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Jun
15
suggested approved edit on Does mash thickness make a difference in any calculations?
Jun
15
suggested approved edit on Does mash thickness make a difference in any calculations?
Jun
14
revised How do you malt your own barley?
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Jun
14
comment Best way to mill grains
You are assuming that everyone lives near a homebrew shop! I don't and have to order my grains. I don't want to buy them pre-ground since I may not get around to grewing for a month or two. For me, a mill is essential. And no, I don't have a wort chiller.
Jun
14
comment Best way to mill grains
yep, for me grinding your grains is a really fun part of the brewing process. I just bought a Corona mill and I just can't stop grinding!
Jun
13
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Jun
13
comment How do you malt your own barley?
@Denny - this is the impression I'm getting !
Jun
13
comment How do you malt your own barley?
Thanks David - this looks like a nice walkthrough.
Jun
13
comment How do you malt your own barley?
OK, this is useful thanks. I'll get experimenting!
Jun
13
asked How do you malt your own barley?
Jun
11
answered sediment at the bottom of brew
Jun
11
comment How long will an extract kit stay good?
Update here : the Safale S-04 instructions (www.fermentis.com/FO/pdf/HB/EN/Safale_S-04_HB.pdf) suggest that the yeast will stay good up to 24 months after production date. This this is consistent with my findings.
Jun
8
answered Short boil and DMS
Jun
7
asked At what point can a beer be called organic?
Jun
7
answered Hops in the compost?
Jun
7
answered What software do most brewers use?
Jun
7
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Jun
7
accepted What is the advantage of krausening?
Jun
7
comment Is the iodine test for starch conversion pointless?
So how do you ensure that you have a starch solution without suspended particulates?