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  1. We use BSG campden tablets, according to their...

    We use BSG campden tablets, according to their website they are;
    "...tablets made with Potassium Metabisulfite. 1 tablet per gallon equals 30 ppm free SO2. Each tablet is about 0.5 g.".

    Does our...
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    How did your scale up go? I'm currently scaling...

    How did your scale up go? I'm currently scaling from a 3.5 (3.8) BBL to a 20 BBL. I'm assuming 80% efficiency (the same as our 3.5 BBL) and we haven't brewed anything yet on the 20 BBL.
  3. Wow I can't believe I didn't mention that! Our...

    Wow I can't believe I didn't mention that! Our brewpub/pilot system is 3.5 BBLs. A half campden tablet is treating a full HLT at 120 gallons.
  4. We've established inline oxygenation methods for...

    We've established inline oxygenation methods for milkstouts and a 28.3 plato stout (a lactose beer and a very thick and sugary beer) that only differ in injection time and amount (L/min via...
  5. Thank you for your reply. We use those...

    Thank you for your reply.

    We use those strainers for less hoppy beers coupled with an inline pico stone and food grade o2 for every other beer style. This submersion chiller to fermenter method...
  6. Thank you for your reply. We do use food...

    Thank you for your reply.

    We do use food grade o2 with a pico stone in line with more standard beer styles. That method is well established. This style in particular is in question because we've...
  7. Lactose in a high plato wort and low dissolved oxygen issues pre-fermentation

    Our milk shake style double NEIPA has a lot of sugar in it, as a result I'm having problems with to little dissolved oxygen before pitching yeast.

    Key factors in our process:

    - Lactose is...
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