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Dec
23
answered Storing and using leftover DME
Sep
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Sep
2
comment Adding Spraymalt
My method is similar. I pour my spraymalt into a sanitized plastic bottle, followed by about half a litre of hot water (cooled from boiling), tighten the lid and give it a few shakes until fully dissolved, then pour into bottling bucket, then add the wort and proceed to bottling. No problem encountered while doing this for over 4 years.
Aug
5
answered Stubborn residue in my bottles
Jun
10
comment First time brewer. I'm afraid I've ruined my beer
I use DME exclusively for bottle priming for two reasons - German Beer Purity Law (Rheinheitgebot), and fine bubbles.
Mar
4
comment Measuring SG on small (3.5l / 1g) batches
Sorry, didn't see your question earlier. I am in Australia, where some Big W discount stores sell these small hydrometers. They are packaged and distributed by Brigalow Brewing Company, Meadowbrook, Qld., Australia.
Mar
4
comment Measuring SG on small (3.5l / 1g) batches
Sorry, didn't see your question earlier. I am in Australia, where some Big W discount stores sell these small hydrometers. They are packaged and distributed by Brigalow Brewing Company, Meadowbrook, Qld., Australia.
Feb
4
answered Measuring SG on small (3.5l / 1g) batches
Jan
28
answered Swing Top VS. Crown / Cap Performance
Jan
28
answered Airlocks and long term unsupervised fermentation
Sep
3
answered How to add DME to the wort
Jul
23
answered Fermentation vessel too small for beer kit
Aug
14
awarded  Informed
Aug
7
answered Using Grolsch “Premium Lager” bottles for bottling
Jun
19
comment For a Swamp Cooler, what alternatives are there to Bleach, Vodka, and Star San?
I'm with ajfabbri - bleach will fight mildew and mould, things you don't need near your fermenter lids and seals.
Apr
30
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Apr
29
answered Would placing the fermenter tank in a tub of water be a good way to handle hot environments?