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Just a little update. I left the bottles ages to carb up by themselves (not through choice but through a very busy life) and they still had no life in them. I finally got the time to fill a 5L demijohn with some of the bottles and some of that yeast recommended by Joshua and it looks like it's doing...

I do use corny kegs and will have a good read of that post but at first glance it looks like a lot of work for 1 batch of beer. I think I'll try the champaign yeast in a small batch. Not for a few days yet so I'll keep a look out on here and post results when I get them.

Thanks again Joshua

Thanks for the suggestion Joshua, I had thought of using something like that but was afraid of the yeast dropping another 20 points off the beer in the bottle and creating bottle bombs. I think I may have to pour it back into a fermenter and add some higher gravity yeast. Do you know what effect a c...

When using a cube,Is that for kegging.Or is a term used for fermenting. Hey Fongasbrew The cube is used for cooling (or no cooling as its called). Basicly at the end of the brew day we pour near to boiling wort in to a food grade 25L plastic jerry can, squeeze out as much air as you can and put the...

How do I adjust "The Calculator" for a dextrose addition?

Hi all, I have 5 BIABs under my belt now and I am starting to get the hang of the calculator, It is an amazing tool and I am now drinking better beer than I can get in the pub. I am going to brew a "Pliny the Elder" double IPA clone. The recipe calls for 340g of dextrose to be added after the mash. ...

By the way, I assume from your time of posting that you are either a night owl or don't live in Australia! Good luck with you Christmas brewing, Bob Edited by Bob 22/12/12 Thanks for the detailed and prompt reply Bob, it will be very helpful. You are spot on, I am from England and posting this from...

Hi Bob I am going to be brewing this recipe over Christmas and it looks like I have the same size urn you used for doing yours and I will be no chilling as well so it should be easy enough for me to try without having to convert. The only questions I have are about the hopping, I'm guessing your hop...

The maglite one did get me. It looks like a full size maglite. Dunelm is good news as it's close to me and the cheep option. Thanks again Yeasty. I can't wait to start my first AG BIAB brew. I'm starting to get realy excited. I ordered my 40L boiler today, I got a cube from amazon 2days ago and Ive ...

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