Trying a 45 minute mash 45 minute boil then Brulosopher lager regimen on a German Northern Pilsto see how this speed approach will work Gotta run - this was a quick brew day before an Okto party today.
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I consider myself extremely lucky to be homebrewing at a time where brewers like Denny and Marshall (as well as their experiments) are so accessible to the community. It certainly encourages me to do my fair share of experimentation, and I'm a better brewer for it, too.
This is the company that Denny uses. They have powder and tabs. www.craftmeister.com
Yep. Better than Oxi or PBW. Drew did a test.....http://www.experimentalbrew.com/blogs/drew/craftmeister-cleaners-picturing-carboy-test
One thing we found is that the Crafmeister cleaners dissolve better than either Oxi or PBW. Turns out that Oxi and PBW source their percarbonate from the laundry industry and it has a coating that doesn't full dissolve until 140F. Craftmeister uses percarbonate made for the chemical industry and it dissolves at 110F. Don't get me wrong....both Oxi and PBW work well. But Craftmeister works better.
I'm set up to brew a Belgian Wit tomorrow to make up for the one I screwed up on Labor Day. I will be dumping 10 gallons of scorched Belgian Wit sometime during the day. I haven't dumped a batch of beer in quite a long time so I am wondering if I should have a little ceremony.