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  1. dantzerman

    Brewing Safety & Quality

    Brewing safety is not just for the protection of the brewers but goes hand-in-hand with the quality of your finished liquid beverage. Brewing safety discussed here includes proper clothing and proper working environment, and how they help to guard an employee or brewer against potential chemical...
  2. dantzerman

    Brewing Safety & Quality

    Brewing safety is not just for the protection of the brewers but goes hand-in-hand with the quality of your finished liquid beverage. Brewing safety discussed here includes proper clothing and proper working environment, and how they help to guard an employee or brewer against potential chemical...
  3. beervoid

    Experiences with spunding valve (see photo)

    Hey everyone I bought this spunding valve and can't seem to make it work right. It is marketed as an adjustable pressure relief valve. There is a screw at the end (see photo) that I can turn outwards to relief tension from the in built spring. I use it to ferment in kegs. After adding first dry...
  4. Bob

    Why Not to Pitch On Your Yeast Cake

    Knocking out onto a yeast cake is never a good idea. It is - outside of a very, very few specific instances listed below - always over-pitching. Many amateur brewers report acceptable results by this practice. That's fine, and I applaud their success. Their success does not excuse that this...
  5. jdog188

    Fermenter qualitiy question

    Hello. I am a fairly new brewer, this will be my first time using a food grade bucket and hops. My question is regarding the quality of the food grade bucket. I got them for free from my place of employment which is a Japanese restaurant. The buckets smell of soy sauce, and it seems impossible...
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