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Jerry Roe

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  • Favourite BrewPrint
    Thomas Coopers Artisan Reserve
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    Thomas Coopers Artisan Reserve
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  1. The beer was flat but I had to determine if that was truly the case so I drank five more. I don't remember much after that.
  2. I tried out the Artisan Reserve at the two week point and there was no evidence of secondary fermentation, There was no foam or head on the beer but it did taste good! I guess the amount of sucrose did not promote secondary fermentation. Since I brought this issue to you, I have tried two other Brewprints -- California Steam and Cooper's Session. I am looking forward to trying them out.
  3. Thanks, again! I will let you know how it goes. Cheers!
  4. Thanks, Mark. I will give it a try tomorrow afternoon. Do you think I need to adjust the head space as a precaution?
  5. Mark, thanks for the welcome. I think I blew it. I added the hops and the sucrose but I intended to bottle instead of keg. Now what do I do? I do have the bottles and tablets and was ready to bottle tomorrow
  6. About to keg my first batch of Thomas Coopers Artisan Reserve. I have added the hops (2 pouches) and have noticed two pouches of sucrose. Do I add these two pouches to the batch along with the hops or did I mess up? Should I have added them at the start? Thanks in advance.
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