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I will check pH today (Milwaukee PH56), but cannot check salt/ion concentrations.
Thank you for your prompt reply and the methodology. I appreciate it.
Yes, 24 points seems very high for the sap. What I'd...
I am in the process of collecting maple sap to brew a pale ale. Sap is Potential Alcohol of 2%, or SG=1.012. My quandary is how to allow...
OK, thanks again!
For 5.2 gallons @ ~70F and 2.7 volumes, I'm getting between 4.7 and 5.2 ounces of dextrose. So I am
going to use 5.1 ounces....
So maybe use 70F? if you go + or - about 5 degrees F or more the sugar amounts are quite different. I've put a lot of time...
I will be bottling a Matilda clone soon and am not certain as to priming sugar amount.
it was fermented at 70F and then bumped-up to ~...
OK, thanks for the replies! As a brewer and beekeeper, I will try to address them as best I can.
Honey is a mixture of fructose and glucose,...
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Thank you very much.
I can see that I have actually touched upon two issues here: When to introduce the honey and how it...
Hello BF Forum,
I have a question about late additions and boil gravity. Since I am a beekeeper, I typically will
add 0.5 to 1.0 pounds of honey...
Thanks JA! Yep, I had 0.0 lbs. for carapils. Removed that malt...no problem.
I'm getting the message:
" Error: Fermentable Amount is too low: .0 "
Should I check my diastatic power?