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Posted in thread: How tough are lagers to brew? on 05-09-2014 at 03:18 PM
Even though you have had plenty of responses in here. I just thought I'd let you know that I
made my first lager about 3 weeks ago (it is still lagering) after I found a cheap fridge and
made a temp c...
Posted in thread: Stc-1000+ on 04-17-2014 at 10:02 PM
The box is made by Hammond Canada, and it looks pretty much exactly the same as in my
renderings, I am basically using it upside down. It was ~$12.
Posted in thread: Stc-1000+ on 04-17-2014 at 09:04 PM
Thanks guys! The first switch is the main power to kill the entire box and the other two are
just auxiliaries for the two extra sockets on the back. I figured it might be useful in the
future, maybe t...
Posted in thread: Stc-1000+ on 04-17-2014 at 06:29 PM
Hey guys, just thought I'd drop this in here. If anyone wants a SolidWorks model of an
STC-1000, I spent the better part of yesterday planning out my box and got a little carried
away with details. I'...
Posted in thread: Stc-1000+ on 04-14-2014 at 06:47 PM
Hey guys, this is my first post in this thread.First off, I want to thank you, alphaomega, for
investing so much of your free time designing the code and then coming on here and helping
others fix and...
Posted in thread: Are there any hops you actually dislike? on 04-10-2014 at 08:08 PM
I made a terrible pale ale with Fuggles once. I wouldn't say I hate it, but it definitely has a
unique flavor that needs to be used carefully. I'm still looking for a commercial example which
Posted in thread: Tongue pucker-er on 03-18-2014 at 02:03 AM
Hmmmmm, definitely shouldn't be too dry at 1.016. As you said, maybe it was just green.
Posted in thread: New member, new brewer, first post on 03-15-2014 at 07:30 AM
I thought I'd add that you may have seen kits which told you to add large amounts of sugar
before primary. These kits are often referred to as 'kit and kilo'. The sugar added at primary
is used to ext...
Posted in thread: New member, new brewer, first post on 03-15-2014 at 07:20 AM
Yes, there is sugar in the wort before you begin fermentation, and in fact, there is quite a
bit of it. The primary fermentation is the step when the yeast consumes all of the available
Posted in thread: Tongue pucker-er on 03-15-2014 at 07:11 AM
What are your gravity readings?