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Go for it Bobbie, you will not look back. After circa 5 posts you can post pictures. It would be interesting to see the kit, including the kegerator, and to know how you came up with the designs.
- Mon Sep 14, 2020 12:03 pm
- Forum: Brewing Equipment
- Topic: Whirl-pooling in a boiler with side element
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So - I want to attempt the whirl-pool method. I have in mind that the element will cause turbulence that will mess up the central accumulation of hop debris and trub. It shouldn't affect it that much, particularly if you return the wort just under the surface rather than the bottom. The other advan...
- Mon Sep 14, 2020 9:20 am
- Forum: Grain Brewing
- Topic: Wort clear as bell on barreling but now very hazy.
- Replies: 5
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3) yeast- yep used about 60g granulated sugar to carbonate. This may be it but thought I'd be through his layer after 4 pints drawn. If it's a bottom tap then not necessarily so. If it still carbonating the yeast will still be rising through the Beer rather than dropping out, particularly as you me...
Suggests your preboil wort and post boil wort was mixed well so looks like we're back to a reading error.
(Thought I'd better change the title, as the topic has moved from its' starting point...) So for those who use pure O2, where do you get your cylinders from? What other equipment is needed? I'm guessing a suitable regulator? Airstone (oxygen stone)? Suitable tubing? And what costs are we looking at...
... For liquid it depends on who you ask. There are claims that "wet" yeast only need oxygen for building their cell walls ready for dormancy. They don't actually need it for respiration in the lag phase. Thanks for that link. I couldn't get a straight "yah or nay" to my question with it but it eve...
… is there any need to introduce oxygen into the wort if the starter is supposed to have all the cells needed to ferment the wort and oxygen is only needed to create more cells which it shouldn't need (yeast will also stash oxygen for creating cells which is why you can get away with no wort aerati...