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Posted in thread: High Pressure LP regulator? on 04-12-2008 at 10:27 PM
I will be very interested to see the results.I recently purchased the big banjo burner and
except for vastly improving the roiling boil, it doesn't seem to heat the water any faster.
Posted in thread: opinions on star-san's pH stabilizer? on 04-12-2008 at 10:18 PM
Listen to WBC, he has it right on the mark.It is the PH of the MASH not the water!5.2 may not
hurt anything, but if you don't need it save the money for things you do need.
Posted in thread: Junk Efficiency With Keg Setup - Need Help on 04-10-2008 at 10:37 PM
I use a converted keg for mashing with a Sabco false bottom. It is hinged in the middle and the
dip tube goes through that to nearly the bottom of the keg. The drain valve is about 4 inches
above the ...
Posted in thread: Need help interpretting water report on 04-09-2008 at 07:20 PM
You can't get to where you want to be till you know where that is.Find out what the water needs
to be for the beer you want to brew. Use the info in Palmers book to determine what you need to
do to mo...
Posted in thread: Water Chemical Makeup vs. PH on 04-08-2008 at 08:34 PM
One thing I see in your report you do need to address is the chlorine.You need to filter your
water through a charcoal filter to take care of that, then it looks like you are good to go
with just abou...
Posted in thread: Yeast Turds? on 12-01-2007 at 01:35 AM
Just a thought here...Could it be scorching from the bottom of the flask?
Posted in thread: My homebrew stirplate on 11-19-2007 at 04:39 AM
I have built several of these and may have the solution to your problem or maybe problems.1.
You need fairly powerful magnets, the little round disks R Shack sells will work but I had to
have four on ...
Posted in thread: Water Profile and My Harsh Tasteing First AG on 11-10-2007 at 01:16 AM
Got Trub is right on the mark! The PH of your water is not the most relevant factor. It is the
PH of the mash itself. The addition of grains, especially the darker grains will reduce the PH
of the mas...
Posted in thread: moving up to 10 gall AG on 10-30-2007 at 02:38 AM
I recently moved up to ten gallon batches too.I have a converted keg for a boil pot and also
one for the MT.The keg is just big enough for a ten gallon batch. You will most likely be
boiling 12 or 13 ...
Posted in thread: Howdy from Oklahoma! on 10-21-2007 at 04:52 AM
I've been doing all grain for the last several batches but like most started with extract. I
surely don't consider myself a brew guru but if I can help let me know.Darrell