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Happy New Year everyone! I have been on a rather long brewing hiatus, sorry for not contributing. I'm not sure when, but I know I will get back to brewing at some point. I'm looking forward to seeing how the site will look in the future. Hope everyone has a great year! P.S. HbgBill, I'm hoping the s...

Your OG can be too high if your kettle efficiency is estimated as too low and/or your evaporation is estimated as too low. The BIABacus auto kettle efficiency estimate is purposely set a little low so as at the end of the boil you are left in a situation where you need to dilute a slightly high grav...

I always tried to follow the 333 suggestion I read somewhere a long time ago (forgot where). 3 weeks fermentation, 3 weeks carbing and 3 weeks conditioning for average gravity brews. I usually would start drinking the beer before the 3 weeks conditioning was complete. By the time the 3 weeks of cond...

If that screenshot is WYWU, then it's not bad at all. Some of the Captcha's that I've seen on other sites were terrible. It is odd that they specify "both" words, when it's 1 number and no words at all. Would this only be used for registering, or everytime you want to post?

I've never used gelatin, so others will have better advice on the subject. Your yeast will survive at 1C without issues. They will actually survive freezing temps, but you would want to avoid freezing your beer. The issue with freezing is that the yeast cell walls can get punctured when ice crystals...

Yeast Banking

I was pretty excited to share this link, but then I saw that Beachbum has a pretty similar thread. http://www.biabrewer.info/viewtopic.php?f=86&t=492 Anyway, I thought I'd still share it because there are differences in the method and equipment. It's always nice to have choices. http://www.homebrewt...

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