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Ok, I was wondering why your brews are overflowing like that. How big of a batch did you make? How much priming sugar did you use? How do these beers taste? Any off flavors? What type of beer did you brew? I've been brewing about six years now. - petey_c
petey_c is spot on with his questions !!! We've been brewing for over 10 years and never experienced this. We've never even have sediment in our bottles even once. Between in-bottle carbonation gone wild, and needing to protect your family and friends from spewing beer, I think someone needs to turn in his man-card until he figures this out. LOL Thanks for the chuckle, cutest post on Instructables in a long time. Sorry if my assumption that this a comedy posting was not accurate. - canewkirk
Dear Technoclave, I'm glad you understood I was just giving you a hard time. My wife and I have brewed up some "mistakes" ourselves over the years. With the cost of the ingredients, we stick strictly with the recipe, even then we'll serve up a stinker every now and then. I think the freshness of the yeast and hops has a lot to do with it. We're to the point where we have found our favorites and that's all we brew now. Nothing wrong with experimenting, I guess we're just old and boring. LOL - canewkirk
This was an attempted Hefe, without doing any added sugars; I bottled it before my primary fermentation was completed, so I was kind of asking for it ;)I've been brewing for about 3 years now, and it's only when I've bottled before the wort is done in Primary that they come out this effervescent. When I stick to the 'rules' and wait for Primary Fermentation to complete, they come out much less ... energetic.
Thanks! It's a tongue-in-cheek post, as this isn't my first time at the homebrew rodeo, but it was my first time going 'off label', and experimenting with no added sugars. Apparently, I need to stick to the book and experiment in smaller increments, and cut back on the "doing it by the seat of my pants."
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