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- Short & Shoddy | Czech Amber Lagerby Will Lovell on September 22, 2022 at 10:00 am
Author: Will Lovell In September 2013, my wife and I met some friends in the beautiful city of Prague, which is known for their beer culture, in fact residents of this country drink more beer per capita than any other country in the world. The sites were unquestionably breathtaking, the people were incredible, the food
- exBEERiment | Impact Fermenter Size Has On An American Brown Aleby Mike Neville on September 19, 2022 at 10:00 am
Author: Mike Neville Brewers of every scale have available to them myriad options when it comes to fermentation vessel, from small PET carboys to huge stainless tanks. Even when the material of the vessel is the same, some believe other factors can impact the character of the finished beer. One big difference is headspace, which
- The Hop Chronicles | US Goldings (2020) Pale Aleby Mike Neville on September 15, 2022 at 10:00 am
Author: Mike Neville As the American-grown version of the classic British variety, East Kent Goldings (EKG), US Goldings were derived from the wild Canterbury Whitebine variety back in the late 18th century, though they were first grown in the United States in the early 1990s. Known for its pleasantly fragrant aromas of citrus and spice,
- exBEERiment | Hop Stand vs. Dry Hop In An American IPAby Paul Amico on September 12, 2022 at 10:00 am
Author: Paul Amico These days, there are numerous types of IPA that have their own unique qualities, though one thing they all share is a strong hop character. One of the most popular methods for imparting beer with heaps of hop aroma is dry hopping, which involves adding a dose of hops to the beer
- Brü It Yourself | Maplewood Brewery & Distillery’s Charlatan Pale Aleby Steve Thanos on September 8, 2022 at 10:00 am
Author: Steve Thanos Every once in a while, a commercial beer comes along that I feel is so uniquely good that I feel inspired to brew a version myself. Unfortunately, attempts to clone recipes are often unfruitful, as brewers are left to guess what ingredients are used in the original recipe, which given the abundance
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- How Many Gallons Brewed in 2022by firstname.lastname@example.org (DBhomebrew) on September 26, 2022 at 5:17 am
3.3 gallons English Stock Ale a la 11-11-11 Gunstock Ale. 3.3
- Priming in screw top vodka and wine bottlesby email@example.com (Dex Pistol) on September 26, 2022 at 5:07 am
Howdy. I have a bunch of screw top Stoli bottles, as well as a screw top wine bottle. Assuming I screw the top tightly after bottling, would there be any issues with carbing in these bottles?
- PicoBrew Zymaticby firstname.lastname@example.org (anthropod) on September 26, 2022 at 4:34 am
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1708005089/picobrew-zymatic-the-automatic-beer-brewing-applia 2.5Gal brewing capacity. Neat concept. Price is not that bad compared to other turnkey. Dishwasher and flush cleanup? Sound pretty neat. I could see this one taking off. What do others think?
- How many gallons of Mead, 2022!by email@example.com (Kyzaboy89) on September 26, 2022 at 4:31 am
Happy new year everyone, let’s get this show on the road and see if we can make it to 1000 this year. Kickin’ off the new year with 6 gallons of Rolanberry Mead. It’s a fruit combination recipe from Final Fantasy XIV that I’m attempting to create for my wife based on the official cookbook she is in love with. Essentially, it is Cherry, Raspberry and Strawberry combined with some lemon. 6 gallons, Let’s Go!
- Is a cup too much juice too much for the yeast?by firstname.lastname@example.org (Dex Pistol) on September 26, 2022 at 3:52 am
Hello. I’m making 6 gallons apple cider with EC-1118 and nutrient. The way the juice is packaged I have 22.89 litres of juice. 6 gallons is 22.7 litres. Since each packet of EC-1118 is rated up to 6 gallons, would it be better to remove the 0.8 cup of juice extra, or does that small an amount not make a difference?
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- Tried making a brew day video – been tinkering with a cream ale inspired beerby /u/jmnicholas86 on September 26, 2022 at 5:17 am
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- Daily Q & A! – September 26, 2022by /u/AutoModerator on September 26, 2022 at 5:07 am
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- The Oktoberfest gambitby /u/unique_name4 on September 26, 2022 at 2:39 am
Wanted to run a plan past this sub before I end up with a disappointing festbier as I haven’t done any pressure fermenting before. I’m a student going home for Thanksgiving next weekend and I won’t be home again until Christmas break. Would it be possible to brew an Oktoberfest beer and then use a keg as a pressure fermentation vessel and lager it for the 3 months I am away? The plan being that the beer would carbonate itself and I wouldn’t have to force carb it when I come home for the holidays. I have never done any pressure fermentation before and I’m worried about off-flavours from skipping the primary fermentation. I’m also worried that having the entire fermentation happen in a sealed keg would result in a massively over-carbonated beer. Just curious what people’s thoughts are or if anyone has advice about pressure fermenting in general. Cheers! submitted by /u/unique_name4 [link] [comments]
- Spigot has smallest leak. Will this affect the fermentation?by /u/SeanWhelan1 on September 26, 2022 at 1:50 am
I use a glass 1 gallon fermenter with a spigot (from northern brewer). During the sanitation process I didnt see any leaks. Usually I fill it up with water + star san, then inspect for any leakage before filling with beer. I check for wet spots on the area its on etc. It seemed good to go. However, once I poured the beer and checked on it there seems to be the smallest of small leaks near the spigot hole. I placed a napkin near the spigot to keep an eye and there’s 3 – 5 drops in a course of 8 hours. I can’t tighten it anymore, its the 0 ring around it that seams to be the source. Will this affect fermentation at all or am I overthinking this? Specifically with the small amount coming out. submitted by /u/SeanWhelan1 [link] [comments]
- Temp control while pressure fermenting?by /u/polska619 on September 26, 2022 at 12:37 am
Hi all, I am looking to do pressure ferments to be able to do lagers as I don’t have a spot to hold the fermenter as lager temps. Without having an expensive jacketed conical, how would one have temp control on let’s say an all rounder? I figure that I can get away with room temp ~20C/68F, but what if it climbs higher to low 20Cs/70Fs? For those who pressure ferment lagers, is fermentation temps a problem? submitted by /u/polska619 [link] [comments]