I've been brewing All Grain for nearly 10 years and never gave a thought to K&K brewing since.
Recently, I've been wondering if I could brew a simple K&K and make it turn out better than I remember back in the day.
Back then, I used kit yeast, no temperature control and probably haphazard cleanliness.
Today I use good yeast, temperature controlled ferments, oxygenation of the wort and much better sanitation practices.
So, I present the brew:
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I'm going to make this up to 20-21 litres, pitch yeast harvested from coopers stubbies and oxygenate the wort in a temperature controlled ferment.
I was never happy with any of my K&K brews so I'm keen to see if this turns out different to what I remember.
I expect this will be a one of experiment.
Has anyone else gone back to brew a K&K years later and found it was better than you recalled?
Edited by cliffo, 03 January 2017 - 06:57 PM.