yeah it'll be fine. no worries. just give it some time to settle after the trip.
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I'll put in my obligatory plug for 7 Bridges which is the only mostly organic store I have found. Rebel brewer and Northern Brewer and Morebeer occasionally will have some organic ingredients but 7 bridges has a great selection all the time!
As we've started selling our beer to a little deli that specializes in organic food. I offered the owner to brew an organic version of our Amber. I intended to buy such from 7 Bridges. The owner said that they have had organic beer in the past, and nobody liked it, especially given the price premium for such.
Alright, I will try weighing form now on but...most of my stuff has only given me measurements. Should I just then get a scale and go off of a cup is 8 oz so if I need 3/4 a cup weight to 6 oz? Also heat may have been an issue, I came home one day to our air conditioning being off and the whole house being 81 degrees.
Sweet set-up. Very jealous. Good luck with it!
When I get home from the road I will be buying a large freezer for the 40 gal conical fermenter and them i will be able to ferment the whole batch rather than using 6 carboys.
10-15% evaporation is plenty for what we're looking to accomplish in the boil. Any more than that and you're just wasting propane.
Just to clarify, would more evap. simply make less beer or is there another risk involved (taste, etc.) with increased evap. during boil? Thanks!
Measuring evaporation would be tough for me to judge. Are you saying its doesn't need to be an explosive boil the whole time?
most of the priming calculators I know of take beer temp into consideration if you enter it accurately.
Temperature, yes, but not time.