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  1. Jban7

    Adding Sodium/potassium metabisulfite to gelatin

    Hey guys Has anyone ever added Sodium/potassium metabisulfite to gelatin as there adding to the keg to reduce oxygenated beer ? I know in theory it should work but I'm not sure if it will react in a negative way adding both together. Any thoughts? This would sure save a lot of hassle Cheers
  2. Jban7

    Honey malt.!

    I know i mentioned that you recipe was good but its getting better and better with age. Thanks again. I will definitely be brewing this again and again. Thanks
  3. Jban7

    Honey malt.!

    Thanks for that really informative reply I will take that to bank and instantly use your advice. Tward the end of the keg when the beer i just brewed really started to clear out it kinda lost that honey note. Came out to me as just a back sweet. Which dont misconstrued that recipe mcknuckle...
  4. Jban7

    Bottle Conditioning for low carbed beers

    I have a propane stove with a very small pilot light inside. When I'm done bottling a beer with kveik I put a couple in there at about 80°f and I can have a primed beer in 3 days. But I dont recommend doing it to all of them. At that temp you will never get the yeast haze out.
  5. Jban7

    Oatmeal stout, Nottingham or Voss Kveik ??

    What temperature do you ferment your porters?
  6. Jban7

    Oatmeal stout, Nottingham or Voss Kveik ??

    Perfect ! Thanks thats helps alot.
  7. Jban7

    Oatmeal stout, Nottingham or Voss Kveik ??

    I have done both ways. And I get the same result tast wise. One surprising outcome and the only difference that I can see is that when dry pitching fermentation starts way faster. I'm talking like 6 hrs and like I said thats at about 70°f.
  8. Jban7

    Oatmeal stout, Nottingham or Voss Kveik ??

    Thanks Pozzi Thats kinda what I was thinking about the over pitching. I did my last honey pale ale with voss and over pitched as well. I still got a hint of orange peal like character. I even fermented it at its low rang from 68 to 75 on the kitchen counter. I also live off grid and dont have...
  9. Jban7

    Oatmeal stout, Nottingham or Voss Kveik ??

    I have a question maybe some one has some experience on. currently i just kicked a keg of oatmeal stout from John Palmers brewing classic styles. it was so good that my wife for the first time asked how to "use the beer fridge". i really want to brew it again the week but i don't have any US 05...
  10. Jban7

    Honey malt.!

    Ended up really good. I also added .5 lbs of honey because why not hah. Using voss gave it a really nice fruity taste but not over powering as I fermented it at about 65 to 68°f then slowly increased it to 74 before keg cold crashing. Even my wife likes this one. How ever I dont know if I would...
  11. Jban7

    Over night mash

    Just to add i use a orange 10 gallon water cooler that I plan on pre heating with hot water and putting it next to my wood stove to keep it as close to mash temp as possible.
  12. Jban7

    Over night mash

    So I have a direct question if you all don't mind. All the threads I have seen seem to go off topic to shorten a brew day. I am looking for specific experiences, positives and negatives on over night mashing. I have small kids and a stressed wife. So it's hard for me to get a full brew day in...
  13. Jban7

    Honey malt.!

    Thanks for the info ! I will do exactly that for my next batch using 2 row and quick oats to keep it simple. Hops I will go with .5 oz magnum for bitter and 1 oz Idaho 7 for a dry hop. Iv been using Voss kveik for most of my beers lately as I live off grid with no hydro and is nearly...
  14. Jban7

    Honey malt.!

    What do you recommend for water profile ?
  15. Jban7

    Honey malt.!

    Hello every one ! First post on the website or any sort of forum for that mater. I have been brewing for just over a year now and am on my 10th all grain batch of beer. I could say I think I found my passion. My question is of all the research I have found on honey malt it quite fascinating and...
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