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Jul
24
accepted Storing Grain in a Hot Garage?
Jul
24
answered Brew In A Bag one-gallon batch?
Jul
9
asked Storing Grain in a Hot Garage?
May
24
accepted Sour Off flavor
May
14
accepted How Long Will a Keg Hold Carbonation if Disconnected from the CO2 Tank?
May
11
asked How Long Will a Keg Hold Carbonation if Disconnected from the CO2 Tank?
May
10
comment Sour Off flavor
When I get home I will look closely for that film layer. It probably is a good idea to replace the spigot or at least take it apart and really clean each piece. I have had it for over a year now. This type of infection could explain the bottled batches, but what about the kegged? I normally skip the bottling bucket completely when kegging and just go strait from the fermenter to keg.
May
10
comment Sour Off flavor
Interesting, I don't sparge, but I do crush the grains a bit more than cracked. If fact this last batch (have not tasted it yet) I experimented by milling them twice to see if it made any difference to OG. I am going to have to read more on that.
May
10
comment Sour Off flavor
I do bake a lot of bread, but they ferment in my garage in a temp controlled fridge and they usually start fermenting within the first 12-18 hours. It could possibly be a sour apple flavor :)
May
10
comment Sour Off flavor
I am using iodophor, I am putting in just enough to notice the slightest color change, but not enough to make it look like tea.
May
9
comment Sour Off flavor
It tastes like we were took a sour beer (I have only had 1 that a fellow home brewer purposely made) and poured a little in, so it has a slight sour aroma along with the sour taste. We are fermenting in glass carboys, the only plastic is the siphon, tubing, and bottling bucket, and mash tun (we bottled 3 batches kegged 2)
May
9
comment Sour Off flavor
After bottling, when they should have been good to drink, but not just a green taste, some were a good month past bottling.
May
9
asked Sour Off flavor
Mar
23
comment Dangers of Sanke Kegs
@joefish why don't you put that as an answer?
Mar
23
comment Dangers of Sanke Kegs
Thanks, thats what I figured, but wanted to make sure I was not missing something.
Mar
23
accepted Dangers of Sanke Kegs
Mar
22
asked Dangers of Sanke Kegs
Feb
8
accepted Prickly Pear Beer Experiment
Feb
8
revised Prickly Pear Beer Experiment
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Feb
8
comment Prickly Pear Beer Experiment
I ended up putting them in at the end of boil, and all I did to them was cut off the skin. The beer ended up being VERY tart. So much so that is must be drank extremely slowly as if I was drinking a liquor on the rocks.