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OK the results are in. The Kolsch is bottled. Pre-bottling, there was a slight hint of DMS aroma. The beer was somewhat cloudy. Now after 5 weeks bottle conditioning, the taste test. The beer is marvelously effervescent. I can no longer detect any DMS aroma nor flavor. The brew has cleared considera...

Still short on time sorry Jerry but I'll try and do a fast answer here before I have Friday beers (and start thinking of more worries :)). Here's what I was thinking of yesterday... 1. First step towards fixing clarity issues is to do a 90 minute good rolling boil. 2. Use Irish moss, whirfloc, kopp...

My Kolsch has been in the primary for 9 days, then transferred to secondary for 7 days. There was a fair bit of suspended yeast and haze. I then lagared to 34 degrees for 9 days, heading for total of two weeks. Then I will bottle carbonate. Here is what it looks like at present. hazy.jpg Hazysedimen...

Hey Jerry that was really cool, thanks for sharing. I look forward to your series of YouTube videos (hint hint) lol. Grolsch = yum! Nice beer style choice. Nick. Hi, thanks for the kind words. The beer is actually a Kölsch style. This is a German beer style unique to Cologne ("Köln" in German). Köl...

Nice job Jerry. This type of brewday pictorial is invaluable to all, I hope you ran the hot water from the NC back into the pool. Some guys use a march pump and use the pool water for the first 1/2 or more of the chill. No need for march pump. I just run the pool filter. It has a takeoff faucet tha...

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