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Old 01-01-2008, 04:15 PM   #21
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Very cool Yuri!

I have never done a starch conversion test with iodine before. I did a little test this morning with a sugar solution and then corn starch solution. Now that I see how simple it is I will do it every time! It seems like a very simple way to confirm all went well with the mash.



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Old 01-01-2008, 04:39 PM   #22
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Amazing videos. Very educational!!!!!!!!!!!! I want steam on my system very bad. Yuri, you are the master of professional looking everything. I cannot wait until you get the new mash tun up and running. Good luck with your move.



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Old 01-01-2008, 04:56 PM   #23
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Very fine work Yuri, thank you again for all the hard work into this project! You've raised the bar for all of us in terms of your contributions to HBT. I only hope that I can help 1/10th of the people that you have helped and continue to help.

When you sanitized your BB, did I see correctly that you've commandeered a lawn/garden sprayer for your sanitizer applicator? That's a neat idea, a way to one-up the ol' spray bottle.

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Old 01-01-2008, 05:24 PM   #24
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To answer a few questions and make the series a little more complete, here are another three videos I uploaded previously:

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(with my garden sprayer. Yup, chriso, you saw correctly. The sprayer has never had anything but Star San solution in it.)

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Old 01-01-2008, 05:40 PM   #25
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That sprayer looks like it saves you a TON in sanitizer costs. I've been grieving my poor sanitizer efficiency - I only have 2 oz left in my 16 oz bottle that I bought at the end of September. I need to restock, and more importantly, I need to dump less sanitizer. I think kegging will help this immensely though - because then I can keep a sanitizer keg, and push it back and forth instead.

Thanks for the idea!

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+1. I like how your dog cleans up your spills, too.
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Awesome videos! Thanks for taking the time and sharing, definitely great info for someone who has not gone AG yet. Whose I/O hardware and software are you using? As an industrial controls engineer that was my favorite part of your setup! After the steam generator of course.

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I'm using an Arduino microcontroller board as a serial comm conduit to feed temperature and pressure information to the laptop, and to receive on/off state data and control solid state relays. I wrote the software you see on the laptop in Java using the NetBeans IDE and RxTx serial comm library.
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I'm using an Arduino microcontroller board as a serial comm conduit to feed temperature and pressure information to the laptop, and to receive on/off state data and control solid state relays. I wrote the software you see on the laptop in Java using the NetBeans IDE and RxTx serial comm library.
Nice job! I am not familiar with Arduino, I'll do a litlle research. Looks like it works pretty well.
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Definitely a sticky series. Very very impressive and hats off to you Yuri for producing this series of videos. This will boost a tremendous number of newbies and oldies to better brewing.



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