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Old 01-25-2014, 03:57 PM   #11
Life gets in the way of brewing way too much!!!
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Originally Posted by mattbeer View Post
I built the burner stand on threaded rod so it's adjustable. I prob won't brew until the spring, so we will c how it works then. Attachment 174621Attachment 174622
I'm impressed!!!

Originally Posted by LabRatBrewer View Post
I think I'd pass on that batch. (thats not how I was taught to sparge) :mug:
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