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Oct
20
answered How to encourage haze?
Oct
19
answered Using brewing sugar (or equivalent) as the only fermentable?
Oct
18
comment Will I damage my lager if I add lager hops too early?
Hops are green plant material that you normally add during the boil, but also sometimes to the fermentor. Dry yeast is usually in a sachet, and looks like sand that you add to the fermentor. Can you clarify which it is?
Oct
18
comment Why don't we force carbonate at a higher PSI
I do the same. And "quality control" is one of the perks of being a homebrewer! :)
Oct
18
comment Why don't we force carbonate at a higher PSI
yep, there's a greater chance you'll overshoot with a higher pressure
Oct
14
comment Why were we able to make alcohol with little cleanliness and no sanitizer?
Isn't distillation off-topic?
Oct
13
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
29
answered Efficiently sterilizing bottles
Sep
27
answered Should I add water to an already fermenting batch?
Sep
24
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Sep
12
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
26
answered Does my yeast possibly already have yeast nutrient?
Aug
22
comment Pediococcus Infection--Will brett get rid of the ropiness?
Well written ...almost too well written...some of the descriptions made me want to gag a little! ;-) But this is fantastic - you write about the real art of brewing.
Aug
22
comment What hops are a little less bitter than Warrior?
Cool. Yes, hops are pretty flexible, there's many ways to use them to get different results.
Aug
21
revised What hops are a little less bitter than Warrior?
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Aug
21
answered What hops are a little less bitter than Warrior?
Aug
14
answered Adding gypsum after fermentation
Jul
9
comment High FG / Low Attenuation across 3 different beers
Just a hint, but imho too many homebrewers brew by numbers, rather than brew by taste. Of course numbers are good for your long term process, but don't think the beer is bad just because the numbers don't show what you are expecting - find a fault first in the taste (e.g. too sweet/dry), and then look to the numbers for help troubleshooting that.