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Old 08-06-2008, 04:37 AM   #11
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You beat me to it Bobby, I was going to say "Step 10: Get your hair cut!"

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Hey - I love the hair! if he was fat would you comment on how fat he was? What's the difference .

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Old 08-06-2008, 05:01 AM   #13
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Chillax dude, I'm sure deathbrewer can handle a good natured ribbing on his socially rebellious fashion statement.

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I'm not sure what kind of mood I was in last night. I knew lots of kidding was going on but for some reason since I had . . . odd hair . . .(frizzy afro thing in my youth) I felt the need to defend.

I think I was having a flash back from the 70s LOL

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Old 08-06-2008, 12:47 PM   #15
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The only critique/comment I might add is that there may be a benefit, and maybe even 5% mash efficiency or so, in leaving your grain bag in the sparge kettle for 10 - 15 minutes, giving it a few stirs, and then tea bagging for a few minutes....

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Wicked-Sick write up! You should definately keep rockin' your man mane . I'm sure with this write-up many extract brewers will "cut their cord" and soon venture to AG.

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The only critique/comment I might add is that there may be a benefit, and maybe even 5% mash efficiency or so, in leaving your grain bag in the sparge kettle for 10 - 15 minutes, giving it a few stirs, and then tea bagging for a few minutes....
good point...I think this would definitely help with efficiency. as i said, i'm always trying to speed the process up, not necessarily save money. i may try this in the future, tho. if i can get upwards of 75% efficiency, it would be worth it, especially since that is what i get on my AG setup.

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Chillax dude, I'm sure deathbrewer can handle a good natured ribbing on his socially rebellious fashion statement.
i'm deeply hurt and offended, j/k

let's get things straight, tho...i'm no hippie

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Why so slow on the cold break. Why not add the ice right off the bat. I can get from 212 to 110 in 15 minutes with ice water - then delute with 35 degree water to get to 65 degrees.
i find if i do this, i waste all my ice (i only use the 3 trays) and i end up having to drain the water several more times and it takes longer. the water i use to dilute is about 55°F. i would probably use boiled water and stick it in the freezer, if it wasn't full of hops
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i find if i do this, i waste all my ice (i only use the 3 trays) and i end up having to drain the water several more times and it takes longer.
AHH - I forgot what it's like to be a NOT be a hippie and NOT have a big ass freezer!!

The weird thing about getting older - your brain tells you you are NOT getting older . . . it's your body that is telling you that a 54 year old will feel more pain after playing Ultimate Frisbee then a 25 year old.

OK - sorry - OT!!
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DB - Thanks for taking the time to do this. It has cleared up some questions I had and helped a great deal!

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Chillax dude, I'm sure deathbrewer can handle a good natured ribbing on his socially rebellious fashion statement.

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Umm...that pic friggin' rocks! Bobby, you need to use it on a label.

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