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Posted in thread: St Fuad's Irish Red on 08-19-2012 at 04:17 PM
Rebrewing this today as I restart my all grain finally. Really looking forward as I got to
drink so little of it last time!
Posted in thread: St Fuad's Irish Red on 10-16-2010 at 08:21 PM
Very interested in your rating since your numbers indicate you nailed it.I'd rate it pretty
highly and a crowd pleaser. I had a small party the weekend following that post. The day after
I went to bot...
Posted in thread: St Fuad's Irish Red on 05-11-2010 at 02:29 PM
Will do as soon as I get it carbed and start bottling, which should be some time this weekend.
I will agree with you based on what I saw. The color did not seem to be all that "ruby red" but
Posted in thread: St Fuad's Irish Red on 05-11-2010 at 03:18 AM
went into the keg today. On paper, this beer went as close to the recipe's numbers as I can
get. I'll crash cool and carb this week, posting thoughts at some point.
Posted in thread: St Fuad's Irish Red on 05-03-2010 at 03:13 PM
Brewed about 3 weeks ago, hitting every number and mashing at ~156F. Except for a minor hop
stoppage(which is leading me to avoid the 2x 90" bends I use), the brew day went perfect.
Fermented @ 63F fo...
Posted in thread: Using copper tubing for propane lines on 04-19-2010 at 08:20 PM
Add me as another copper-PIPE distribution for propane. I use Copper pipe to Copper NPT to gas
valve to Brass flare. to steel gas hose to the burner flare. I also used yellow gas thread tape
for the n...
Posted in thread: HLT/Keggle Heat-Shield on 04-19-2010 at 03:58 PM
Well, the new steel rivets worked fine. After the brew day, I think that the aluminum ones will
work fine as long as you don't put the keg under a large amount of intense heat, such as a
banjo burner ...
Posted in thread: HLT/Keggle Heat-Shield on 04-15-2010 at 10:33 PM
Just a quick note:I actually managed to MELT an aluminum rivet the other day when trying to
bring about 10 gallons of ground water to a boil. The inside of the keg apparently got way too
hot and lead ...
Posted in thread: Installing retaining ring on Sanke Keg on 04-01-2010 at 08:18 PM
I used to keep a tiny flat head around to do the removal part, but have since used a jeweler
multi-bit screwdriver that has the perfect thickness and width to work. I believe it's a
Posted in thread: Sanke Coupler Disassembly on 03-09-2010 at 11:00 PM
You can operate it just fine without the ball check in there. The only issue is that when
decouple from the keg, any fluid in the line can flow out thru the coupler and make a mess.
OT:I'm just glad t...