Making a few tweaks to the brewery today. Placed a notch in the lid of the mash tun. Also working on a new Irish Cream stout recipe.
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New Homebrew Gear Description: Blichmann has done it again! They keep pushing the boundaries of homebrewing and have released their most advanced home brewing system yet, that gets a home brewer one step closer to brewing beer like a commercial brewery. Introducing the New Blichmann Electric Home Brewing System! This new homebrew system from Blichmann is a top notch all electric 3 vessel, single tier beer brewing system! Blichmann Engineering has released this new single tier brew system complete with all of Blichmann’s innovative home brewing products built right in. It is also customizable! You can select from 4 different homebrew batch size configurations, including 5 gallon, 10 gallon, 15 gallon, 20 gallon and 1 BBL batches.
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If you are unfamiliar with the Blichmann Tower of Power, it is a high end, dependable temperature controller that gives you precise control over the temperature of your mash and your boil. Here are some of the features of this turnkey electric home brewing system from Blichmann!
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Based on my estimated, home beer making is about 75% brewing and 25% cleaning. I had recently drained a couple of kegs so today it is time for me to clean them and my taps in preparation for my experimental Oktoberfest Ale and my next to be determined batch of homebrew. Thankfully for home brewers, there are cleaning solutions out there like PBW home brewing clean that can help with the job.
How to clean a keg
My keg cleaning process is pretty simple. I place a keg tap head on the output post of the keg, so that the dip tube of the keg can pass fluid, I then flush the keg post and dip tube with water and rice any yeast, trub or particulates from the keg. After doing that 2 to 3 times until the keg is visibly clean, I add in a scoop of PBW and fill the keg up to the rim with PBW solution. I then allow it to sit for at least an hour. I then flush the keg and dip tube again and inspect the keg. At this point I may or may not remove the posts for a more complete cleaning and run a brush through the dip tube. I then spray sanitize the kegs for storage.
If you need home brewing cleaner, I highly recommend PBW ( Powdered Brewery Wash). It is fantastic. Whatever you do, do not use household dish soap unless you have no other choice. I dish washing detergent would be a better choice. For a food grade sanitizer I recommend star san. They both can be purchased via the following link at a great price!