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Extract brewer.


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revised Secondary Fermentation - Gravity too high to bottle but it's not going anywhere
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comment How much water does a wort chiller use?
Our immersion chiller recycles ice water because it uses a pump and not just the faucet. You could go that route and you would only be using about 4 gallons of water probably. We keep some ice stocked and throw the ice in there to cool the water back down to freezing. Works like a charm but you have to put in a small amount of cost up front for the pump.
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comment I forgot to add my extract until the end!
@Graham Well he added the extract but the timing was off
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answered How to get clearer and more clarified home-brewed beers?
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comment How do you characterize “Breakfast Beer”?
If it was made with oatmeal
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comment Planning a trip, which breweries should I go to?
At least make this wiki. There isn't an answer to this question.
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comment Is an immersion chiller really necessary?
I can tool my wort to 100F in about 5 minutes with our immersion chiller
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revised What to do when gravity comes out too low?
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comment What to do when gravity comes out too low?
We dried it off and tried it several times. We have had it calibrated using distilled water and it reads zero. I don't know the formula for adjusting for temperature but I'm willing to bet it doesn't make that big of a difference. Our gravity wasn't even remotely close to what it should have been.