I'd guess full open was the problem. You probably compacted your grain bed.
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Nope, I haven't done it and I have to admit to being ignorant of what PTC is. I'll take a look at the link you provided.Me neither and I fail to remember PCP tasting like anything
I just read it. Wasn't it Ales in the taste test? Mr Ruud said he wanted to try it with Lagers based on his findings with the Ales.
BTW the bird is in the top design. Sideways eye, beak pointing down. This was done by a college kid (well, the goblet was. I spiced it up some and put the type on it.)
Again - no hammer. Yellowhammer is the Alabama state bird and that is our marketing strategy. Everyone who knows anything about Alabama (Alabama football for instance) knows what Yellowhammer is.
I guess i could also transfer it to my secondary carboy, right?. My only fear there is that I only have 4 1/2 gallons of beer and so apparently I'd leave too much room for air to effect the beer in the secondary carboy, so that's what my LHBS advised me of and said to just keep it in the primary (but not sure if that person is credible anymore...)
Anyway, thanks for the advice all!
Denny, between the fruit beers and wheat beers did you just throw that one in the recycle bin