Both cans are the same. I have done mini mashes of up to 1.5-2kg of grain using a 2 can kit, brewing long to 25-27L with great results.Hi guys, just re-read this thread and got myself a little confused.
i have a Wherrys real ale kit,3kg 2tins,
can someone advise me on what i can do to "improve"or make it different. ?
are both cans the same content? can i use one can and add a mini mash? im guessing if i use both cans i it will be too much sugar?
ive enjoyed doing the simple ag, so im wanting to try this,
im about to place an order for more grains and hops so any advise will be much appreciated.
This material is just a feature of the process, I think. All my PM's have thrown about 2L of trub more than might be expected from a kit brew. It all seems to drop out, though, if you use the Protofloc / Irish Moss.Had my first go at this today and it seems to have gone to plan so far but I have a question about the wort, I strained it into the bucket as per the guide and it has already formed a thick layer of sediment at the bottom of the FV. What is this stuff and is it a problem for the beer I.e should I rack it off into another FV?
Thanks in advance
This is such a good idea, that naturally, I seem to have ordered six.I have this with my current batch, the extra sediment I've got means that the trub is now level with my tap.
I've ordered a 5 gallon paint strainer, as suggested by MyQul, to filter it out as it goes into the FV, hopefully!
I ordered mine from amazon, was quite chuffed with my purchase of 2 for Â£3.53. After I had completed the order I noticed that the delivery date was mid June. That'll be a US seller then! Should pay more attention.This is such a good idea, that naturally, I seem to have ordered six.
Like you do.
Would not want to be without one. And if they are still going unused in x years time, they can be passed off as net curtains, perhaps.