Mine just passed 3 weeks in primary and I'm about to give it a "whether it needs it or not" d rest. I'll xfer it by this weekend, so then I'll have an idea how it tastes.
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I will set my additions out on a table with my timer and brew utensils.
Bittering hops in a bowl
Aroma hops in a Different bowl
final additions like whirlfloc and nutrients in another little shotglass
Then I just go down the line up and usually don't forget anything
I have had 2 of these: http://www.hannainst.com/usa/prods2.cfm?id=031003&ProdCode=HI 98128 although it was 0.01 accuracy when I got it. The first lasted several years. The second only lasted 1-2 years, but I didn't store it in the storage solution.
Now I have a Milwaukee.
Get the calibrating solution in 16 oz bottles from your local science supply store.
Well it sounds like you are going to celebrate like a professional at least!
Just give it time...if it isn't going by 24 hours, you can have my next batch!
So, uh......it's been 25 hours now, and nothing.........
if it isn't going by 24 hours, you can have my next batch!
I would think he'd want some good beer?
Hey Denny, why are you recipe teasing us?
Well, after following DENNY's advice, I decided not to rehydrate. I'm not at 13 hours and no sign of fermentation yet. Thanks DENNY. You ruined my beer DENNY. Have you even ever made a decent beer? Sheesh.....