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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Bleed P&G
[quote]40 psi for 24 hours[/quote] [quote]Typically set the regulator to 30 psi, then roll the keg around. Do this about 5 minutes are so. Then place it in the fridge for 24 hours.[/quote] [quote]35-40 psi for a day[/quote] Doesn't sound like anyone else has patience either. :lol:...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Bleed P&G
[quote]I do recall i force carbed for about 40 hours instead of the usual 24 at 30 psi, then dropped the co2 back to 18-20 psi and let it sit for a week, then reduced to serving pressure.[/quote] While on this topic, what is everyone's carbonation technique? I don't have the patience to set it ...
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[quote]Today One of my kegs started foaming up like crazy. It was dispensing fine a few days ago, but all of a sudden k get foam.[/quote] I had this same problem for my first 15+ batches of beer. I noticed that my beers would pour fine until I got down to the last gallon in the keg. Then each beer ...
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[quote]Strong porter or stout followed by low gravity stout or porter[/quote] Yeah, I was thinking about doing a pecan porter. Do you think that the pecan flavor will fall out while it ages in the barrel?...
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The wife delivered this year for Christmas. Now the only questions is what to fill it with. [img]https://i.imgur.com/NNvyF0Q.jpg[/img]...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Bleed P&G
[quote]all 10 minutes and later in the boil, then whirlpool, dry hops.[/quote] I did this recently with a red IPA. I was very happy with the results. Will definitely be doing it again in the future....
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Where to launch in Delacroix? - Bleed P&G
I have not been out there in 15+ years. Where is a good place to launch?...
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I made a NE IPA recently that came out pretty well. The mouthfeel was perfect, but I found that the beer was a bit too bitter. [quote]1) Whirlpool hopping [/quote] Definitely whirlpool hop, but wait until the wort temperature gets down to around 175°F. I added 4 oz of hops at flameout and let i...
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What does the 60 minute rest at 100F do? I understand the rest of it; protein rest, beta rest, alpha rest and mashout. ...
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[quote]So what's on everyone's Christmas list?[/quote] Last year, I got Mark's Keg Washer and I love it. It makes cleaning kegs and carboys effortless. I put it in the bathtub, add some hot PBW, come back 20-30 minutes later and its done. I use it very often and highly recommend it. [img]https://b...
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LBHS was out of 3711, so I passed on the saison. Ended up brewing a smoked brown ale. Brew day went pretty well considering that I was watching the game while brewing....
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What is your mash temperature?...
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To all in this thread, I'm going to be brewing this weekend, but have not yet decided what to brew. I am going to the LHBS later today to get ingredients. What should I brew? Give me one of your favorite recipes. The only two styles that I don't want to brew right now are porter and IPA, since I ...
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re: What are some good things from Trader Joes? - Bleed P&G
The mini croissants and peanut butter cups are killer. ...
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[quote]Whirlpooled with 3 oz of citra and plan to dry hop with 5 oz citra. [/quote] I brewed a red IPA on Saturday. Whirlpooled with 4 oz of Citra and 1.5 oz of Columbus. Plan to dry hop with another 4 oz of Citra....
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I brewed an ESB a few weeks ago and it came out really well. It might be a minerally, but it does have some nice lacing. [img]https://i.imgur.com/DHlDJNT.jpg[/img]...
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[link=(https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013JPXNLA/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1)]This pump[/link] works just great for me. I attached a piece of hose to it with a hose clamp and it works just fine. The sink that I place it in is about 3 feet lower than the inlet to my chiller, and the...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - Bleed P&G
I'm very happy with how my NE IPA turned out. It has great color, great mouthfeel, and wonderful aroma. I hopped it with Galaxy, Amarillo, Columbus, and Cascade. Next time, I think I might switch the Galaxy for Citra. [img]http://i.imgur.com/QSCDkqG.jpg[/img]...
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I have a few of questions for those of you that use tea balls for keg hopping IPAs. 1) How many ounces of keg hops do you add? 2) Do you add the keg hops as soon as you keg, or do you add them when you are about to start drinking the keg? To clarify, I typically keg 2 weeks after brewing and th...
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I have a couple of questions about using flaked oats. 1) Do you need to do anything special with them, or just throw them into the mash? 2) I am brewing a beer with 15% of the grain bill being flaked oats. At this percentage, do I need to perform a beta -glucan rest to avoid a stuck sparge?...
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