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Your recipe will indicate how long the fermentation process lasts. While your beer is setting for one to three months, check on it periodically to make sure bubbles are coming through your air lock. This will be slow at first, then intensify, and you’ll know it’s finishing when this process slows again. Once your beer has finished fermenting—that is, when the gurgling and churning is done—you can leave it right where it is or move it into a secondary. Some people transfer into a secondary (another carboy) to avoid the dreaded autolysis, or yeast cannibalism.
Keeping it simple, we’ll start out using the two and a half gallon method. Remember your optimal strike water target temperature is 152-160°F; any higher can bring unwanted reactions with the grains and one reaction can cause the destruction of vital starches and sugars necessary for fermentation. Bring the water to a slightly higher temperature initially, before adding grains, to give yourself time to get things ready while the water cools to the ideal temperature in your recipe. Use your thermometer.
You’ve got your water ready. I’ve found that putting the grains in a grain sock or cloth bag—found at your home brew shop—keeps things nice and tidy. If it fits your personality better, you can always pour loose grains in, but extract brewing 41 has the advantage of having already gone through the mashing process, so some recipes that add specialty malts are only for beefing up the flavor profile. It’s Wort Time! Wort (PRONOUNCED WERT) is the stage of the liquid that is not quite beer. This weird German word refers to the result of steeping grains in your strike water for anywhere from 30-90 minutes.
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