Wed Sep 13, 2006 11:20 pm

I did a (Saison) mash on one day, sanitized my collection bucket and let it sit for 24 hours. Started my boil the next day and went for it. I entered it into the Southern Cal. Homebrew Comp. and got 30.5 on it and the judges said that it's problem was low carbonation.

That said I tried this again with a Kolsch and went into my garage the next morning ( 6 hours) and it smelled as if someone spent the night barfing in my garage. It actually blew the top off. :shock:
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Thu Sep 14, 2006 6:02 am

My suggestion would be for those times that you don't have a lot of time, batch sparge a 5 gallon batch. I can do a batch sparge beer in about 4.5 hours.
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