I always sample before bottling/kegging, I try to sample as much as I can through the process to make sure everything is as it should be. If it tastes okay (ish) at bottling and then turns to vinegar then I will know that it has failed in the packaging stage and not the FV.
I Made a beer the other day and as I lay in bed yesterday I thought did I adjust the temp controller from 3°C to 21°C as the previous brew was cold crashed and I sometimes forget to turn it up? I went to the brewing room and hadn't even turned it on 😆 still, better than leaving it at 3°C as it...
No, you're right, but I was assuming that the brew was being force carbed as it was in a corny. I usually keg my beers and keep them purged and with a C02 layer until there's room in the kegerator for it. athumb..
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Hi @Bananaman, without knowing the OG it's difficult to advise whether it's stuck or just finished. Do you know what the instructions said that OG would be? is it a single can kit and you added sugar/dextrose? is it a 2 can kit? please advise us of any extras you added and as much detail as...
Started off with brewdogs Tangerine Clockwork IPA and then onto Goose Island IPA, Just had a cheeky half of my MJ AuPA (kegged Friday) that I added 60g of simcoe extra to the kit hops as a dry hop, it needs to clear a tad but it's very hoppy and a promising drink. Now on my very quaffable MJ...
If you have kegged in a corny then not too bad as the pressure rating should be 130psi depending on what keg you have, no need to open the keg just use the tap to dispense into the trial jar and test when you have your new hydrometer. Have you perged it? any questions please come back to us.
I've noticed the same thing since using cornies, I used to bottle the rest of my brew but now only brew enough for the keg. The bottles would clear quick compared to the corny. I thought it was the other way round but obviously not the case.