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Feb
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answered Making rice wine
Feb
9
comment Can I reuse brewing yeast as a nutritional yeast?
No prob. Don't forget to mark an answer as accepted when you're ready :) Also, even if you buy the commercial stuff, you need to eat a lot nooch to get "enough" B12, though it certainly helps. I like Deva brand vegan B12 supplements - they dissolve under the tongue and taste like lemon. amazon.com/Deva-Vegan-Vitamins-Sublingual-Tablets/dp/B001GAOHTS
Feb
9
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Feb
9
revised How do I avoid airlock foam overflow? Does it affect the fermentation process?
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Feb
8
suggested approved edit on How do I avoid airlock foam overflow? Does it affect the fermentation process?
Feb
8
answered Can I reuse brewing yeast as a nutritional yeast?
Feb
6
comment what types of hops can be grown in india ( in rajasthan sami arid zone)
Right, I found this after I made this comment en.wikipedia.org/wiki/48th_parallel_north It just seems subjective to me, that is, I don't know if it is objectively true if they grow "better" or if it's more a matter of history, economics, etc. It's like saying the best wine in the world comes from California, or France, when great wine also comes from South America, Australia, etc. Hops are extremely resilient, and grow well in many regions. But they will have a different terroir just like grapes, tea, coffee, etc.
Feb
5
comment what types of hops can be grown in india ( in rajasthan sami arid zone)
Why the 45th parallel? They grow some excellent hop varieties in New Zealand and Australia.
Feb
4
revised Stuck fermentation - Should I be concerned?
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Jan
31
answered Stuck fermentation - Should I be concerned?
Jan
31
comment Stuck fermentation - Should I be concerned?
How did you brew a 5 gal batch and end up with 6 gallons of wort?
Jan
30
comment Juniper berries for brewing pale ales
Agree on re:aroma, for the most part. I think steeping juniper in hot water (vs cool, warm) will extract more flavor, possibly aroma as well, because it's generally dry and it's a lot like a spice. I'm not sure if actively boiling it for a long time will help the flavor though. Short boil may be useful, certainly for sanitizing. Grinding it may help too.
Jan
30
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Jan
28
comment What is a stir plate?
Kind of awesome that now, 2 years later, when you click the link in this answer it brings you back to this page with the first hit. Google even cuts out @mdma's answer and puts it right into the results.
Jan
25
comment Converting your fermentation bucket into a mash tun
if you have room for a bucket, you have room for a large enough kettle. Store the bucket in the kettle. The difference is maybe a couple inches in diameter.
Jan
25
comment Turn Bottling Bin into a Mash Tun?
This is pretty similar to this question: homebrew.stackexchange.com/questions/1903/… where one of the answers mentions the bucket-in-a-bucket mash tun from Charlie Papazian's book "The Complete Joy of Homebrewing". Another answers mention using the bottling bucket as a mash tun.
Jan
25
revised Will secondary further clear my IPA?
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Jan
24
answered Will secondary further clear my IPA?
Jan
23
comment Food Grade Steel Drums
This is an interesting idea, but they are expensive. Like nearly as expensive as a 55 gal Blichmann kettle. morebeer.com/products/… vs SS drum: google.com/…
Jan
22
revised How to get a richer body when brewing
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