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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.
Apr
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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?
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answered When brewing from extract recipes should one assume dry or liquid extract if unspecified?
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answered how to control water temperature?
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answered How can I get more consistent carbonation in bottles?
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answered Cider went too dry and too flat
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comment Why doesn't the Brulosopher Quick Lager Method produce esters and other off flavors?
Keep in mind that this is nothing new. Narziss wrote about it in his classic text from the 1800s. More recently, Kai Troester wrote about it at braukaiser.com. Marshall has just rediscovered the wisdom in the technique. I'll also pint out that the yeast you used almost never throws diacetyl and is about the easiest lager yeast to work with.