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Cosmo
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re: Homebrewing: Any homebrew updates this weekend?

Like 1.1, actually got it down to 1.025 for about 10.0% abv. Thought it would stall for sure but i guess 3 packs of yeast did the job.


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Zappas Stache
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re: Homebrewing: Any homebrew updates this weekend?
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I was wondering about this. There was an article in How To Brew about this a few months back. How do you store your extract, to keep it good for brewing the next day? This would greatly help in brew days. What do you store your extract in?




I just put my boil pot full of wort in my fermentation fridge. But I've also just left it on the floor inside overnight with a lid on. It doesn't really matter if funky shite starts growing in it as you boil that off. I did one time have some nasty, stinky stuff growing on the wort surface. The final product tasted great.


Rouge
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re: Homebrewing: Any homebrew updates this weekend?
lets dry hop the crap out a RIS and throw a lot of bourbon soaked white oak chips in the secondary


LoneStarTiger
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Lone Star State
Member since Aug 2004
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re: Homebrewing: Any homebrew updates this weekend?
general home brew question:
do y'all use oak chips or cubes? American or French? Light or dark?


s14suspense
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Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2007
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re: Homebrewing: Any homebrew updates this weekend?
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do y'all use oak chips


I've used some chips in a kriek... French/american and light/dark toast is all a preference thing based on what you want from the oak.


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Zappas Stache
Snotterburgh
Member since Apr 2009
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re: Homebrewing: Any homebrew updates this weekend?
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lets dry hop the crap out a RIS and throw a lot of bourbon soaked white oak chips in the secondary



Lets go.


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