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Jan
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comment Fermenting, carbonating and dispensing using the same (corny) keg?
This sounds like a working system. Have you tried dry hopping?
Jan
26
comment Fermenting, carbonating and dispensing using the same (corny) keg?
Given that most of the trub residue will stay in the kettle after the whirlpool and transfer, unless I have a very tick yeast layer, I suppose clogging can be avoided
Jan
26
comment Fermenting, carbonating and dispensing using the same (corny) keg?
Did you use a hop bag or keg dry-hopping is just a no-no?
Jan
23
revised How can I ferment in a corny keg under constant pressure?
carboy is actually keg
Jan
23
asked Fermenting, carbonating and dispensing using the same (corny) keg?
Jan
23
comment How can I ferment in a corny keg under constant pressure?
Could you post a picture of the setup?
Jan
23
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Dec
22
comment Bucket Heaters and Condensation safety / Lid considerations
Wouldn't those sulfur compounds evaporate again after he removes the lid, even if they condensate back into the wort while the lid is on?
Dec
4
comment False bottom not working effectively
Out of curiosity, will you brew commercially with that? Or are you really, really thirsty?
Nov
30
comment Transfert wort in a cube then chill it
If you sanitize properly your cube, and add hot wort to it (esterile) there will be no bugs there to grown. You can then just cool it and add your yeast and you will be fine. There is no difference in doing that in the cube or cooling the wort in the pot and moving it to the fermentor. All you need is good sanitation.
Nov
25
comment Homebrew sitting on top of washing machine - agitation
There is also a detrimental effect on the head (foam) formation. The proteins that create the beer head can get used up during fermentation and you may end up with poor head retention.
Nov
10
comment Basic yeast questions
Overpitching (i.e. Pitching too much yeast) can also lead to undesirable flavours in the beer as the yeast will be 'stressed' and produce esters.
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comment Tips on making a no-chill IPA
What did you use for bittering?
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