AG#25 - Worcester Gold

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alexlark
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Re: AG#25 - Worcester Gold

Post by alexlark » Sat Aug 26, 2017 8:37 am

Interesting. Over on Brulosophy they only use half a tsp of gelatine. I tried that and whilst it did clear it took longer. I stick to 1 tsp now. Also, depending on where you keep your beer, I have noticed the gelatine works faster in winter (have mine in the shed).

Glad it turned out clear in the end!

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Re: AG#25 - Worcester Gold

Post by Monkeybrew » Sat Aug 26, 2017 10:45 am

alexlark wrote:
Sat Aug 26, 2017 8:37 am
Interesting. Over on Brulosophy they only use half a tsp of gelatine. I tried that and whilst it did clear it took longer. I stick to 1 tsp now. Also, depending on where you keep your beer, I have noticed the gelatine works faster in winter (have mine in the shed).

Glad it turned out clear in the end!
I keep my keg in a temperature controlled fridge, so it's a constant all year round.

Currently looking a second keg and tap :wink:

Cheers

MB
Planning:
AG#29 - Summer Ale
AG#30 - Black Dog Stout


On Tap:
AG#27 - Bleak Winter Mild - 3.1%
AG#28 - Fools Pale Ale - 5.3%


Drinking (bottles):


Conditioning (bottles):
AG#28 - Fools Pale Ale - 5.3%

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