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Hi Ed and Welcome to the forum. You'll find everything you need here and there is always someone around to help you out if you get stuck. You can use AG recipe packs but you are better off scaling a well written recipe and asking the supplier to make up a pack of your requirements. You can scale any...

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Include your kettle details and how much you want into the fermenter and someone will chip in.



Hi Mertyn You have a few things to consider before deciding on a pot size. Taking into account cost which may be a limiting factor you want the biggest pot that will fit your circumstances, I use a 50L which I actually started on the stove with.I now brew with gas and outside. The points to consider...

:clap: :clap: :clap: :thumbs: Mally. You might have to send me one back as I wouldn't like to say how viable my old slants are :think: :scratch: :dunno: I must admit that I'm a tad embarrassed about this thread as I didn't really give it the attention it deserved. I'd hoped it would rekindle my love...

Thanks for all the Birthday wishes guys :clap: :thumbs: and I'm sorry I've not been around much and missed a whole bunch of your birthdays :headhit: :idiot: :blush: so a belated Happy Birthday to all those that I've missed. A big thank you to all our Antipodean pals for having a national celebration...

Hi Guys, long time no post :blush: The last few years have been difficult for me and brewing is sadly one of the things that has taken a hit and has had to sidelined. Consequently my contributions on here have suffered and I have found it increasingly difficult to keep up and pick up on things. Don'...

onkeltuka wrote:Any nice tried and tested recipe's in this style? I like Paulaner's Salvator a lot, only downside to it is the high alcohol, but I guess you can't have it all all the time?
Probably one that no one has tried, have you found any recipes that may look good for converting ?



Some pressure cookers come with different steam nozzle weights for different cooking temps,mine (second hand)came with just the one (15g) which according to the manufacturer results in an internal temp of 121c at 15psi.



I use a cheapy pressure cooker with just 1 weight which gives me 15psi. I don't think a pressure gauge is a must have. I've made about 50 slants with it and only used about 20 of those for yeast the rest are in a drawer. Only 1 has failed and that is only 1 little colony of something. :peace: Yeasty

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