Last Activity:04-11-2015 12:00 PM
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Posted in thread: How long can I force carb a keg? on 04-11-2015 at 04:54 PM
Yep you are describing the set and forget method of force carbing - as mentioned you set the
temp and pressure to your desired carb level and leave it for the duration. You will never
overcarb this wa...
Posted in thread: CPVC Manifold questions on 03-09-2015 at 10:19 PM
Band saw is what you really really want.+1. I did mine with a bench vise and a hacksaw, it's
always a pain in the shoulder. Literally. :)I also did not glue this one together (my last one
I did) just ...
Posted in thread: This dude says vorlauf strips lipids and should not be done. on 03-01-2015 at 03:41 AM
First things first: This blog post is five years old, and it popped up for debate back when it
was written. I'll still throw in my thoughts. How big do we think lipids are that they're
going to get s...
Posted in thread: What to do with a 15.5 sanke keg? on 02-13-2015 at 08:25 PM
You could build a spunding valve and ferment under pressure.
Posted in thread: New Brew Software! on 02-13-2015 at 08:17 PM
I'm happy to take a look. I'm all about the numbers and the brew day process, so I'd love to
have a go. PM me if you wish.
Posted in thread: Bursting bottles: Urban Legend or yeah, it can happen? on 01-16-2015 at 09:29 PM
I've had one batch throw a couple of bombs (literally exploded) but at least they were in
cardboard boxes in the laundry room. Heard a few pops during the night that sounded not quite
like breaking gl...
Posted in thread: BrewPi - using the new "Spark Core and Photon" on 01-16-2015 at 04:20 AM
Try the BrewPi Blog:
Posted in thread: help with what PID to use! on 01-09-2015 at 08:27 PM
Most everybody ends up with either the TA4 (no manual mode) or TD4 (has manual mode), or a
Auber equivalent. There are some other parallels as well like the REX C100, but I think you're
best off decid...
Posted in thread: SSR, Heatsink and Thermal Grease Question on 01-08-2015 at 04:02 PM
Hmm, you'll get some thermal transfer, but a big ol' glob of grease isn't actually very
effective and will probably end up just making a mess. I'd do a thin layer on the heatsink like
you would on a C...
Posted in thread: Camco 5500W ULDW Scorched Back to Back Brews on 01-07-2015 at 09:07 PM
I'm dying to know the MODEL NUMBER of the element. Several times the OP mentioned he polished
it up until it was "shiny". My Camco 5500w ripple element, 02962/02963, is dull gray. It was
never shiny. ...