I think that might be the frumunda. But I sure hope not.
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I have high hopes. I'd really dig consistently clear beer.
u can try to modify mini fridge box - by adding another feet or two of height to original box - may not be professional but u can possibly have temp chamber for around $50 (depening on type of material u decide to use ) plus cost of a mini fridge around $ 100 - 150
I chilled my current batch of Dunkel. Its at 31º right now. So, I took a cup of distilled water and added one pack knox gel. Stirred it in with my sanitized thermometer (44º). In 20 min I will nuke n stir about 20 seconds at a shot until it reaches 150-160º. Then I'm dumping that into my primary.
I can keg or bottle. How does gel fining in the primary effect bottle conditioning? Still plenty of yeast for carbing?
I've seen the Town Branch bottles in various stores, but haven't picked one up. The reviews have been mixed is why I've passed it up.
Try it for yourself. I find reviews foolish in most cases. It's not a popularity contest, it's whiskey!.
We just got Town Branch here, and that will be my next purchase along with Green Spot. Need that for next week. Loving Four Roses Single Barrel.
Since "we're not making jello" i assume the only reason for the high temp is to aid in dissolving the gelatin, correct?
The gelatin dissolves easily doing the Bertus thing. I don't know, different methods I guess. I never wanted to let it boil because I'd heard stories of brewers getting little 'Jello' chunks in the first pint or two - didn't want to chance having Jello floaties. You don't get that the way I do it because the gelatin doesn't congeal since it doesn't boil. The brewers here that boil don't talk a lot about floaties so it must not be that common.
^^This. You will throw your nasty Keg Lube away. It washes away in hot water.Which washes away in hot water, Keg Lube or CIP??
Joe, I can visualize the extra pressure disfiguring the little o-ring on the spring loaded poppet so that it seals the liquid out port right at the quick disconnect.
Anyway, it can't be any where else in the system other than the poppet, can it?
Really, I don't see where Innovation sees this going. If they are awarded the trademark, they must defend that mark against EVERY OTHER BREWERY using that word.
I don't quite see how Innovation Brewing would ever be confused as Innovation Brew Works.Can guys with a JD comment on that?
I have gone to the Brulosopher fermentation approach with my lagers. Grain to glass in 24 days and clean tasting beer....You have to realize that is how the big guys do it, but they are more like 21 days or less. I have been doing this for a long time, as Kai has the fermentation profile on his page.