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Jun
24
comment Filtering air intake during cold crash
If you crimp the foil and put a rubber band on it, no air will get in. There is no need for filtration at all. You want to avoid any air getting into it.
Jun
23
answered Filtering air intake during cold crash
Jun
20
answered what is the best way to acquire hops for exporting
Jun
19
comment What are some good starter books to learn how to brew beer?
I'd recommend you buy the book. The website is the first edition. The 3rd is now in print and John is working on the 4th. There's been a lot of corrections and new info since the online version.
Jun
16
answered What if I accidentally boiled for 90 minutes?
Jun
15
comment Can FG be higher than OG?
I use a MixStir to thoroughly mix the beer. Shaking the fermenter helps a bit, but it's hit or miss as to whether you'll get complete mixing.
Jun
10
comment Can FG be higher than OG?
Ah ha! That's what I thought! what you have is a case of incomplete mixing. The wort, containing sugar, is heavier and sinks to the bottom of your fermenter. when you take a reading you get the weaker, watered down wort on top. It's very common.
Jun
10
comment Can FG be higher than OG?
Rice adds no flavor. It thins the body and raises OG.
Jun
9
answered Hydrometer broke, no original gravity
Jun
9
comment Can FG be higher than OG?
So you did a full volume boil?
Jun
8
answered Can FG be higher than OG?
Jun
2
answered Can I still reach my desired IBU level if I split my boil?
May
28
comment How long must water be boiled to remove temporary hardness (bicarbonates)
It's becasue knowledge is not static. John learned something in between the 2 books. And we're all still learning...be careful what you take from older books.
May
27
comment Heating after fermentation?
Bubbles are an absolutely inaccurate way pf predicting fermentation. Bubbles can be released by temperature changes or other things. The only way to know if fermentation is complete is to take specific gravity readings. when there is no change in specific gravity, fermentation is done no matter what the bubbles are doing.
May
27
answered Heating after fermentation?
May
26
answered How would the first brew taste like ? If it goes well , and if it doesnt go well?
May
21
answered At what point in fermentation does temperature no longer influence flavour?
May
20
comment What are the simple things i should be careful about (like bleach) for my first time brewing?
Putting the fermenter in a tub of water provides extra mass that will reduce temp swings. Then you can ice, frozen water bottles, etc. to the tub of water to cool it down.
May
19
comment How will this beer turn out?
It is a common myth that Belgian yeasts like warmer temps. If you read "Brew Like a Mionk" you'll find that most Belgian breweries start the yeast in the low-mid 60s and let it rise after the bulk of fermentation is done.
May
19
answered What are the simple things i should be careful about (like bleach) for my first time brewing?