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  1. J

    Casks For Homebrewers

    This summer, I won a pin cask as a raffle prize at the River's Edge Homebrew Festival - yahtzee! Knowing nothing about casks, I did a little research, talked with some cask-experienced friends, and then cask conditioned a beer to serve at our homebrew clubs annual picnic. While I'm no expert...
  2. J

    A lot of sediment/trub in bottles

    What’s up brewers? I made my third extract batch a few weeks ago which was a zombie dust clone. I let it ferment for 3 weeks and dry hopped it during the second week. It has been conditioning in bottles for two weeks. However, there is a lot of sediment in the bottles. It smells really good and...
  3. zgardener

    How Do They Do It? Commercial 'Bottle Conditoned' Brews W/O Sediment?

    I was pouring a very nice New Belgium Trippel the other day when I noticed that the label advertised that the brew was bottle conditioned. When I looked at the bottome of the bottle, however, I noticed that there was no trace of sediment or fallen yeast that I usually associate with bottle...