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thanx for everyones input .. :thumbs: this brew [my 1st ] is done and in a keg... :thumbs: the good points everything went well and it tastes ok, it smells great ... :thumbs: no off flavors or infections, :party: the bad point ... :sad: i ended up with nearer 7 gallons of beer, so it is diluted from...

it didnt rain here today , in northampton, uk..... ;) so i went for a walk... to northamptons wild and wooly moto x race, the longest running bike race in the world... ive been for the last 18yrs... :cool: http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g74/artburge/IMAG0547.jpg http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/...

You say that they are food-grade, but are they HDPE (high density poly ethylene)? As I understand it, HDPE is rated for hotter-than-boiling temperatures, but not all food-grade containers are made of HDPE, so that is something important to check. As to your question, I have noticed my cubes swellin...

pitched the yeast this weekend, :thumbs: the cube went back into shape , an issue i had was, that when i removed the lid wort spewed out every where.. and i was surprised that the 20L cube held nearly 6 gallons, it was fully topped up, so .. do i need to fully fill the cube in future http://i53.phot...

you may find that the actual temp is not dropping, :think: most large amounts of grain and water will hold a good temp, i thought mine had dropped 8 deg when mashing..? but it was the grain insulating the thermometer as when i stired the mash the temp went back up, so it may be the measuring rather ...

no chilling was a bit scary

i put the brew 20+L in to the cube , it was very hot and the cube was a bit wobbly, did i put it in too hot, or is this normal, the cubes are food grade and quite thick heres a couple of piccys, you can see the full cube has taken on an expanded look http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g74/artburge/IM...

Good Day, This may be Stoopid(stupid), but, I have a Stainlees steel ball bearing at the bottom of the bag, and a Polyester string tied around it with the bag attached. When ever I want to mix the grains/mix the water temperature, I pull the string up until the grains become uncovered, and let the ...

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