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Title: Ugh
Post by: BairsBrewing on February 28, 2015, 04:31:35 AM
Ok, rushing to do a batch for a competition, always a big mistake.  Put my false bottom upside down, several stucks. First time using my mill, maybe too fine of a crush, then I remembered the upside down bottom. Fly sparse into the kettle, boil, OG spot on. Pitch the starter, rolling in 12 hrs. Wednesday, four days after brew day, SG is at 1.016! Last night try the gelatin fining. Today kegged with dry hops (whole), tomorrow, I will taste/check carb levels, and then bottle three on Sunday for the competition delivery.  Pretty crazy how it went. It's a local brewery competition that I won last time so hopefully I will win again.  News to come....
Title: Re: Ugh
Post by: Jeffinn on February 28, 2015, 02:36:19 PM
Sounds like it all worked out. Good luck at the competition!