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I talked to my local office, their response: 1. The box cannot have any label showing alcohol, so don't use a beer box 2. Make sure that the containers are sealed inside so that if one leaks it doesn't create a hazmat situation. They didn't mention any other laws or regulations prohibiting the ship...
I found a good site that may help you understand the difference.
I love Dry Stouts. I remember back when I used to drink that Dudweiser and wouldn't drink a Guinness if my life depended on it. But now it's like my life depends on get a Guinness on a regular basis, at least once a week. I would like to add Irish Red Ales too. I have been finding a lot of reds in ...
Hey brewers, I'm new to this forum though I have lurked for a few months. You have a great site hear so I thought I would join you. I would like to thank you for your help in the past and for the future. I would warn you, I know nothing about computers having one for only a few months so please for...
Pellets in mine floated and slowly started dropping. The time I used whole hops, they stayed on top in the scondary. I have used hop bags for dry hopping and it is a lot easier to remove that way.
As long as you store your grain in an airtight bin it should last a year for you. You really want to make sure bugs can't get in and the lower the temp you store it the longer it will last. Total agreement. Completely sealed and in a cool dry place, you should have no problem storing it for at leas...
Welcome to the forum and the headache and reward of homebrewing. I love the forum because when I get frustrated or bored or looking for advice, it fills the void. Even if it is just opinions sometimes, it helps in the process. Welcome!
Right now I have three brew stores in my area that I buy from. Since I am only doing 5 gallon batches, the 3 oz limit isn't that big a deal for me, Although I never asked if they have a limit.
Welcome to the forum. I have learned a few things since I joined up. And even though I have disagreed with some of the posts, It still is a great place to research ideas. Oh, by the way, dark Mexican beer doesn't sound too enticing to me but I have been told that they are making a type of Vienna lag...
- Sat Apr 05, 2008 12:07 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: how long can you keep beer in your carboy?
- Replies: 9
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I would say it also depends on what type of beer you are making. I know some Holiday ales taste better if they are in the secondary for a few months. It gives all the spices time to infuse into the beer. I would think that heavier beer styles would also take advantage of longer secondary time.