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Posted in thread: Wtf? $747! on 10-04-2007 at 11:53 PM
Didn't Edwort just pick one of those up with a ton of other stuff not to long ago. I think he
paid ony $125
Posted in thread: Let's talk ipods... on 10-04-2007 at 11:50 PM
I bought an iphone about a month ago. As for the music/video/wi-fi capabilities....I love it.
Still a little torn on the AT&T-phone-messaging capabilities. My music library is over 80G now
and I purch...
Posted in thread: What do do about a new pot? on 10-04-2007 at 11:43 PM
Yeah...how would one go about cutting the top out?My first choice would be my plasma cutter.
Although I really do not have to much experience with it, I might make a mess. Some friends of
mine use the...
Posted in thread: What do do about a new pot? on 10-04-2007 at 09:17 PM
They're cheap, virtually indestructable, and hold 15.5 gals. Turning one into a kettle with a
ball valve and pickup tube is really easy. Now, someone will mention the stolen keg thing. Just
make sure ...
Posted in thread: What do do about a new pot? on 10-04-2007 at 09:07 PM
As I brew today, I am sick of my old pot. I have been shopping around for a new SST pot.
Currently I have been doing partial boils but have all equipement to do full boils/all grain
but the pot. So lo...
Posted in thread: Brew #... um.... six? seven? on 10-04-2007 at 12:02 AM
I did the chiller first which really helped with my partial boils. The chiller will improve
your beers and set you up for the next step. Now that I am at full boil/partial mash, I am
always good to go...
Posted in thread: Cornelius Queries on 09-02-2007 at 08:04 PM
/rant It drives me crazy to order kegs online because the F#$%in shipping doubles the cost of
the kegs...It drives me crazy. It seems like I have shipped larger stuff for cheaper then what
Posted in thread: Major blowoff on my hefewiezen??? on 09-02-2007 at 06:14 PM
That is pretty normal for a hefe yeast. If you don't have a blow off tube then I guess you will
just have to keep a close eye on it while it runs it's course. I generally will not use a
starter for he...
Posted in thread: Help avoiding **MASSIVE** beer explosions! on 09-02-2007 at 06:04 PM
Yeah, try to primary in 6 or even 6.5 gallon glass carboys. I use a 6 gallon with a blow-off
tube.\ You have it right. I use a 6/5gal glass carboy with a blow off tube. Since I have been
running with ...
Posted in thread: HOORAY for New Belgium!! on 08-24-2007 at 01:38 AM
They just released their new seasonal, called Mothership Wit, an organic belgian witbier, i'll
try it soon.Can't wait to see it. I am waiting for the annual Tour De Fat bike festival they
put on. Will...
On Deck -
Primary1 -Hop Knot 10/04/07
Tap1 - Kelly's Rasberry Cream Ale 7/11/07
Tap2 - Black Stap Porter (8/25/07)
Tap3 - Hefeweizen 7/05/07
Waiting for tap\Conditioning
- How do you guys keep people from taking your good beer at parties?
- Did I lose this batch of beer?
- Closed-system pressurized fermentation technique!
- My Hops Garden Project
- Brewing with maple sap?
- Glass carboy vs. plastic bucket
- A NON-High Gravity beer that won't carbonate
- Yet another keezer build
- So, I looked at my morebeer.com order history...
- DFW - Brew Riot 2013
- Super Kleer after Isinglass?