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Old 02-16-2006, 10:55 PM   #11
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7.... 7 in the morning... as in 7AM? Wow.... don't think I would stay sane for very long.... what work do you do in the grave yard shift?


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Old 02-16-2006, 11:03 PM   #12
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7.... 7 in the morning... as in 7AM? Wow.... don't think I would stay sane for very long.... what work do you do in the grave yard shift?
Weather never stops.

I'm a weather forecaster, and a damn good one at that.


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I'm a weather forecaster, and a damn good one at that.
Forecast some rain for AZ. 122 days and counting not one drop.
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Old 02-22-2006, 01:24 AM   #14
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UPDATE:

Definitely got some fermentables out of this bugger. I took a gravity reading today and it is at 1.012 after 5 days. Guess I'll rack to secondary tomorrow morning and get teh 6 gallon carboy ready for brewday this Thursday. 06.06.06 baby!!!!!!!!!!!

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UPDATE:

Definitely got some fermentables out of this bugger. I took a gravity reading today and it is at 1.012 after 5 days. Guess I'll rack to secondary tomorrow morning and get teh 6 gallon carboy ready for brewday this Thursday. 06.06.06 baby!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm looking forward to how 06.06.06 turns out from all the brewers who try it. What a great idea!
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I'm looking forward to how 06.06.06 turns out from all the brewers who try it. What a great idea!
Why don't you brew it?
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Why don't you brew it?
Lifes short and that thread is waaaayyyy long. Have we summarized the grain bill on that bugger or do I have to read all 199+ posts
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Lifes short and that thread is waaaayyyy long. Have we summarized the grain bill on that bugger or do I have to read all 199+ posts
Final AG recipe is on page 15. Extract recipe on page 19.
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Why don't you brew it?
Seriously thinking about it if I can find the rye.
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Yep, if the iodine stays the proper color you are good to go.

Just FYI, 99% of the starches convert in the first 15 minutes of the mash. So the fact that your temp dropped 7 degrees in 90 minutes is no big deal. It should come out jussssssst fine.

I've noticed my iodine regent going dark red (not black) on malt thats high in simple sugars. Also recall that from some high school chemistry.

BTW, I always use iodine to grade my mash... I would be blind without it.


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