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Jan
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reviewed Approve Is it possible to bottle condition without sediment?
Dec
27
revised Question about the diacetyl rest process
original confused lagering with fermenting a lager
Dec
27
comment Brewing in former lotion pot
Try boiling some water in it for a few minutes, then let it cool and drink it. If that water is fine, your beer should be fine.
Dec
27
reviewed Approve Suspected mold in elderflower country champagne
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reviewed Approve lme tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve extract tag wiki
Nov
23
comment Boil options with a small pot
Your link to Palmer suggests that the question is about brewing with plain malt extract (adding your own hops). It seems to me that your edit (mentioning pre-hopped extract) totally changes the question. You should boil when brewing with extract, but you should not boil when making beer from a pre-hopped kit, such as Coopers (hopped syrup) or Brew House (slightly concentrated hopped wort).
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reviewed Approve country-wine tag wiki excerpt
Apr
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comment Is there any reason to re-rack and wait another week after dry hopping before bottling?
I think it would be better to put a filter on the end of your racking cane. I use a bit of plastic mesh for window screens, held in place by a bit of wire.
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Apr
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reviewed Approve Detriment of gelatin fining on flavor or aroma
Mar
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comment Sanitizing with bleach without rinsing
No, they don't need to be completely dry. I give my bottles a shake, then hang them in a bottling tree until I'm ready for them... 30 minutes or so. Then I give them another shake when I take them off the tree. But I think the idea with any no-rinse sanitizer is that it's fine for a few drops -- even quite a few drops -- to get into the beer.