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Re: Dear new homebrewer...

Posted: |06 Feb 2014|, 12:52
by oro
when oxygenating the wort country air is thinner than city air so you need to aerate longer if you live in the booneys

Re: Dear new homebrewer...

Posted: |06 Feb 2014|, 12:58
by JackRussel
But I thought city air was full of those evil tannins, so you should aerate less.
oro wrote:when oxygenating the wort country air is thinner than city air so you need to aerate longer if you live in the booneys

Re: Dear new homebrewer...

Posted: |22 May 2014|, 21:42
by Beer Grains Supply Co
Haha nice post Brent! That pretty much sums it up :)

Cheers,
Jason

Re: Dear new homebrewer...

Posted: |09 Jul 2014|, 03:35
by William Beckett
Much needed post :)

Re: Dear new homebrewer...

Posted: |10 Jul 2014|, 02:01
by Winger
Now that I'm using clean mountain well water do I need to add chlorine and fluoride to get that "Big City" water taste, or can I just add a little bleach to get the chlorine taste? :S

Re: Dear new homebrewer...

Posted: |02 Jan 2017|, 17:18
by RevDudelyNoted
Brent...you just nailed why I am so happy to be back brewing beer.

Wort, prime, yeast repeat.

Take it easy Dude.

Re: Dear new homebrewer...

Posted: |10 Apr 2017|, 15:40
by birvine
Four years later, still brewing, and my old post still makes me laugh to myself! :)

Re: Dear new homebrewer...

Posted: |11 Apr 2017|, 00:34
by XXXXX
Haha me too. I bring it up often enough when talking to other Brewers. Glad you shared it, and glad to see you post again!

Good to hear you're still brewing, too!

Adam

Re: Dear new homebrewer...

Posted: |07 Mar 2019|, 22:35
by JackMcConnick
Bookmarked and saved. Thanks for your input.