Keeping a head on your beer

Tips, tricks and techniques regarding brewing with extracts, steeping grains, and partial mash.

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Keeping a head on your beer

Post by PeterNash » Thu Sep 12, 2013 2:50 am

I have been brewing for a couple of years useing the can kits and always had a problem wwith the beer keeping a good head it always started fine but went almost imediatly. For some reason the last brew I did not drink for ten weeks aand all the bottles have a good head and held to the end of the glass. So there really is something to learn every time you do a brew.

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Re: Keeping a head on your beer

Post by Denny » Thu Sep 12, 2013 9:01 am

The longer you give the CO2 to go into solution, the better the foam will be. See also... ... techniques
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