons
  3. sempf

    How many gallons brewed in 2019!

    +5 Good Night In Mexico 1894
  4. sempf

    HomebrewSupply Recipe Giveaway

    Hopfellas IPA Partial Mash
  5. sempf

    What are you drinking now?

    I am drinking a pint of the new Hellbranch Dark Cider. Who am I kidding, it is Edwort's Apfelwein with a cup of molasses in it. It is awesome.
  6. sempf

    Dark Cider

    As part of a homeschool project, my son baked some corn bread thing with molasses in it. I enjoyed it with a pint of Edwort's Apfelwein, and it was an AWESOME combo. This latest batch of Aplfelwein I made, I put the rest of the molasses in the fermenter with the regular recipe, and I an just...
  7. sempf

    Christmas Ale Brew Day!

    This is a good idea. I am going to try this too. You think whole spices? Maybe split the nutmeg. What about a sweeter beer base? Or not worry about that, and leave it to the vanilla? S
  8. sempf

    NorcalBrewing Solutions Giveaway!

    I'm so totally in.
  9. sempf

    What are you drinking now?

    Stoudt's Pils. Needed something summery to make up for the two straight months of snow...
  10. sempf

    Drew my first ever draft of my own beer today

    Good advise. How about that valve and keg charger?
  11. sempf

    Drew my first ever draft of my own beer today

    After whatsitbeen ... 8 years of brewing? I finally kegged a batch of my Nice To Wheat You Ale last week. Two questions. The Keg Charger says "Never attach ball/pin valve to charger first!" So, I put the valve on the keg ... and all of the gas leaks out. I think "that's OK" because I am...
  12. sempf

    What are you drinking now?

    Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale. And I have to say, though I am not a hophead, it is one of my all time favorites.
  13. sempf

    Exactly what kegging equipment do I need if I am naturally carbonating my beer?

    Uh, Yoop, (or someone) What's a black QD? S
  14. sempf

    Exactly what kegging equipment do I need if I am naturally carbonating my beer?

    Hey, I have yeast farts, you have missing arms. We all drink, I guess. OK, so I am much better educated now. Thanks a lot! S
  15. sempf

    Exactly what kegging equipment do I need if I am naturally carbonating my beer?

    Well, I didn't think I was making a CO2 tank at all. I was making the CO2 with yeast farts. Like in the bottle. Or do I still need CO2 to push the beer out?
  16. sempf

    Exactly what kegging equipment do I need if I am naturally carbonating my beer?

    I am making a wheat beer for a conference in January, and I wanted to naturally carb it (add 3/4 cup of corn sugar and leave it for three weeks) in a keg. It just isn't clear to me what equipment I need and don't need. Clearly I need a keg. Ball lock. That's cool. Clearly I don't need a...
  17. sempf

    Malt Bomb anyone?

    At least you didn't drop it in the beer like I keep doing. I have a recipe I call Leaden Lager now because I've dropped the hydro in it twice. One ounce of Williamette isn't a lot, but I bet you will be able to taste it after it finishes fermenting out the sugar.
  18. sempf

    should i be worried?

    I've done this a number fo times and haven't ever had a problem. Once the tube is in place, a lot of the CO2 can escape easily, so unless you get a visible vapor trap in a bend in the hose it will look like nothing is happening anyway. I agree with Justibone. RDWHAHB.
  19. sempf

    crazy noob question

    I'm sorry but Root Beer JellO sounds awesome. S
  20. sempf

    crazy noob question

    Wow, that's a wild question. I guess you run the risk of introducing bacteria, but not much of you move fast. Are you going to add more yeast and ferment it again? S
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