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Forum: Wine, Beer, and Spirits 04-01-2011, 03:52 PM
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Posted By earnold25
Re: Homebrewers - Whats in the fermeter?

did you get the LME or all wheat?
Forum: Wine, Beer, and Spirits 04-01-2011, 03:08 PM
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Posted By earnold25
Re: Homebrewers - Whats in the fermeter?

Thanks for the link! Just ordered 2. Not sure that I could make 7 in a month. :)
Forum: Wine, Beer, and Spirits 02-22-2011, 06:27 PM
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Posted By earnold25
Re: Homebrewers - Whats in the fermeter?

sounds good. I was going to bottle anyway, but I found out I can't easily bottle straight from the primary with an autosiphon and a bottling wand. Looks like I need a bottling bucket or something...
Forum: Wine, Beer, and Spirits 02-21-2011, 03:14 PM
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Posted By earnold25
Re: Homebrewers - Whats in the fermeter?

Here we are 3 weeks to the day and my gravity reading is 1.020. Should I keep waiting? Doesn't look like much has been going on in the air lock for quite a while.
Forum: Wine, Beer, and Spirits 02-08-2011, 10:00 AM
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Posted By earnold25
Re: Homebrewers - Whats in the fermeter?

that's a great idea. i may have to steal it :) what'd you use to measure a gallon? I guess I could use the 1000mL flask i have but that'd take a while to fill.
Forum: Wine, Beer, and Spirits 02-07-2011, 09:08 PM
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Posted By earnold25
Re: Homebrewers - Whats in the fermeter?

gotcha. i did add some, but i wasn't sure how much liquid i was dealing with and didn't want to bring to total over 5 gallons.
Forum: Wine, Beer, and Spirits 02-07-2011, 08:59 PM
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Posted By earnold25
Re: Homebrewers - Whats in the fermeter?

close. 1.011-1.014 :)

thanks for the help. i'll keep ya posted :)

was i correct in assuming that the OG was off due to not enough water in the final wort? i.e. too much boiled off?
Forum: Wine, Beer, and Spirits 02-07-2011, 08:14 PM
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Posted By earnold25
Re: Homebrewers - Whats in the fermeter?

What was your starting gravity? 1.065 ( recipe said 1.046 - 1.050)
What yeast did you use? Wyeast Irish ale prop. ( on a starter)
What temperature have you been fermenting at? Around 68 - 70
Was...
Forum: Wine, Beer, and Spirits 02-07-2011, 07:58 PM
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Posted By earnold25
Re: Homebrewers - Whats in the fermeter?

Cool. One other thing in my OG was higher then the recipe stated it should be. (I'm guessing not enough water?). Do I need to adjust the FG to know when I'm done or use what the recipe states for...
Forum: Wine, Beer, and Spirits 02-07-2011, 03:55 PM
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Posted By earnold25
Re: Homebrewers - Whats in the fermeter?

Started my first batch last week. An Irish stout. Fermentation has slowed considerably. Wondering when to start taking gravity readings. (tapping my foot impatiently)
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