I'm looking to get a thermostat control unit so I can use my kegerator to hold my carboy for fermentation. I wanna get a controller I can plug into the wall. Any suggestions on a good one at an affordable price? Thanks
Thanks for all the advice. They are only going to sit for the two week carbonation period before they get drank. Thanks Maffewl for the dropping the die in each bottle before I cap it advice. That will help with the worry of dying my bottling bucket green.
I have a friend that wants me to brew him some beer but wants it to be green like on St Pattys day. The only thing is he wants it green as people open them and not add it in when they open the bottle. Would this affect any of the beer if I add in food coloring during the bottling process? Any...
I usually brew all grain but got some dried malt extract from a buddy. Just got done brewing it last night and got it into my fermenter. This morning I checked on it and it looks like it is lacking fermentation. I pitched my yeast at about 73degrees. Any thoughts???
When I am in the mash step and I add my grain that's in the muslin bag to the water and I check the temperature should the grain be at the 150-160 degree range or should the liquid be around 150-160? I assume the grain should or both. Any help would be amazing.
I've been reading through some of the forums and I'm Farley new to brewing. Is it ok if there is no water or sanitizer in my blow off bucket or will this cause air to get into my carboy and contaminate my mix?