My name is Sateesh and my wife and I have been brewing a small batch (1-gallon) home brew beer for experimenting with different grains, hops, and flavors.
Our first brew was an Oak-aged IPA (2 weeks of fermentation) and 2 weeks of natural carbonation.
The second brew was a dry...
I am on a short schedule for my next brew that is currently in the fermenter.
For this one I will dry hop in the keg with a hop-sock and use a floating dip-tube.
Because of the tight time schedule my plan is to use the ol' overpressure the keg and roll it / shake it around for a while.
I am brewing a batch of Guinness Extra Stout Clone for the first time. (Recipe originally posted by H G Brewing.)
I modified the recipe from partial grain to full grain and have it in fermentation now.
My plan is to keg with NO, nitrous oxide.
1)- Should dry stout be kegged with NO?