Sorry but that's there to stay. It's possible you picked up some trub when you moved it to the bottling bucket or it was just suspended in the...
If the OG was 1.020 it's possible that it's finished already. Did you test the gravity?
I agree, that's too much of a difference, but thought it worth mentioning with it being an American kit.
My first AG kit was a Red Ale that stated I needed 5 gallons in the fermentation vessel in the end. When I got to the end of my brew day I...
Looks good. Would you make it again?
I had a couple of slices of pilsner bread toasted with my eggs this morning! I really prefer it toasted when...
I picked up some cask and bottle conditioning yeast in with another order. Never used it before but I'm currently lagering a pilsner with kölsch...
Would that be safe to dilute tap water and use in a beer?
Nah it's cheap n nasty from ebay, think it cost me 8 quid.
Ah I just bought powders. Do you not still need the distilled to rinse it between calibrations?
Stupid question time: where do you get distilled water from in the UK?
Can't find it in the supermarket, eBay has 250ml for a fiver, Amazon 1L...
I remember that from Penn and Teller's ********!
There's pros and cons to everything, but I know that milk bottles are washed and reused on average around 15 times (up to 50 times), then once...
The numbers seem to be a little off but the FG is the same, 1.028 seems to be what you should be aiming for.
Depends on your options for yeast....
Hang on did you just put 250g of brewing sugar?
That's what brewer's friend says. Add some extra yeast I say. That's a pretty hefty brew you...
Did you add all that?
Brewer's friend. https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/calculator
How much dextrose (brewing sugar) did you add?
Not sure it will go that low with the lactose.
Input all your ingredients into a recipe calculator and see what it says your target FG is. I...
I'd add another packet of yeast if I was you. It's gonna cost you under 2 quid and might get you down those last few points. Make a little starter...
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