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  1. #2371

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexBrew View Post
    Cool thx..
    Cream Ales .. mmmmm M. Not made that one yet..
    ADD TO LIST !!

    EDIT: I must read the package description.. Has this stuff been precooked ? Else efficiencies will suffer ??

    No issues with effeciency and the PPG is about the same as Pale ale malt.
    However it has no diastatic power.
    Everyone must beleive in something, I beleive I'll have another beer

  2. #2372
    Quote Originally Posted by BeerHolic View Post
    No issues with effeciency and the PPG is about the same as Pale ale malt.
    However it has no diastatic power.
    Thx.. yes will mix in say 10% of the grist with lots of pale malt.

  3. #2373
    The max I have used is 20%
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  4. #2374
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    ^ So not like SAB that goes up to 49%
    The Problem With The World Is That Everyone Is A Few Drinks Behind.!


  5. #2375
    Cream Ale
    80% pale ale or plisner
    20% flacked corn

    Done it with Cascade and then with Southern Aroma
    Everyone must beleive in something, I beleive I'll have another beer

  6. #2376
    Cream Ale a real lawnmower beer
    Everyone must beleive in something, I beleive I'll have another beer

  7. #2377
    Howzit
    Been a while, but i have a question. I want to get into kegging, what would be a good offer on this deal? is it a good deal?
    I know nothing about kegs.

    https://www.wortsandall.co.za/showth...kegs-Interbrew

    Appreciate your input.

  8. #2378
    Quote Originally Posted by SamlL View Post
    Howzit
    Been a while, but i have a question. I want to get into kegging, what would be a good offer on this deal? is it a good deal?
    I know nothing about kegs.

    https://www.wortsandall.co.za/showth...kegs-Interbrew

    Appreciate your input.
    Hey Sam,

    You can get new cornies from brewmart for R1.5k so I would not pay more than 1k, less depending on condition. it's about R100~R200 for a full set of new o-rings, I would replace this by default on used. just keep that in mind. then lastly for cornies they come in both pin lock and ball lock. Older kegs are usually pin lock and newer is ball lock. Ball lock is more commonly available and all the accessories are usually ball lock, there are ball lock conversion kits but you will need to factor that into your total buying cost.

    I'm also not sure if it's cornies or sanke kegs, I cant find anything on the web on these kegs, you need to decide if you want to go sanke or corny? I personally went corny as it fits my use case but I know for instance that Toxxyc like's sanke.

    Also you need to know that kegs are just the first step, you also need co2, hoses, connections and taps and a freezer/fridge that will fit everything, I went with evabarrier, doutight and party taps and standardized on 8mm size, some of the guys prefer 9.5mm as it fits their existing system.

    I prefer 8mm as I you need less tubing to get enough back pressure to have a balanced system.

    That is a crash course in kegging.

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    Sankey vs Corney...

    Sankey has a much, MUCH nicer coupler, and it's pretty fool proof. It also has a built-in check valve on the gas line, so your regulators are safe. On the flipside, you cannot connect the coupler without something plugging the beer line, or beer goes EVERYWHERE (been there, done that).

    Sankey kegs don't clean as easily, since the hole is tiny. But they're bigger, typically.

    It's personal choice, but if I had more, all my cornies would be sankeys.

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