« on: January 01, 2016, 09:23:25 PM »
Wow...great tips provided by all. I think that the best advice is to learn from your experiences and not to make the same mistake twice. Take good notes and follow your intuition. If it works don't fix it, but understand that there is science involved and understanding the mechanisms involved is vitally important. Sanitation, calculation, good timing, fermentation temp. control, and yeast vitality are some of the more important aspects of brewing. In the end it comes down to a discipline that must be adhered to, all in effort to make the best beer that you can with the constraints at hand. Cheers Denny!