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Jul
8
comment Kegging Vs Bottling in regards to Conditioning
re: conditioning - if you're naturally carbonating by priming with sugar, then it's correct - temps are too cold for ale yeasts to ferment. Here, the question states using a tank of CO2, so the cold temperatures are in fact beneficial since CO2 is more soluble at lower temperatures.
Jul
8
reviewed No Action Needed Recipe for Canadian Red Ale
Jul
8
reviewed No Action Needed Bottle Headspace Problem
Jul
8
reviewed No Action Needed Kegging Vs Bottling in regards to Conditioning
Jul
8
reviewed No Action Needed Temperature control during 1st phase fermentation
Jul
8
reviewed Reviewed Chocolate Cherry Stout: Real cherries or extract
Jul
8
comment Wyeast Smack Pack did not inflate
An important detail when discussing yeast, especially liquid yeast is the manufacturing date or BBE. Can you provide these dates for the various packs?
Jul
8
comment Wyeast Smack Pack did not inflate
@Denny, so you think that if you smacked two packs - one cold, and one at room temp, they would both be at the same level of inflation in 8 hours time? Common knowledge says the warm one will start sooner, since it doesn't need to warm up first. While storing in the fridge is the way to go, it also says on the instructions that the pack should be incubated at 70-75°F (21-24°C). (wyeastlab.com/hb_productdetail.cfm?ProductID=16)
Jul
7
answered Wyeast Smack Pack did not inflate
Jul
6
answered Consequences of Warming Liquid Malt Extract?
Jul
4
reviewed Reject Adding Vanilla Extract?
Jul
4
reviewed Reviewed My cider has too little bite, what should I be looking to change
Jul
4
reviewed Reviewed Extract brew, sanitizing hop strainer and tap? First brew day!
Jul
4
revised Is my cider ruined after the first day?
fix typo
Jul
4
reviewed No Action Needed Is my cider ruined after the first day?
Jul
4
answered Substituting Carapils with left overs
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
answered Is it normal for my fermenting ale pails to be discolored?
Jul
2
comment Is it normal for my fermenting ale pails to be discolored?
btw, it's pail, not pale! :) Pale is a light color, pail is a bucket.
Jun
30
reviewed No Action Needed Peracetic acid as a sanitizer?