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Hi guys I put my first brew down and am at the clarification stage. I ensured gas pressure was set higher than keg pressure but when I connected the gas the agent did not transfer. The cylinder however was pressurised and when I pushed the release valve on the black connection plug no liquid came […]

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Author: Nolan     3 months ago

Just something to add – I had a similar problem with a IPA fresh wort kit that I had vigorously oxygenated before fermentation compared with another that I didn’t. Just mentioning it as obviously that can also be a factor.

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Author: gwpetrie     3 months ago

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Author: jangju.army     4 months ago

Thanks mate. It make sense. The beer certainly does change. Thanks for the advice. Cheers

Author: shaneg     5 months ago

I keep mine @ 14-15psi or 1bar and get good pours with nice carbonation. What pressure are you using?

Author: Mike Pynenburg     6 months ago

I have completed first stage of clarification and now the sediment bottle is full. Do I remove it empty it and refill with beer using beer tap?

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Author: Nolan     8 months ago

I used to mash 200gms of wheat malt when doing the lager. Helped get a bigger head. cheers

Author: brendos     8 months ago

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Author: trianglehomez123     9 months ago

Hi Daniel, only saw your post today – not receiving notifications any longer, for some reason. I have a brewmaster (23ltrs). Reason why I boiled the wort (LME+DME) just to try a hybrid brew of sorts. On all grains the wort is boiled and I thought it maybe would integrate the flavours more. Couldn’t say […]

Author: sanco     9 months ago

All good advice and pretty much my standard process. About my 40th brew with this, and about 1/2 and 1/2 kit/all-grain. Last two brews the only ones to do this. I’ve had crystal clear beers consistently previously. I’ll do another brew, and see where I get to. I’m suspected way overcarbed, but that’s not consistent […]

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Author: himanshuarya9162     10 months ago

Hi Phil I have seen all grain recipes using vanilla beans halved and put in with the beer. Usually 2-3 beans for 20L. I think you should soak in vodka first to sanitise,scrap the gunky bit out first. Hopefully someone can chime in that has used before Cheers

Author: brendos     10 months ago

If fermenting-temperature (depending on beer-style) and -pressure settings are correct…. Your beer will be ready when returning from holidays. Lager: about 12º to 15º C – Ale: about 18º to 20º C – pressure about 15 PSI or slightly lower. These setting will make sure your beer won’t overflow during fermentation. Hopefully 🙂

Author: Nolan     10 months ago