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  1. daveandsan

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    Just bottled 6 half litres and put the remainder in the keg. Will let you know the results in a few weeks time.
     
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    I'm prepared to give a second opinion :)
     
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    just puled the first pint Frome a new Bach it is lovely although slightly cloudy but that's just a bit of yeast in the tap
    this is my home brewed experimental Bach not my commercial brew
    I have two systems
    bill
     
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    Bill how long did you leave it for after barreling it.
     
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    did you put fining in it
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    a week some where warm then could for a few days have it so you can pull a half pint after abut three days it should be starting to clear.
    if not it's grate excuse to be trying your beer a bit of yeas wont hurt you
    I continually sample it a for days after putting it in the keg :BigGrin::beerchug:
     
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    ="HappyBrewer, post:I -1277418, member: 18938"]did you put fining in it
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    a week some where warm then could for a few days have it so you can pull a half pint after abut three days it should be starting to clear.
    if not it's grate excuse to be trying your beer a bit of yeas wont hurt you
    I continually sample it a for days after putting it in the keg :BigGrin::beerchug:[/QUOTE]

    Havn't used finings Bill, i used to but i thought i would try this without.
     
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    Havn't used finings Bill, i used to but i thought i would try this without.[/QUOTE]
    it should clear ok just takes a fit longer once its been conditioning for a few days somewhere warm put it in a cold place like the garage for three days that will clear it faster
    then :beerchug:
     
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    It's going in the garage on Wednesday, so on Saturday its :beerchug:
     
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    draw it off fast firs half pint to get rid of yeast in tap and it should be ok if not keep drinking it will get clear.
    enjoy
    bill
     
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