Search results

HomeBrewTalk.com - Beer, Wine, Mead, & Cider Brewing Discussion Community.

Help Support Homebrew Talk:

  1. methusula110

    Side by side temperature control

    Thanks for the input tally
  2. methusula110

    Side by side temperature control

    If I use a side by side Refrigerator/Freezer and use a control device to keep the fridge side at 65-70, what will the temperature be in the freezer? I want to turn my side by side into a fermentation chamber and use the freezer side for cold beer. Any help would be appreciated:confused:
  3. methusula110

    0 Gravity

    So, not that I'm super paranoid (:-)), checked again at 67deg and it was 1.000. That's reasonably accurate I think. Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
  4. methusula110

    0 Gravity

    Any thoughts on cold crashing straight to the keg now? I was going to leave it in the fermenting for a couple of weeks until I got the surprise reading. So, are we agreed that I have an accurate reading of 1.000? Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
  5. methusula110

    0 Gravity

    Looks slightly below, water might be 58 deg I'm seeing......maybe .99999? Maybe .95 Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
  6. methusula110

    0 Gravity

    Arc, I did not add any sugar. I tasted the beer at the above reading and it actually wasn't bad. It's been in the primary for 2 weeks. Maybe I should keg it now. Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
  7. methusula110

    0 Gravity

    Full discloser, I added the 1.5 DME at 5 days after fermentation. I suspect this is part of my problem. Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
  8. methusula110

    0 Gravity

    It's a high gravity yeast wlp099 Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
  9. methusula110

    0 Gravity

    I will pick up some distilled water tomorrow. I haven't seemed to have problems before. Weird. Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
  10. methusula110

    0 Gravity

    Even if it's 1.002, that's very low. Grain bill: 8lbs pale 2row 2lbs car 40L 1lb Rye 1.5lbs Amber DME
  11. methusula110

    0 Gravity

    House temp is 68
  12. methusula110

    0 Gravity

    here are my readings
  13. methusula110

    0 Gravity

    Is this even possible????, starting to wonder if my hydrometer is screwed up. This started at 1.072, used wlp099 High Gravity yeast. This seems impossible to me1.000. Any help would be appreciated,
  14. methusula110

    Pitching Slurry

    Here comes the dumb question.:o Is the yeast cake the whole trub? Or do you skim off the top? I get the part about dividing it for different gravity beers, but will the yield be about a cup (assuming I skim the whole fermenter)?
  15. methusula110

    757 Home Brewers

    I like Yardhouse. I might be able to do this Friday, I'm a fan of early (4-5). If that's too quick to do it, let's all meet in mid-April-Friday or Saturday around 5:00....Anyone? Then we can still hold June 6th for JMCQUESTEN
  16. methusula110

    757 Home Brewers

    Especially after 24 of them :mug: I'm also Va Beach-what's up with the group meet?
  17. methusula110

    Yeast Washing Illustrated

    After much reading, one thing i learned was not to harvest yeast form high gravity beers. I harvested wlp002 OG1.066 FG 1.010. Should I just throw this away?
  18. methusula110

    Cyser question

    I made this Cyser a little over a year ago. I am still enjoying it, and time has been very good to it. The taste is bitter apple and it has a nice "tingle" to it. I have to warn everyone who drinks it not to guzzle it like beer, it will send you to La La land :D
Top