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Old 01-21-2012, 04:28 AM   #1
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So im making AG beer inside the house today to help heat the place and my eyes are burning. More noticably when im standing over the pot, what is going on?

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Old 01-21-2012, 04:33 AM   #2
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You're not running a propane burner are you?

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Old 01-21-2012, 05:41 AM   #4
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yeah but i never notice it until i am boiling the wort never heating my mash or sparge water

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it's cold in truckee but i would not heat my house with a propane burner.

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Dude, don't use a propane burner indoors! All kinds of issues with carbon monoxide and other gasses and harmful fumes and carbon compounds! Only brew in a well ventilated area!

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is that why my eyes burn

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i looked around and there a people that brew with propane in basements and garages sometimes not ventilating them because its cold. I don't think the by products of combustion are what cause my eyes to burn because i don't feel it until i am boiling the wort. anyone else have the burning eyes from wort?

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is that why my eyes burn
Pretty good chance! You are LITERALLY playing with fire my friend! Gotta keep it safe! Brewing is all about fun and enjoyment! Not killing yourself just to make beer!
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i looked around and there a people that brew with propane in basements and garages sometimes not ventilating them because its cold. I don't think the by products of combustion are what cause my eyes to burn because i don't feel it until i am boiling the wort. anyone else have the burning eyes from wort?
That's because some people have low emission burners. What kind of burner are you using? If it's just a standard turkey fry burner, that is not safe!
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