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Ways of using tools and tricks to accomplish a task. May refer to any portion of work during any stage in the brewing or fermenting process.

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, considering I kegged it at 1.032 or so... What are some tips for rapid brewing? Any specific yeasts, styles, temperatures, and other techniques for pushing a batch out as fast as possible? I realize that …
asked Feb 19 '10 by hookedonwinter
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I just use a siphoning tube. I let it sit in either boiling water for a minute or a sanitizer solution for a few minutes, then fill it with said liquid. It's way easier with sanitizer than boiling wat …
answered May 9 '10 by hookedonwinter
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Magazines Some magazines, like Brew Your Own and Zymurgy, provide clone recipes, as well as other recipes for the readers to try. This is a great resource, as they usually delve deeper than just the …
answered Jul 3 '10 by hookedonwinter
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Let's look at the different steps, and see where the times goes, and how to make it shorter. I've found that overlapping steps when possible is the best way to save time. Setup If all your equipmen …
answered Jan 20 '10 by hookedonwinter
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I thought I'd ask this after reading Brewchez's effects of filtering question. I personally don't filter at home, for the most part. I generally make dark beer, and people who drink my beer understan …
asked Mar 23 '10 by hookedonwinter
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My friend @ruinationpress recently asked me about another solution. Austin Homebrew has a "specialized" Wine Thief that has been altered (so they say) to allow a hydrometer to sit inside. This allows …
answered Apr 14 '10 by hookedonwinter
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What are the effects of having a super rapid crazy boil vs. a very slow, slightly rolling boil, and the different stages in between? If you're boiling 6 gallons on an electric stove or trying to do th …
asked Apr 8 '10 by hookedonwinter
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First, time and patience. Moving to all-grain is a big step, but definitely an awesome one. Including cleanup, your brew day will extend to many hours. Probably close to 9-10 hours when you first sta …
answered Dec 17 '09 by hookedonwinter
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I realize the question wasn't "how do you do it" and more "what is the rule", but, not being a microbiologist, I'll stick with how I do it. I use sani in a bucket with a spigot. I fill about 6 bottl …
answered Jul 23 '10 by hookedonwinter
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Web Some websites are better than others for this, but there are some great resources out there for clone recipes. There are the "industry" sites, like BYO, that list recipes. There are forums, like …
answered Jul 3 '10 by hookedonwinter
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Possible Duplicate: What is the best brewing log sheet to use? One of the things I'm guilty of being terrible at is note taking. I know I should keep track of temperatures, times, tastes, a …
asked Sep 21 '10 by hookedonwinter
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Copy and pasted from doityourself.com To begin cleaning the tap you will need to get keg tap detergent and mix it with water. Check with your local liquor store to see if they carry a c …
answered Jan 4 '10 by hookedonwinter
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Trial and Error Understanding what goes into beer at a detailed level allows a brewer to taste a beer, look at the color, etc., and make educated guesses on how to mimic it. This is definitely advanc …
answered Jul 3 '10 by hookedonwinter
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issue with a bunch of yeast techniques. If you can, find the September 2009 issue. They have a bunch of other articles online. Hopefully TimWeber will chime in here. I know he got a 5000mL flask recently. …
answered Dec 28 '09 by hookedonwinter
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Reusing yeast at home is something I'm incredibly interested in, but haven't found the time to learn enough about it just yet. What are the basic steps for harvesting, cultivating, or whatever other …
asked Mar 9 '10 by hookedonwinter

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