Yes... yet another version of a keg and carboy washer...
The first time I heard of a "keg washer" was listening to Dr. Scott describing his brewing gadgets on The Brewing Network's Homebrew Gadget Show (clip is about 105 minutes in) back in December 2005. I also came upon a cool post by Dave @… Continue
A little while ago, when making a starter for my blonde ale, I had yet another boil-over...
My procedure was pretty standard; add some DME and water to a 2000ml Erlenmeyer flask and boil on the stove for 15 minutes or so. I'd then cool the wort using an ice-water bath, pitch my yeast, get it going on my… Continue
Hi, I just wanted to let you know about my official Philly Beer Week event: America's Next Homebrewer.
It's going to take place June 11th at the Draught Horse Pub. Sponsored by Yuengling. It's free to participate, all you have to do is send an email to email@example.com with your contact info and a description of the beer you plan to bring.
Winner gets a private tour of the Yuengling Brewery, Phillies Tickets and a case of beer!
Plus! Meet Yuengling’s Master Brewer, guest appearence from Lord Chesterfield, prizes & all seven Yuengling Brews on tap! (no cover).
thank you, If you have any questions just let me know!
no i didn't take any readings except temp and i pitched it at 68... its already getting activity... i do want to thank you again for letting me co-pilot your operation i have a blast and believe it or not learned a ton too thanks... i am so eager to try this beer and really hope it turns out great for us... looks like it will
im glad you enjoyed it like i said before i have had mixed reviews but i like it and im the one who matters:)... as for the yeast im pretty sure it was white labs german ale yeast im not sure of the number... what are you doing in that pic culturing yeast from the bottle??? thats pretty sweet let me know how that works for you... Craig and i have been talking about doing that for a while now but have yet to attempt it