Doing a Boh pils today. Used .4 lb acid malt. Is a ph of 5.0 too low for the style, and is there any way to correct this?
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Have you checked out theelectricbrewery.com?I have; maybe time for a revisit! Thanks all.
Yes. Also the beer may have been infected causing CO2 to be produced in the can.+1 Probably something funky going on with the coconut perhaps. See how old the beer is. I had a whole six pack of Flying dog's Deadrise be gushers. I ended up using it to steam crabs.
Going with 240v enables you to deliver much higher wattage to your wort and I find that having extra wattage helps when you are ramping temperatures to higher steps or bringing wort to a boil. You probably won't need those excess watts all the time, but they are handy at times.Do my pumps need to remain on a separate 110 circuit? And if/when I go electric BK and HLT can they all go on the same 30 Amp circuit?
This is the procedure I use. It's easy and foolproof :Just read this, and the only thing i think i did wrong is maybe it was too hot?
I prefer to sanitize my pump with heat anyway. Recirculate your hot wort for a few minutes, as part of the whirpool or just to get all your pipes cleaned. Also obviates the need for a sanitary ball valve on your kettle.I'm with Narvin on this. Cam locks work great for me. Sometimes i have to put my beer down and use 2 hands, but I spend less time tinkering with my (RIMS) setup. I have a CFWC and all my hoses, fittings and the inner sanctum of my chiller get a healthy dose of 200+ degrees of hot wort when I whirlpool. Correct me if i am wrong but ask yourself this: if something is too hot to handle with bare hands, is it still cool enough to harbor bacteria?
Works for me on the win10 OS, just cant acces the help files. I tried copying them from an older machine but no luck.How did you get it to install? W10 refuses to do anything with the install file. Do I just need to copy and paste the files out of my other working installations onto the W10 drive?
I was running on a Windows 7 machine and did the free upgrade. Still works just fine.
Like Steve said, likely pbw res7due. I also read somewhere on here that for proper rinse, rinse water should be close to the same temp as you washed or soaked in for best results. Most soaps rinse well in cold water but apparently pbw likes whatever temp it was used in for rinsing. Just what I remember reading and I could easily have mis-rememberedYou remembered correctly. Jon from Five Star recommends rinsing at or warmer than soak temps to avoid residue.
I usually soak cold. Gonna try a hot rinse. I'll report my results. Stay tuned!
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