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Mr.Krinkle151

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  1. What about the UME soft packs? I don't see them in there either.
  2. FUZZY BRUE HAUS wrote: bingo, space heater is the trick. you should try to keep your temps it the mid 70's. this is where the yeast does its best. i keep mine in a blanket like a baby with a heater i rigged to keep it a temp around 74 to 76 degrees. 74 is really the maximum I would recommend to ferment at, and 76 is pretty high.
  3. FUZZY BRUE HAUS wrote: bingo, space heater is the trick. you should try to keep your temps it the mid 70's. this is where the yeast does its best. i keep mine in a blanket like a baby with a heater i rigged to keep it a temp around 74 to 76 degrees. 74 is really the maximum I would recommend to ferment at, and 76 is pretty high.
  4. packerduf wrote: I think the IBUs should fall between 8 and 15 IF you want to stay within style of a hefe-weizen. But the beautiful thing about home-brewing is you can do anything you want to do. I agree with this. Weihenstephaner does have an IBU of 14, but if you're not looking for an exact clone then try whatever you'd like. I think taking out the flavoring/aroma hops is a good idea, though.
  5. I'm on a roll here aren't I? Must be my internet connection.
  6. Ooops. I don't know what happened there with that triple post.
  7. Ooops. I don't know what happened there with that triple post.
  8. I just prefer using DME or LME. I feel it makes a fuller and better tasting beer. If you like using booster, then there's really no reason not to.
  9. I just prefer using DME or LME. I feel it makes a fuller and better tasting beer. If you like using booster, then there's really no reason not to.
  10. I believe each can is 36 ppg Oh and for those who don't know, ppg stands for points per pound per gallon, or the gravity if one pound were dissolved into one gallon of water. So an extract with 36 ppg would yield a gravity of 1.036 when one pound is dissolved into a gallon of water. On qbrew the ppg is the number in the "Extract" column.
  11. Just don't let the IRA get wind that you're making an English style stout for St. Patrick's day
  12. I've heard the screw cap growlers don't hold a carb well, but if they're flip tops you should be good.
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