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warra48

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Your pictures aren't showing.
Rather difficult to give advice without seeing just how clear or otherwise your "it" is.
 

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This picture was supposed to be on original post
 

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Got to love it when its photo worthy. It will get cloudy too. Then clear again, maybe. :chug:
 

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Holy crap you are obviously not using biab
 

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I was gonna say I'd get a pic of the next sample tube post boil... but I'm brewing a stout next. :lol: Next pale beer then.
 

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Fermentation complete. 1006. Not as clear now but will cold crash for a few days before kegging.
 

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Here we go, a sample of pilsner wort I took today after dumping the cube into the FV. Was brewed on Good Friday in my 40L urn.

 

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Antex said:
Fermentation complete. 1006. Not as clear now but will cold crash for a few days before kegging.
Kegged last Monday drinking Wednesday, damn good, have now brewed number two and three, can't wait to do more. Best move ever to AG.
 

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Rocker1986 said:
Here we go, a sample of pilsner wort I took today after dumping the cube into the FV. Was brewed on Good Friday in my 40L urn.
A little OT but I think that's another benefit (if you think clear wort in to the FV is a benefit) of no-chilling. When my wort goes in to the cube it isn't that clear, but after a while sitting in the cube it pours out crystal clear (usually). I assume a lot of things preciptate out during that time.
 

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