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About LClark1049

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  1. The beer does taste fine and after a while the head does go down, I will try waiting a while and tilting the glass when I pour.
  2. I used the standard Mr. Beer carbonation drops, I used 1 per bottle. As far as storage, during both fermentation and after bottling, they were stored between 69 - 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Fridge temp is about 36 degrees.
  3. It has been in the fridge for about a week, it is a Hefeweizen recipe. This the 2nd time this has turned out like this.
  4. Thanks for the response, 2 1/2 weeks fermented bottled in 16oz flip top bottles, using 1 carbonation tablet. They have been bottled for about 3 weeks.
  5. I need some help, I brewed a batch of beer and placed it the fridge to cool down. When I pour it into a glass it's 80% foam. Any help would be appreciated in reducing the amount of foam.
  6. Just a final note, I did not ruin my beer. It has been about 3 weeks since I bottled my beer and one "accidentally" fell into the fridge last night. Of course I felt obliged to try it this evening and it was great. Thanks for all of your help and suggestions.
  7. Yes I did taste it and it was good. I guess my taste buds have not been thoroughly trained yet, because last week when I tasted my beer, I thought it tasted like stale beer, but after this past week I believe that the beer was sweeter in the first tasting. Yes it has all been bottled and is resting comfortably in my coat closet/beer fermenting and storage room.
  8. Hey just wanted to give you an update, beer is bottled and nestled comfortably in a closet finishing up it's fermentation.
  9. Too late, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm pottery is nice.
  10. I brewed the Bavarian Weissbier Deluxe and after letting it ferment for 2 weeks I took it out to bottle. I noticed that there was yeast floating on the top and after sampling saw that the beer was cloudy. I tasted a small amount and it did taste like flat beer. I then opened the lid to examine the contents and yes it was cloudy and it looks like yeast was still floating on the top. Does it need to ferment longer? AND did I ruin my beer (if it did need to ferment longer) by opening the top? Thanks in advance for any help.
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