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awarded  Yearling
Nov
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comment quick release pipe clamp
Well ya, that RIMS tube is costly. However I was saying you could just buy the quick release clamps, and use the slip couplings to make your RIMS tube fit better into the 1.5" clamps.
Nov
15
answered Racking a carbonated beer from a keg back to the fermenter
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Nov
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revised corn beer steps and suggestions using a home stove
Added Corn only enzyme production process
Nov
14
comment corn beer steps and suggestions using a home stove
OK, corn can produce the enzyme, but it takes germination time. The malt addition just speeds up the process. See my edited answer with new section.
Nov
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answered Why I can't recap commercial bottles?
Nov
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answered quick release pipe clamp
Nov
13
comment quick release pipe clamp
Working on this writeup, I will post it tomorrow.
Nov
12
comment Temperature Dropped - Is Beer Ruined?
You'll get there, just takes some practice. Great advice from Denny.
Nov
12
comment How to clean the inside of a blowoff hose
I have a tendency just to chuck mine as well, but i have hooked them up to my pump and ran warm BLC and then PBW through them for about 12 hours.
Nov
9
comment corn beer steps and suggestions using a home stove
Is it still ok without being boiled? I didnt think the starches would break down enough? It is a very valid point, and something I have thought about, but I just always saw the cereal mash process come up when using corn or rice.
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Nov
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answered corn beer steps and suggestions using a home stove
Nov
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comment Primary fermentation is still bubbling after 2 weeks. What are the consequences?
There is still some yeast that is being pulled over, but it tends to not be enough to absorb a lot of the diacetyl. In Primary, you have that great yeast bed that will work through filtering chemicals out of the wort.
Nov
9
answered Adding coffee without secondary
Nov
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answered What factors go into calculating perceived sweetness/bitterness?
Nov
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comment Will this Pilsner technique work?
No worries, Happy Brewing!
Nov
8
answered Primary fermentation is still bubbling after 2 weeks. What are the consequences?