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I've brewed a number of times specifically for long term aging.. My thoughts are it'll either be great, or a terrible mess and I'll have to brew...
And.. My German Pils just placed 2nd in it's category, it placed the same last year. :)
Built a new Mash Tun, so I brewed up a 10 gal. batch of Saison.. which is bubbling away. Next weekend I have 4 beers in a competition. Still need...
Sounds like BS.
Not really off, just had to split the sparge.... same as you. I'm just trying to avoid the extra step, or having to top off the sparge.
Grain ratio was 1lb/1.45qt. with approx. 15lbs of grain.
Strike water 5.3 Gallons
Sparge was 8.4 Gallons.
I recently upgraded my boil/fermentation equipment to be able to do 10 gallon batches. Brewed up a nice ESB to test the system out, and even with...
Basically what Portlargo said. Make a starter with it for your next batch and that'll show you if the yeast is still viable while building up...
I'd remove shelves or install more stable ones..
I have fairly sensitive skin, and a lot of contact with starsan will irritate, but nothing major.
DON'T FEAR THE FOAM!
ALL GLORY TO THE HYPNO-TOAD!
Looks normal, but watch that pitching temp.
Love a good SMASH beer. I'm a fan of EKG with Marris otter, and Hallertau and Pils.
Got an ESB carbing up, and I can't wait to try it out.
Until then, got an IPA and a Belgian Dubbel.
Just kegged my first 10 gallon batch (ok.. maybe 9.25 gallons.. but still) Rocked the new brewstand, and the modified LME drum fermenter worked...
Interesting idea. I've met up with a few BA brewers and buddies, some of them have become quite good friends.
I used to prefer leaf.. Now I prefer... which is cheaper, and do I have room for leaf?
I use very little of the original kit I bought, that being said, if you think it is a hobby you are going to stick with, my advice is go bigger...
Brewing classic styles is a great resource, as is the BJCP style guidelines.. But I usually use them as a starting point rather than strict...