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Posted in thread: Acquired a Control Panel- Need Help on 07-13-2015 at 02:36 PM
Hello All- I recently acquired a Control Panel in a trade and am thinking about building a
HERMS system for my shop. I currently run all propane single tier with 2 march 809's, but would
like to be ab...
Posted in thread: FS : 2x March 815-PL Pumps on 07-11-2015 at 02:19 PM
I am very interested in these. PM me and let's talk. Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
Posted in thread: 8 Gallon Heavy Duty Boil Kettle from Morebeer on 07-11-2015 at 02:15 PM
Is this still available? I am interested and in Hendersonville. Sent from my iPhone using Home
Posted in thread: Sorghum, Millet help in Beer smith on 04-15-2014 at 12:16 AM
For pale malt figure 2-3 SRM and 60 DP. SG will vary depending on many factors. Sent from my
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Posted in thread: Dialing in the Millet Mash on 04-07-2014 at 11:05 AM
Ig-What is your sac test at? Are you varying it at all to adjust for attenuation?Sent from my
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Posted in thread: Dialing in the Millet Mash on 04-06-2014 at 04:06 AM
Chris-Preboil was 5.5 g at 1.028. I boiled inside so only had about 10% loss from boil. The
beer blazed it's way through fermentation but only attenuated to 1.014. Tastes amazing though.
I did another...
Posted in thread: Dialing in the Millet Mash on 04-01-2014 at 07:17 AM
Just to throw some numbers in the heap, I brewed tonight and here are the results.10 lbs pale
malt produced 5 G of 1.032 wort post boil. No enzymes tonight. Used a 50-60-70 mash. Lautered
at 170.This ...
Posted in thread: Gluten Free Milk Stout Comments on Recipe please on 03-31-2014 at 01:26 AM
The lactose is what makes it a milk stout. Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew
Posted in thread: Dialing in the Millet Mash on 03-30-2014 at 04:19 PM
Theorhetically, mash temperatures only effect the enzymatic processes, not the grains. If the
grains are already malted, we need only focus on extracting and converting those starches. If
you add alph...
Posted in thread: low-carbohydrate the same as low gluten? on 03-18-2014 at 01:12 AM
Gravity is the concentration of sugars in the wort. Fermentation is converting those sugars to
alcohol. Sent from my iPhone using Home Brew