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  1. schoellhorn82

    Beers judged poorly but won 2nd place best of show

    Im sure i blurred a little with my ipa. Oh well it was fun and ill do it agaim regardless
  2. schoellhorn82

    Beers judged poorly but won 2nd place best of show

    Thanks! Guess im sorting out how i feel about it all. Mainly just happy the crowd liked them
  3. schoellhorn82

    Beers judged poorly but won 2nd place best of show

    This was 2 separate competition's. 1 for bjc and the other was a homebrew competition that was a fund raiser so people paid to come drink
  4. schoellhorn82

    Beers judged poorly but won 2nd place best of show

    Thank you. I hope it works out but the event of trying is most important. Ill take your advice to heart but i think i like the competitions too
  5. schoellhorn82

    Beers judged poorly but won 2nd place best of show

    My intention is to eventually open something for the public. I guess thats the testament to success
  6. schoellhorn82

    Beers judged poorly but won 2nd place best of show

    Had an imperial stout and an ipa judged at around 25 points out of 50 in a private bjc competition but won 2nd place in best of show out of about 26 brewers last weekend. Anyone have something like this happen? Perfectionism in me is screaming as its my first competition ove entered
  7. schoellhorn82

    A lot of gas from mild malt

    Yeah maybe. All beer does that to me too but this is obnoxious
  8. schoellhorn82

    A lot of gas from mild malt

    US 04. Use it all the time with no ill effects
  9. schoellhorn82

    A lot of gas from mild malt

    Anyone experience excess flatulence from beers using British mild malt? Lol kind of gross but its only this beer that does it. The recipe is 13lb British mild malt and 15% of the grist a combo of crystal malts. I have an ipa with 20% crystal grist that doesnt do it so thats not it. The beer...
  10. schoellhorn82

    Scum floating on top of RO water collection

    Ive one and the reading never changed even with more collection of the scum. Im just not going to use the pot for collection anymore
  11. schoellhorn82

    Scum floating on top of RO water collection

    I decided to ditch the water and recollect in glass
  12. schoellhorn82

    Scum floating on top of RO water collection

    Seasoned=Boiled water to form an oxidation layer as recommended by other brewers for aluminum
  13. schoellhorn82

    Scum floating on top of RO water collection

    I have been collecting my ro water the last few days and everytime i do in this seasoned aluminum pot, this scum keeps collecting at the top. Ive been able to collect some in a mesh strainer and it looks white and tastes like nothing. Any ideas what this could be? Fyi i have scrubbed and...
  14. schoellhorn82

    Starsan mixing ratio

    Yes you are correct on the ph after researching. Ive always seen when it went cloudy the ph levels went up. Use it how you use it. Mine stays good for months
  15. schoellhorn82

    Starsan mixing ratio

    I use 1.25 gallon ro water to 1/4th oz marking on the bottlr reservoir. Keep it in a bucket with lid and as long as the water stays clear and the ph is under 3.5 then i use it indefinitely
  16. schoellhorn82

    Have I been muting my beer?

    Good point. I didnt even look at the ad just forwarded it. Lesson learned before giving advice
  17. schoellhorn82

    Have I been muting my beer?

    check this out for a cheaper RO system http://www.homebrewfinds.com/2018/01/reverse-osmosis-filter-system-brewing-water-61-06-free-shipping.html
  18. schoellhorn82

    Have I been muting my beer?

    Yes i forgot to mention that solution. Once i moved to ro i haven't used it in a while
  19. schoellhorn82

    Who is brewing right now?

    10 gal British mild
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