I think the recipe looks good. Use Wy3068 for best results. Aim for about 15 IBUs.
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Haha, they sure do.An example of how punctuation can make a world of difference! It's like saying, "Let's eat, Grandma!" and "Let's eat Grandma!"The lack of a comma between dunkel and jim really warms my heart.
Nice work, dunkel Jim!
My youngest says "Commas save lives!!" and then uses the Grandma line as proof.
My Munich Helles is 100% Pilsner malt and has a wonderful light maltiness, but it's not as light as an American Light Lager. I recommend corn, rice and Pils malt. Try something along the lines of 60%Pils/20%Corn/20% Rice for a light American Lager.My last helles was 100% Best pils malt. It turned out almost exactly like Hopfbrau helles. Very clean, light malt character, very easy drinking. Many of the other helles biers I've have much more of a Munich malt presence, whereas the Hopfbrau helles has none of that.
Don't even open it up. just rack it into the out-post and call it a closed-system transfer. It might just be crazy enough to work...Yeah, this is what I'd do/suggest as well. Good luck!
An example of how punctuation can make a world of difference! It's like saying, "Let's eat, Grandma!" and "Let's eat Grandma!"The lack of a comma between dunkel and jim really warms my heart.
I used the faucet caps for a while. I started to notice them smelling funky from sitting over night without any air flow so I stopped using them.They make Faucet Caps that are fairly effective. And also Cheap. ID get 1 for each tap and put it on right after pouring.
This works quite well. Another step is to have sanitizer ready and when you pull the plug out of the faucet dip it into sanitizer.
+2. Yep, cheap and effective :
EDIT - At the end of the night I spray out the faucet opening and the plug with Starsan too. Helps keep the beer tasting clean.
Some beers hold up better under bottle conditioning than others. I've had bottles Belgian quads hold up for years, and barley wines sometimes seem to benefit from the oxygen pick up. IPAs and IIPAs seem to deteriorate very quickly compared to same batch in kegs.Agreed. Anything lower in gravity tends to not hold up for more than a couple months, in my experience.
The main difference to me is that the keg cold conditions for months and clears extremely well. Bottles could be cold conditioned but I don't keep whole cases refrigerated and each bottle would still have sediment to avoid.Ha, if you're one of those who keeps your kegs around for months.......
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