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  1. He just woke up from a drunken stupor.
  2. Taste was good but it had zero foam. Maybe try adding some Carapils or maybe even a little wheat malt.
  3. I've made the Caribou Slobber from Northern Brewing. It was a little disappointing.
  4. I thought it was obvious you were talking about sanitizing the spoon. If nothing else, at least there is activity in the New Brewer thread.😊
  5. I think you're confusing fermentation time with conditioning time.
  6. Glad to see someone else using the finger in the bottle trick. If I don't do this, I end up with a ring where the top of the beer was. You know there is a certain poster on here (not naming him but his last name rhymes with deer) who thinks I'm imagining "ring around the bottle."
  7. Maybe there's something to that. I have a 3 friends that haven't homebrewed in a couple of years because they can't keep up trying new craft beers.
  8. You mean business is down because they added more time to the process?
  9. 3-4 weeks at 70 degrees is plenty. Makes me think that's not the issue.
  10. I thought Mr B sanitizer was One Step.
  11. Kedogn, not trying to argue with a pro, but my brew had a real nice head.
  12. Yes, Mr B American Porter HME. Josh told me soaking the coconut in vodka would bring out more flavor.
  13. I made a Coconut Porter a while back. I got my advice from Josh at MB. Here's my notes: 1.Made the beer as usual 2.After 7 days put 7 oz of unsweetened shredded coconut on a cookie sheet and toasted it in the oven till brown. 3. Put the toasted coconut in a bowl and cover with vodka for 3 days. 4. On day 10 poured the bowl of coconut + vodka into lbk 5. Ferment another 10 days Turned out great. Maybe my best brew ever!
  14. There's no reason the ring should cause a problem as long as it's all the way down against the seat. I've had plastic bottles for years and most of them still have the ring on them.
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