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answered Leaf Hops to Pellet Hops
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answered Have I ruined my brew before I even begin?
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comment All my beers taste are heavy bodied
It's a lot easier than that. Just replace maybe 5-10% of the extract with table sugar. It's a great fix. When I was designing an extract version of my Rye IPA recipe for Northern Brewer, I was having the same issue as you are now. By swapping 1/2 lb. of dry extract for 1/2 lb. of table sugar, the recipe not only reached the same FG as the all gran version., the flavor and body were also very close.
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comment What are all the factors that contribute to short fermentation time?
Sorry, forgot...it was 1.064 and went to 1.011. I use WY1450 Denny's Favorite in a 3 qt. starter.
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answered What are all the factors that contribute to short fermentation time?
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answered Cold crash with airlock or not
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answered Plastic Bucket - Primary & Dry Hopping
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comment What yeast for carbonating a lager?
Right before bottling. Add it to the bucket with your priming sugar. Go light, since you don't really need it anyway.
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answered What yeast for carbonating a lager?
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comment Why less priming sugar in a mini keg?
5 psi is 5 psi, no matter where it is
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answered Why less priming sugar in a mini keg?
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answered Second Fermentation In Water Bath
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answered Priming sugar in kegs
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revised Cooler mash tun: prevent leaks from faucet
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comment Cooler mash tun: prevent leaks from faucet
Thanks. Just trying to be succinct, since all the info is there.
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answered Cooler mash tun: prevent leaks from faucet
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comment Does it make sense to steep wheat in cold water as it is heating up?
Yeah, with so little wheat it wouldn't make a big difference.
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answered Does it make sense to steep wheat in cold water as it is heating up?