https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/ful ... 02/jib.465
Some bit of heavy reading here but still interesting approach.
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We had our 5th Brecon last Saturday and a talk by WHC, a yeast provider who said he has a strain that only ferments a small range of the sugars available. He said they will not release it as brewerys who may us it would need very clean packaging as any bacteria would attack the remaining sugars.
Being thinking about the issue of encouraging alpha amylase instead of beta. Under normal mashing at 64c/68c range we tend to opt for the low 5 PH range but in the cold mash scenario to produce low fermentables with some dextrins I'm thinking about flaring PH. Beta likes it best between 4.0 to 5.5 P...
- Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:15 am
- Forum: Home Brew Clubs
- Topic: Any brew clubs in north wales?
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If you hop on the ferry you can link up with a few clubs in the Dublin area. Capital brewers, south dublin brewers, garden county brewers or head to north county brewers
- Fri Jul 12, 2019 7:06 am
- Forum: Brewing Equipment
- Topic: counter pressure bottler
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Not clear in my picture but my beer valve is one of them plastic tube pinch clips that you have a soft silicone tube pass through it. This allows the beer to pass through from the corney keg to the bottom of the bottle without any break in the pipe. No where for dirt to collect along the way.