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General Homebrew Discussion / Kolsch kit
« on: February 25, 2015, 12:32:16 AM »
Made a kolsch kit this past Saturday, yet it seems it fermented too quickly.  No bubbles that I have noticed today.  I looked in the bucket and it looks like it is done.  I'm giving it another day or two to see if any change.  Any comments or advise welcome.

Thanks.   ;D

General Homebrew Discussion / Yeast
« on: February 15, 2015, 08:40:47 PM »
Hey all,

I'm still a newbie, left the game due to work but back now.  I got a kit from a store but it brought no yeast.  will any yeast work?  I'm making a Kolsch.  I have some packets of Feischmann's RapidRise Highly active yeast...  3/4 oz each. 
Please assist.  I greatly appreciate this.

General Homebrew Discussion / New to brewing
« on: November 06, 2012, 10:24:29 PM »
Hello all!!  I just started brewing this week and am hoping to be doing it properly.  I got a kit as a present from some friends and just brewed my first batch of American Amber Ale.  I'm using a beginner's kit from "Brewer's Best" and their recipie kit/ingredients etc.  I finished everything and put it in the fermenting bucket Sunday night.  By Monday morning it was bubbling a little.  Now today no bubbles at all.  I have been searching about this and mostly found that 1. it's not a big deal if not bubbling, 2. I should get a measurement with the hydrometer(which I'm not sure about) will opening the bucket to measure do any damage to the "beer" that is in the bucket?  The recipie states to let it sit for 4-6 this the right amount of time? 

I know being new I'll have a lot more questions.  Thank you all in advance!


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