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  1. Bob Mar

    Complete Homebrew Set Up - SS Brew Stand and all major equipment

    Custom Stainless Steel Brew Stand Welded Stainless Steel custom fabricated brew stand with 3 burners, regulator set for liquid propane usage. Banjo style burners, Bayou Classic - high pressure cast iron burner BG10. 4 heavy-duty locking casters built to last. Brewstand only...
  2. G

    BIAB like a BOSS

    I began my home-brewing career a little over a year ago and have to admit, I am completely hooked on the art and science of the craft. I am fortunate in that an ex-roommate of mine some years back was a keen brewer, allowing me to assist and enjoy the fruits of his labors. This provided me with...
  3. M

    Brew in a Bag a Good Transition to All Grain Brewing Without Intimidation

    Hello, fellow home brewers! I have been brewing for a relatively short period of time. About six months. In the beginning, I fermented about six or eight batches of cider, mostly crab apple, using fruit that grows in my neighborhood. That's what got me started. When the crab apples were gone, I...
  4. M

    Brew in a Bag a Good Transition to All Grain Brewing Without Intimidation

    Hello, fellow home brewers! I have been brewing for a relatively short period of time. About six months. In the beginning, I fermented about six or eight batches of cider, mostly crab apple, using fruit that grows in my neighborhood. That's what got me started. When the crab apples were gone, I...
  5. HomeBrewMasterRace

    All Grain BIAB

    I'm interesting in doing a 5 Gallon Batch of a hefeweizen. I just bought the grain as well a brewing bag to clamp over the sides. I know i need to not tie it off and clamp it so i can stir to avoid clumps. My question needs a little background I only have a 5 gallon kettle, If i was to make the...
  6. C

    Sediment in primary

    Hey Everyone, I’m on my second brew ever and I just pitched yeast in the primary fermenter about an hour ago. I realized shortly after that I forgot to strain out sediment before I put it into the primary, and it already looks like there’s a thick layer of sediment building (about a third of...
  7. Gabriel Chevalier

    Brewing with Coffee

    I read up a bit on the many forms of brewing with coffee e.g. stouts, porters, cream ales, even IPAs. But I'd like to ask what techniques, ingredients, etc. you all would think is best if I'm trying to capture the most natural coffee flavors. I can think of brewing something using very lightly...
  8. L

    BIAB bag sparge

    I have started all grain 2.5 gallon BIB batches doing the same thing as below only with my water about split in half for both mash and BAG SPARGE (new term???) both done in the Gott cooler my question is :confused:how long do you let the bag sit in your sparge water before you pull it out and...
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