Originally Posted by RM-MN
However, in my defense it was in the teens yesterday with winds of 15 to 25. When I tried to brew outdoors in that temp and wind my turkey fryer couldn't even maintain the temp, let alone trying to raise it to a boil.
I live in Phoenix. What does it mean for temps to be in the teens? Hmm. Never heard of that.....
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