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Old 07-08-2013, 11:11 PM   #11
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The topic of the thread isn't about what works, we all have methods that work, its about the possibility of using an air compressor as an additional method to aerate wort.
I think the majority of the posts in this thread have suggested that using a compressor is a bad idea, and have suggested simpler methods that will achieve the aeration goal.

Since the OP has not responded to this thread in 10 months, maybe he came to that conclusion too.
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Oh, and get a hydrometer. Psychic brewing is great and all, but hard numbers get rid of MUCH of the guess work.
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Old 07-20-2013, 04:24 PM   #12
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I think the majority of the posts in this thread have suggested that using a compressor is a bad idea, and have suggested simpler methods that will achieve the aeration goal.

Since the OP has not responded to this thread in 10 months, maybe he came to that conclusion too.
I did, come to the same conclusion that is, and decided to not use the air compressor
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