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  • Posted in thread: Draft line balancing act.... on 12-01-2016 at 03:37 AM
    ok, what can I say? I can only speak from my experiences. I spent a long time fiddling with my
    system until I came across the Flo-Gates and they were the only thing that worked for me. I
    don't see the...

  • Posted in thread: Draft line balancing act.... on 11-30-2016 at 07:38 PM
    Getting a little rude here, but I don't just think, I experienced it. A few posts back I wrote
    how I installed 25-30 feet of beer line and tested it. The beer was still flowing out way too
    fast to kee...

  • Posted in thread: Draft line balancing act.... on 11-30-2016 at 03:50 PM
    Sure, no worries. But 12 psi is a far cry away from 18 psi. I guess you could say the longer
    beer line approach works *up to* a certain psi as higher pressures just overwhelm the
    resistance force. But...

  • Posted in thread: Draft line balancing act.... on 11-30-2016 at 02:18 PM
    I can appreciate all that you are saying. I used the word normal because this is a homebrew
    forum, not a pro brew forum. Yes, most homebrewers use 5-6 ft lines and carb 10psi or under.
    Because that is...

  • Posted in thread: Mash out necessary or not? on 11-30-2016 at 02:01 PM
    Wasn't the efficiency aspect of that pretty much debunked?Cheers!I was thinking more along the
    lines of stuck sparges. Probably does not come into play with IPAs etc... but might with wheat
    beers or o...

  • Posted in thread: Draft line balancing act.... on 11-30-2016 at 05:21 AM
    In my experience, longer lines are not the answer if you want to go over the normal 8-10 psi
    serving pressure. I have tried it and as stated, it just does not slow the speed of the beer
    down which is ...

  • Posted in thread: Mash out necessary or not? on 11-30-2016 at 05:13 AM
    Mash out does make the runnings a bit thinner which helps with the overall lauter. There is a
    sound reason why mash outs exist. You can get away without doing one as well as a lot of things
    in homebre...

  • Posted in thread: NEW Conical Fermenter - The Catalyst: 3" Butterfly valve, Mason jar compatible... on 11-25-2016 at 04:08 AM
    Low Dissolved Oxygen.This is HSA taken to the extreme. The premise is that oxidation of the
    malt apparently happens very quickly. So quickly that people think it is myth because most all
    beers have it...

  • Posted in thread: Omegaette pH meter clone? on 11-23-2016 at 01:51 PM
    Here is the same meter with a different name on Amazon for
    $109https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01EY735I8/ref=s9_simh_gw_g328_i1_r?ie=UTF8&fpl=fresh&pf_
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  • Posted in thread: MW102 - Use for Mash Temp? on 11-23-2016 at 12:03 AM
    Hello,I am considering a Ph meter and noticed the MW102 model has a temperature probe. For the
    owners of this meter, would I be able to use the temp probe as a mash thermometer as well?In
    other words,...

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