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Not my idea but I have seen people mounting this into this (the white bit comes out and is hollow) and then you can add CO2 to your mini keg via this.

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Agree, not a silly question. I used to mash in, and leave the mash for the 90 minutes - no stirring. Lately I've been checking the gravity at 30 and 60 mins and I do stir before taking a sample. I normally do a mashout and I stir continuously whilst ramping the temperature up to mashout temps. Norma...

That is some interesting chit there Lambert! Overnight Mash! That fits my style! Heat it, Mash in, Insulate and go to bed. Correct? Why? (besides the fact that I like the idea because Im lazy) trout Trout I'm a pushed for time at the moment so I'm trying to do as many brews in a day/weekend as poss...

Brew 1 I did a overnight mash for 570 minutes. 1. At 570 minutes, my gravity reading was 1.023 Quick Bonus Questions A. The weight of my grain bill was 3140g B. The volume of water I mashed with was TWN: 35.10 C. My average mash temperature was 67C to 55C over 9.5 hours... If you did a Mash-Out 1. ...

Did a Hochkurtz mash yesterday for a Dunkel (from Brewing Classic Styles) and took the gravity after each rest: 20 minutes at 55C - 1.010 50 minutes at 62C - 1.028 50 minutes at 70C - 1.035 15 minutes at 76C - 1.038 Quick Bonus Questions A. The weight of my grain bill was 4361g B. The volume of wate...

Yeasty, I'm doing between 2 and 3 sourdough loaves a week - can't remember when last we bought a bread. I made a sponge a month or so ago and used a cup of spent grains (from a American Brown Ale recipe) in the sponge. The bread came really nice. Recipe: 1. Make sponge: - 250g sourdough - 400g flour...

lambert, Nice work! so... It was supposed to be 90 minutes but I got cold - was brewing outside. .... How cold does it have to be to go inside???? I thought you were tough? BB, I'm originally from Africa, anything less than 25C is freezing :o :shock: . It was a very mild 0c to 2C with intermittent ...

Brew 1 - Belgian Pale Ale I did a full-volume mash for 90 minutes. 1. At 30 minutes, my gravity reading was 1.026 2. At 60 minutes, my gravity reading was 1.038 3. At 90 minutes, my gravity reading was 1.040 Quick Bonus Questions A. The weight of my grain bill was 4791g B. The volume of water I mas...

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