If you plan to tip each every time then do it that way. I wouldn't, that way you wont be short if you forget.
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Klick how long did it take u to get to that pitching temp? ive got a vienna lager on a d Rest at around 58F for two days before i lower it again . Still on the yeast cake . Gonna prime in bottles around day 18?From boil to 48 in about 15-20minutes
Nice I might have to try that tooProbably the same or similar. Mine has a sticker that says Grifo
I'd take a pic of mine but it is down at brewery, but they look exactly the same. I have an attachment that allows you to transform it to a capper as well.
I just drank the first wee heavy of a batch last night. I used 1728 not marris otter. Its hard to imagine it better but I would like to try the golden promise. What does it bring compared to mo?In my opinion it depends on the maltster. I used GW pale 2R my first Scottish then switched to simpsons golden promise. Its not an enormous difference but to me it brings a more authentic maltiness you might expect from a british beer. GP compared to MO is very very subtle and I'm not certain I could tell which beer was which, all other things being equal. Raw malt tasting, to me MO and GP are the same with GP having slightly more flavor. But that could come from chewing one more than the other...
I've had the same corker for about 10 years. It's a nice piece of equipment.Same as mine?
I know squat about competitions. Why are there years without gold medals? Is there a minimum score?The way NHC works the category wins gold, silver, bronze, one each. So for example if a Dark American Lager wins Gold this year, then Munich Dunkel and Schwartsbeir will not. They are the 3 subcategories for category 4.