Stroomer420

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  1. nice...😁🍻
  2. the long play IPA is very good... Having some today myself..
  3. wheat beers and IPA's are typically drank earlier then others....
  4. I do 48 grams to a cup of water for my batch priming... That's where I like it... I do 38 for my stouts...
  5. skip the booster and use a LME instead as well...
  6. it's my understanding if you go longer then three days you increase the chance of infection,,,,also read you only have to cold crash for 24-48 hours...maybe just go one day and bottle up...good luck!!!!😁🍻
  7. I believe you wanna do it when you bottle,,,, so if your cold crashing and batch priming I'd add it when you batch prime ,,put in your sugar water and fruit flavoring then transfer your wort and it should all mix up nicely ... Good luck!;.
  8. I had that happen to me ,,one of my liter bottles just didn't carb like the rest.... So I replaced the cap and grabbed some carbonation drops quickly opened it up and dropped two in and let it sit for a few weeks and now its fully carbed....
  9. try a cooler with warm water bottles....
  10. yup I just grabbed some food grade tubing from home depot,,, if you have your spigot handy bring it to see which size fits....i just put my cold crashed batch on my work table then put my bottling vessel on a stool below it... I put all my sugar water in at once then let gravity do the work....haven't had a problem yet .... Good luck....
  11. second that....cold crashing and batch priming is the way to go...
  12. if it were me I'd probably just leave it and let cold crashing compact it down.... But that's just me .... 🍻 good luck.....😁
  13. I just tried the long play straight up as well,,thought It was really good as is.... I probably wouldn't do a thing to it....but I do wanna try Mr beers tangerously hoppy recipe that uses the long play....sounds like a good tasting party to me.... Good luck!!...🍻
  14. you wanna try and hold it at 55 during fermentation....then do a diacetyl rest for three days at the end of fermentation,,that's where you then raise your temp to like 70 for those three days..... There's lots if info on here about the D-rest,, do a little search or someone on here might have a better explanation..... Good luck!!!.🍻
  15. you don't ever boil the Hme's.... If your doing a dry hop you add after everything is all mixed up but if your doing a hop boil you add the Hme after the hop boil...
  16. if your not using grains you need the Lme or Dme...boil your water turn off heat add your LME or dme then bring back to boil and start your hop schedule...
  17. I've made it... It's really good...
  18. you also wanna make sure you don't tie the grain bag to tight ,,,you wanna make sure the water can get thru all the grains...looks good 😊
  19. here is another recipe https://www.jaysbrewing.com/2012/07/18/simple-maple-syrup-pale-ale/
  20. bummer...
  21. bass pro shops...
  22. I second that!!!
  23. congrats!!! On your brew!!!! 🍻.... I use the CAL as a base for my orange ale....
  24. I cold crash all my batches now... One reason is clarity ,I get a much clearer beer when I cold crash another reason is the trub compacts and I get more beer per batch...
  25. my last wheat beer I made I threw my hops in a muslin sack tossed in the lbk then stirred and I must of not made a good enough knot and all the hops came out.... But I cold crashed and have no particles in any of the bottles....cold crashing is definitely part of my brewing process....i recommend it to everyone....