I'll buy a six pack of Celebration today, then go back to the pub and order another so that I'm better informed. Sounds like I got the wrong beer.
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This is something like 3 out of 7 batches of IPA with the same issue and the only thing I can see they share is switching over to dry yeast.Keith,
The big exception is SN Celebration which I feel is a beautifully made IPA; to me, it's the best one out there in both flavor and balance.
could just be starch/protein haze instead of yeast. or perhaps the us-05 is just slowly chewing away at those dextrins. Majorvices posted about having issue with us-05 over carbing in the bottles for him regularly. maybe it's more capable of metabolizing more complex sugars/starches then we generally think?
Yea, I meant the second step being in the kettle - just may try it as an experiment, but not likely a standard operating procedure for the future.So the idea is to drain off via a batch sparge a bit early so you can bring the temp back up in the kettle?
I'm guessing about $1,500 in hardware in the last year, and avg est $100 per month in gredientsI may have significantly underestimated my actual expenses. I tried to be honest, but I don't really want to know...