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I dry hopped an ounce of Citra in my 3 gallon pale ale. It's been dry hopping for 3 days, it may go out to five or so to ensure a stable fermentation.
I'm curious if any of you have sampled beers and decided to add additional dry hops? My only concern is an extended dry hop on the original addition would lead to vegetal off flavors.
Have you experienced vegetal off flavors? IMO, it's one of the bigger myths of homebrewing. Not that it never happens, but my experience is that it happens very infrequently.
I agree, Denny. I rarely notice it and I dry hop fairly often.
My wife likes it better.., ummm.......it's a really nice spot for it there.
Just got my sheets. Once again, the beers I filled off the tap got infected. I guess I need to learn my lesson this time. Two years in a row I lost 3 beers!
At least my Steam Beer got through which was the only one I bottled from the start.
Hmmm... Time to check what you're doing when you bottle off the tap. I sanitize EVERYTHING and use a new picnic tap if I'm bottling for competition.
I only spayed the Perlik inside and out with StarSan. I need a better process for sure. Next year I clean the lines and tap and flush with sanitizer.
Saint Paul is posted.
If its a good tank, not falling apart, the fire needed to cook off the tank will be destroy the garage/shop/shed by the time the tank cooks off. You might tell the fire department that theres a tank in your fully engulfed building. But if you forget, they will assume the worst.
A healthy propane tank is not going to just suddenly explode all on its own.
If a full/ over full tank warms up it can vent, and it can pool. Then if there is a spark from something starting up, like a fridge, you can have problems.
If I went to the trouble of going from keg to keg I would do it through a filter and drop the cold crashing.
If I use a different brand of blender will the beer taste different?