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Old 07-19-2012, 06:48 PM   #21
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I opt for the more accurate measure. I measure my grain bill and hops in kg/g because it is much easier to measure an accurate 15g instead of 0.529oz. I mash at 155F because the standard 68C is a few degrees of control off of Fahrenheit.

Besides, if you listen to Can You Brew It, most brewers give recipes in percentages. It is easy to convert percentages to kg and not deal with 1lb=16oz and 1g=4qt=8pt=128oz.

In any case, I buy my grain by the pound, hops by the ounce, and drink my beers by the pint - regardless of whether it is an American or Imperial pint.



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Old 07-19-2012, 06:49 PM   #22
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Guess sarcasm is obsolete too. Maybe it's just a "redneck" thing.

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I opt for the more accurate measure. I measure my grain bill and hops in kg/g because it is much easier to measure an accurate 15g instead of 0.529oz.
that's interesting, because i measure in lb/oz cause it's easier to measure an accurate 4oz instead of 113.398 grams......

wait that's not interesting at all.

do people really not see how invalid this argument is?
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Guess sarcasm is obsolete too. Maybe it's just a "redneck" thing.
I thought it was hilarious. I expected you to finish your post with 'MURICA, F*CK YEAH!
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yes, because sarcasm is so easy to convey over the internet.


hrm, was that sarcastic?
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What about a poll so we can know what everyone thinks about metric vs nosense I mean imperial? america? how in the hell your way of measuring things it´s called?
anglosaxon?

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yes, because sarcasm is so easy to convey over the internet.
Yeah, that's almost like the "metric is more accurate" thing.

If you're not fluent in sarcastic, you shouldn't be on the webs.
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also we must petition the world to stop using hexidecimal. base 16? nobody's smart enough to figure that out!

base 10 or no base! amirite!? eh comrades!??!



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