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    extract weight to volume?

    so closer to half a gallon then
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    extract weight to volume?

    any more input?
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    extract weight to volume?

    im planning on brewing today.. i have a 33lb jug of malt extract i was told a gallon is equal to 6lb's is this correct? i just wanted to check on that before i went and did it.
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    Pilsner recipes... which hops?

    anyone know where i can find one of those hop charts in one page so i can print it out?
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    Pilsner recipes... which hops?

    i was looking at that. i just did a big circle between saaz, tettnanger, and Polish Lublin... the didnt have the saaz or tettnanger, and i dont remember seeing the polish lublin before at all. they had a box full of the 1 ounce gold bags of crosby & baker. and half of them i had never heard...
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    Pilsner recipes... which hops?

    im a pilsner guy. i recently went to my local package store becuase they have a small selection of hops and yeast. its only like 10 minutes from my house which is alot closer than my closest LBMS which is like an hour away. anyways, ive been using an ounce of cascade at the start and an...
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    My first question

    i meant during the carbonation process... when i first read your first post, it seemed like you were hooking it up to 25 PSI, shaking it up, then bleeding it all off. my bad...
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    My first question

    your supose to keep the CO2 hooked up the whole time. do not put it up to PSI then disconnet. i usually do 3 weeks in the primary then a week in the keg for carbonation
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    brewing larger batches

    i was thinking of that... the only thing i was concerned with was it also opens the possibility for more things to go wrong
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    brewing larger batches

    ive been kegging and ive been brewing 5 gallon batches and kegging them in a cornies... i have a sankie keg ive been thinking about using. but i was told to make at least 10 gallons if i do. the problem is, what do i use for a primary? ive searched for big primary buckets but didnt...
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    Blond Ale Recipe

    also, am im going to boil the whole 5 gallons? or like 1 or 2 gallons? like i said before this is going to be my 2nd batch. the one i did before i boiled 2 gallons and added it to 3 gallons that were already in the primary.
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    Blond Ale Recipe

    what if i wanted to use the 6lb liquid extract but i wanted to make it a little bit more alcoholic than the 4.26%?
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    Blond Ale Recipe

    thank you that is perfect
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    Blond Ale Recipe

    im having trouble finding a good blond ale recipe from extract. and yes ive searched already. here and on google. this is going to be my second batch. i was planning on starting with 6 lb's of light malt extract and an american ale yeast what hops should i use? and when in the boil?
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    kegging for the first time tonight...

    thanks guys... this should be fun
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    kegging for the first time tonight...

    do i leave the CO2 connected the whole time? or do i fill it up to pressure and disconnect it and throw it in the fridge?
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    kegging for the first time tonight...

    so how long at the high PSI? how long is several hours? a day? turn it down and test a glass after like 3 hours?
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    kegging for the first time tonight...

    the next one im going to do at the lower psi for the week and just let it age.. i want to be able to drink this batch this weekend.
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    kegging for the first time tonight...

    i am going to keg for the first time tonight. i got my set-up yesterday and all i have to do is sanitize it and she's good to go. i am going to force carb it. ive read everything and i get the general idea. the only question i have is, i know i put it up to about 30 PSI and shake for about...
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    cold crashing in primary

    i will go all the way down... but the highest it goes is about 55... so what should i put it at?
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