Here's me thinking that my moobs were pie related.
I find that pressurising up to 40psi and leaving it produces a good enough seal so that I rarely have to top up the gas while conditioning.
I made a milk stout with the Coopers Irish Stout can, a kilo of dark DME & 200g lactose, brewed short to 21 litres.
I let that ferment for a...
Have a look at 'no chill brewing', where after the boil, you transfer the wort into a sanitised, food safe plastic container, squeeze out the air...
1 - How old are you. - 36
2 - do you have a beard. - Sort of
3 - what do you weigh. - 14 st
4 - what percentage of your hair remains 100%
The order confirmation came through earlier, and I've had an online chat with the folks there. All seems fine with dispatch scheduled for next...
We'll see :D
Got it working in the end - my bank's fraud team declined the transaction.
I did pay with a credit card, just in case acheers.
Has anyone ordered one of these? I'm trying to buy one this morning but the payment won't go through :roll:
I've made a vanilla cacao milk stout (kit and bits, not AG) and found that the vanilla does mellow as the beer conditions.
The entrance requirements are extremely tough, but as mentioned it's a well recognised course that can get you places in the industry.
Young children don't really understand the concept of "me time".
I've just read this and found it interesting. Their overnight mash dropped to 20°c with seemingly no ill effects....
I've fashioned the world's most rudimentary kettle jacket from the foil insulation that you put behind radiators and I'm sure that I could find...
It's your recipe that inspired me to do a wheat as I have 50g first gold hops in the fridge. I'll be giving this a go very soon :)
I've got a plastic Peco mash tun/boiler and I do full volume BIAB - If I did an overnight mash, the wort would be stone cold by the time I got to...
Would a 50°c mash rest help with the stickiness? I've seen a few wheat recipes call for a rest/stepped mash of some description.
No idea about Express Fuels, but I use this lot in Livingston...
£45 initially with £5 refills.
Plastic seems to be more absorbent of aromas, and harder to clean than steel
I was using about 25ml bleach with 10 litres of water, so should be fine. Left it on for an hour then rinsed.
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