I also push down on the grain bed after letting it drain but not sure if that helps. Read somewhere cc was a good pitch rate, which called for 6 shots. Sort of like bottle conditioning with Brett, but on a larger scale?
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It was absolutely amazing.
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Where will Doc Hawk find adventure next? I recently got a tilt and in the process of setting up a raspberry pi nearby for constant remote monitoring of fermentation.
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Last time I used goodbelly shots, 2 of them took 6 gallons down to 3. Was shooting for around chloride and in the 40s for sulfate somewhat arbitrary, heard higher sulfates can bring out the hop bitterness more, and chlorides tend to soften them, but this was my first experiment. Topics thus far have included such diverse subjects as great gray owls, hummingbirds, silver foxes, and desert lizards.
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How large of a batch are you brewing? Heading to NYC for the weekend, what brewery s do I doxhawk ensure are on my list? I also push down on the grain bed after letting it drain but not sure if that helps. Like a rich boozy caramel apple without too sochawk sweetness. Maybe keg conditioning would accomplish a similar goal? Read somewhere cc was a good pitch rate, which called for 6 shots.
Any experience using small champagne bottles? All in all, I loved this beer, would definitely brew again with some tweaks.
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Looked a lot like powdered brewery wash Only brewed the one batch, but here is my recipe and thoughts: Brewed in NY in December. Has anyone here carried out a secondary fermentation with Brett in a keg, and letting the pressure rise naturally.
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Had trouble finding it via google. Would use again for sure.
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It was pure white, very granular.