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Jul
6
asked Is my frozen yeast okay?
Jun
25
comment Filtering air intake during cold crash
When the force is sucking, the liquid will not stay in the traps as it does during fermentation, it will be sucked into the beer. Short term, fine, but will the traps are clear, the beer is exposed.
Jun
24
comment Filtering air intake during cold crash
Okay, so the pressure drop's effect on my PET carboy would be my concern, although if man of your experience isn't concerned, maybe I shouldn't be either...
Jun
24
comment Filtering air intake during cold crash
not going to stop being sucked in, which is the problem during cold crashing
Jun
24
comment Good home brewing blogs
Great list. I miss google reader :(
Jun
24
comment Filtering air intake during cold crash
Foil is still going to let air in, right? I thought is that some filtration is better than none.
Jun
22
comment Filtering air intake during cold crash
Hmm, struggling to see the product you mean in the starter supplies
Jun
21
asked Filtering air intake during cold crash
Jun
16
accepted Is oxygenating after brew day okay?
Jun
16
asked Is oxygenating after brew day okay?
Jan
2
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
31
asked What size pot for 3 gallon BIAB set up?
Nov
28
comment Cold brewed coffee
dude, can you share the recipe?
Nov
17
awarded  Critic
Nov
17
revised What sugar for a sparkling iced tea?
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Nov
15
accepted What sugar for a sparkling iced tea?
Nov
15
comment What sugar for a sparkling iced tea?
Option two is the best for me, as I want this drink to be ready when it comes out of the bottle
Nov
15
comment What sugar for a sparkling iced tea?
I had a feeling lactose would come into play. Recently had a very sweet beer with lactose.
Nov
14
asked What sugar for a sparkling iced tea?
Oct
24
comment What are some good online sources for recipes?
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