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Greg B

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  1. Probably the cold weather. Give 'em another 2 or 3 weeks and all will be good. Cheers, Greg
  2. Top bit of kit, well worth the wait. Cheers, Greg
  3. Try this link. http://brodiescastlebrewing.com/index.php?topic=104.0 Cheers, Greg
  4. Pink stain remover (neo-pink) gets most bottles sparkling. Cheers, Greg
  5. Johnny, welcome to brewing. I've never heard of anyone sorry to have started kegging. Cheers, Greg
  6. Make it the last week of Sept, I've already got the time off of work. Cheers, Greg
  7. I thought I'd fallen into a cyber void there for a moment fellas. :lol: Cheers, Greg
  8. Philby, there is always Sparkling and Best Extra. Could you imagine the BB Bogans having a session on Best Extra? Cheers, Greg
  9. Kegging is a great way to not have to bottle. Kegs, regs, lines, gas etc can be got from any good HBS. You don't have to age beer in kegs if you are force carbonating them, if you have cold conditioned your brew then it can go from the fermenter to the tap in an hour or so. Try the Kegging section of the Homebrew and Beer forum for some good tips. Cheers, Greg
  10. For the grain about 20 minutes, then once more for 1 or 2 mins. Steep the hops for 5 to 10 minutes. Cheers, Greg
  11. My 2cents worth, this comes out more in the style of an American Pale ranther than an Australian Pale: The can, a kilo of light dry malt extract. 200 grams of Crystal malt. Steep in a coffee plunger add the liquid. The grains then go to the chooks. 12 grams of Cascade hops steeped and added to the primary. Cheers, Greg
  12. Greg B

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    Very Optimistic. Cheers, Greg
  13. Greg B

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    Hey Kai, would that method be safe in a gas oven? or would the alcahol vapour create a fire/explosion hazard? Not trying to be a smarta$$ or any thing, just a thought. Cheers, Greg
  14. I bought a cheap one that was molded into a fridge magnet. Lives on the freezer door. Close fridge and grab opener in one swipe, open beer and back onto freezer door ready for next time. Scored an old Coke one off my Grandfather years ago, just not arsed in attaching it. Cheers, Greg
  15. Stouts will run up quite a krausen head on them, and be quite vigarous in fermentation. This is normal. Relax, don't worry, have a homebrew. Cheers, Greg
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