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  1. M

    List of fridge internal dimensions

    Yes, stripeyjoe has just ben keeping me straight! There's over 67 cm height, 48 cm width and a minimum depth of over 24 cm.
  2. M

    Which fridge for kegerator?

    That's great, thanks very much for posting all that info and for sending me the link. I'll read through all that later, but this looks like exactly what I want, far better than I expected. athumb..
  3. M

    Which fridge for kegerator?

    After a couple oy years of using King kegs I've decided to go the cornie route, but what's stumping me is finding an under the counter fridge that will accommodate 2 x 19l kegs side by side. My 2 fridges in which my King kegs live (and most I measured in Curry's) don't have 23cm of depth between...
  4. M

    Brewing small batch in standard FV and keg

    That's great, thanks for that.
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    Brewing small batch in standard FV and keg

    I have standard FVs and King Kegs and normally do around a 23l brew. I'm thinking of doing a simple SMaSH and splitting it into two before pitching so I can try different yeasts. Am I like to run into any problems given all the extra headroom in the FVs and kegs? Thanks.
  6. M

    Keg That Giveaway!

    Rich Creamy Velvet would be great, thanks.
  7. M

    The Love Brewing Trick or Treat Giveaway!

    Fyne Panther IPA looks good, thanks.
  8. M

    Change one letter. (5 letter)

    Leary
  9. M

    High FG - Stuck fermentation?

    OK, thanks for that.
  10. M

    High FG - Stuck fermentation?

    I have a tap on the FV, just draw off enough to use a hydrometer. I'm the first to admit I'm a numpty, there was a lot more grain than the recipe called for. I decided to bump it up by 500gr but ended up going 1kg over 'cos my memory isn't what it used to be!
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    High FG - Stuck fermentation?

    3.5kg MO, 1kg golden promise, 500gr brewing sugar, 80gr roasted malt, 20 litres, 67 degrees for an hour, 10 litres sparge. Boiled for 70 minutes and took gravity once cooled to 21 degrees.
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    High FG - Stuck fermentation?

    4 days ago I brewed an AG bitter recipe which had an OG of 1058 and a volume of 21 litres. Pitched in rehydrated Llaland London and kept it in my temperature controlled cupboard at 21 degrees. It had a really vigorous ferment which overflowed through the airlock and lasted a little over a day...
  13. M

    New Forum member map. (3-1-2021)

    Me too, please. Belfast, BT5 7PH
  14. M

    Best opening song lyrics.

    Got a wife and kids in Baltimore, Jack I went out for a ride and I never went back
  15. M

    Bottled water

    Foxbat, thanks very much, very helpful.
  16. M

    Bottled water

    Hazelwood Brewery, thanks very much indeed for that, I'll certainly study that thread. As in all things, the more one gets into it, the more one realises how little one knows!
  17. M

    Bottled water

    I've previously used only tap water (Belfast), but have 30 litres of Ashbeck for my next AG brew, which will be an English bitter. Should I be adding anything to the water?
  18. M

    Purging plastic kegs

    That's great, thanks very much. Quite content to let it take it's time with the priming sugar. I was just worried I was missing something.
  19. M

    Purging plastic kegs

    I'm still very new to this, so please excuse a pretty basic question. I'm just about to keg 2 x 40 pint brews into my King kegs. In the past I've just added 90gr of priming sugar, but should I also be purging the head space by firing in a 8gr co2 cartridge? Thanks.
  20. M

    King keg

    Oh yes, looked with hands and eyes.
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