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  1. Jeremy Bullock

    Kveik - what goes on in your fermentation fridge?

    Have you ever wondered how the new 'wonder yeast' Kviek performs in your fermentation fridge. Well, we made a brew and monitored the life out of it to find out. Here at MyBrewbot we thought we would have a look at what goes on in the fermentation fridge after you’ve pitched. We found some...
  2. J

    Lager fermentation temperature troubles

    Hi all, On Friday, I pitched Saflager S-23 yeast into my fermenter at 20 degrees Celcius, before putting it into a fridge and cooling it. I checked the fermenter on Saturday midday and it was hovering around 11 degrees and there was bubbling in the airlock. Now I didn't check the temperature...
  3. McDuck

    Cheap eBay Heat Belt

    Bought myself a cheap eBay heat belt https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com.au%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F291759162677 Just opened it and plugged her in, sits around 50 degrees. Constant power, not adjustable. Brewing stout, so this belt sounds like it’s gonna boil it. Could you...
  4. D

    Temperature query in primary fermenter

    Hi All, Onto my second ever batch, first one being a lager and tasting ok. This time trying a Coopers Pale ale. I use an internal heater (fish tank style) to moderate my temp at around 22 degrees. On my first brew I only left it in the barrel for around a week before bottling, it appeared all...
  5. P

    Temperature Controller

    Just wondering if anyone has experience with these temperature controllers? Just looking for something all in one (no wiring) and as cheap as possible.. Cheers
  6. Jkpentreath

    No chill. Can anyone write give me the rules.

    Just got water bill for the month and and have three fridges running at the moment so I think I will give no chill a crack. R there any hard and fast rules with hops eg. Ones to use and ones that down handle a long steep. Cheers.