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If it was me, I'd pitch yeast again. Quite often, the yeast in those kits can get old (they sit on the self so the yeast and hops aren't refrigerated). Now, how can you mitigate this in the future? When you get a kit home, put the yeast and hops in the refrigerator (you can put hops in the freezer without harm). You can write down the ingredients in ...


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Using isinglass finings a number of times is perfectly possible but probably unnecessary. Once should be enough if time to settle is allowed. Unfortunately its use renders the beer unfit for vegetarian and vegans. That may be no great hardship (more beer for me....) but it is worth bearing in mind when offering a drink to the wider community. Also it is not ...


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That's an insinglass product (fish gelitan). You can add it multiple times with no adverse effects. Usually a proper dose just once combined with cold crash will make a brilliantly clear beer. Each pack is a dose for 5 gallons of beer. All finings need time to work most work by collecting particles and dropping them via gravity. Cold crash helps this along, ...



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