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    1-Gallon Brewers UNITE!

    Well, that's a smackdown. I have not idea how to even infuse a wort or mash with smoke. I guess all I can reply is that I have been to Weltenberg a couple of times. Man, am I going to enjoy this hobby.
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    1-Gallon Brewers UNITE!

    All sounds good save for the sours -- not a big fan, guess I lied when I said I'll drink any beer. However, while sours are off my list, I do actually like rauchbier and am guessing no one on this forum has ever tried that? That's probably a PhD level beer.
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    1-Gallon Brewers UNITE!

    THANKS. What do you suggest I try next on the difficulty scale as my 2nd batch? As I like all beer, whatever I brew< i'll drink -- if it's drinkable.
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    1-Gallon Brewers UNITE!

    Thanks, registered on BeerSmith. Is there a section/forum for 1 gal recipes or do I just have to search for them under each style?
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    1-Gallon Brewers UNITE!

    Or if IPA is too ambitious for my 2nd batch, maybe an Irish or red ale.
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    1-Gallon Brewers UNITE!

    Hi all, my first kit batch (an English ale) finished carbonating and was quite drinkable. I am ready to start a second batch and was wondering if the is a place where I can find 1 gallon recipes? I am thinking about next trying a super hazy IPA, like one I had in NM back over New Years (it was...
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    1-Gallon Brewers UNITE!

    Thanks for the encouragement that my beer doesn't look bad. I was definitely worried. Will carbonate (any sugar recommendations: instructions say 1oz for a gallon) bottle it (16oz snap tops) in the next couple of days. Good call on the saran wrap. I use it all the time on a newly opened...
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    1-Gallon Brewers UNITE!

    Hi, I am new to brewing: daughter bought me a 1gal starter kit for Christmas. It's the Refinery and Co. Beer Making Kit. https://www.staples.com/Refinery-3345022-Beer-Making-Kit/product_2396122 The ingredients/recipe is supposed to be for an ale (doesn't say what kind). Followed...
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    Questions about telling when wash(?) is done fermenting

    A large-ish bag of grain and separate small bags of hops and yeast. That bottle bomb thing is a new one for me. Exciting. Does the step of adding an ounce of dissolved sugar after rack caning it out of the fermenter and before bottling to develop carbonation sound right?
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    Questions about telling when wash(?) is done fermenting

    Thanks for the replies. No hydrometer -- kit didn't come with one. Not sure of the kit: threw the box out. Yes, after reducing the mash to wort, we "cooked" the wort at 160 for an hour per the instructions (which I no longer have -- wife threw them away), then cooled the wort in an ice bath...
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    Questions about telling when wash(?) is done fermenting

    Daughter gave me a beer starter kit for Christmas. The grain mix and yeast for an ale were included. We've made the wort, mash, washed it and put it in a fermenter (1 gal glass jug). It's been fermenting for about 10 days now. The temp where it is stored (dark) is 58-62 degrees (using...
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