Brewing With Total Confidence
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Discussion in 'General Brewing Discussions' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Oct 28, 2017.
True no that is a different brew day delay.
It’s always something...
I rebooted my phone, all good now.
Got the Pale I brewed today down to 64F, so just aerated and pitched. Don't think I could have left the stone in for another minute without a blowoff
Nice Pale Bob. I'd like to get a glass, put it under that spout and sneak off with a taste. Leave you wondering about your final volume.
Bob has a 357
Actually, it's 40 cal Glock
Oxygenating the wort is my next improvement, it isn't an expensive add, but it all those inexpensive adds add up!
I just use an aquarium pump, sterile filter and a .5 micron SS stone. That pic was after 20 minutes.
I was thinking about the same except a cheap O2 cylinder
You'll need O2 if you brew NEIPAs with A38 Juice. This from Imperial yeast: This strain has demonstrated the need for higher wort dissolved oxygen (DO) levels than most ale strains. Target 20-25 ppm DO or set the oxygen regulator flow to 50% higher than normal.
Going to post something on this in the beginner forum, don't want to litter up this thread
I think I froze up my ferm chamber AC but that should be fixed, kegged the berry cider yesterday. My eyeball math with the berries in puts it damned close to 7%ABV when all is said and done.
Fruit in the belly and rosey cheeks... life is good!
Doing a side by side tasting of the second and third iterations of my Baseline IPA. Really liked #2, but #3 has it beat hands down and will be my new house IPA. Below is a PDF with the recipe and brief notes.
Quite a fine looking beer bob.
Thanks! Almost got myself drunk to sleep on it
Well you got a head start on me bob cheers!
See if we can't make this keg kick
Well, git at it
I'm brewing a 20 gallon batch of my Octoberfest beer, I keep drinking it too fast every year, might as well brew more