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About stec9256

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  1. I haven't attempted Golden Harp yet however, I'm very interested. Let me know how it turns out. What is the abv? Happy brewing!
  2. No worries Rob10, I just bottled a batch of Classic Blonde myself and if I remember correctly it took a good day or so for it to start fermenting. And honestly it didn't take much time before it seemed that it was done bubbling (fermenting) so I would just let it sit and do its thing. I've read a lot of good things about this batch so sit back and relax. Welcome to the obsession and happy brewing!
  3. I agree, try and keep it in the 60F range if not a little less (depending on what yeast you are using) and let it sit for at least two weeks before taste testing, unless it suggests more time. I would think for a good German beer you have to let it sit for a good amount of time. Remember, good beer takes time and the longer the fermentation the longer the conditioning (lager) time. I personally am impatient and tend to jump the gun however, with beer, aging is essential. Happy brewing!
  4. :cheer: I must say that the Hop Head Red turned out very nice. I let it ferment for three weeks and then lager for about two. Only complaint would be that it isn't as hoppy as I would have liked it to have been. I would recommend boiling the hops anywhere from 20-30 minutes. All around great beer though. Happy brewing!
  5. Thank you all for the warm welcome. I'm also about ready to bottle a Hop Head Red that I have fermenting in my other keg. I switched out the regular yeast with a American Ale liquid yeast, so I'm really excited to see how that turns out. I'll let you know.
  6. Just got done with my first batch which is a cowboy golden lager. So far I'm real happy with the results.
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