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Posted in thread: Figuring out gravity when adding juice on 03-04-2015 at 07:07 PM
Just multiply the points times the gallons to get total points, then divide by the total volume
to get a weighted average.[*]1 x 1.3356 = 3356 points from the juice[*]5 x 1.000 = 0 points
from the wat...
Posted in thread: Brewmasters Warehouse on 03-04-2015 at 06:24 PM
should have it available if you select the grain. I haven't used them before, but I know they
fulfill custom orders.thanks-Not sure how I missed the RiteBrew setup on their site...I think
that is ac...
Posted in thread: Countertop Brutus 20 on 03-04-2015 at 06:12 PM
Good luck with the career change. I'd drink all the profits:) I went back to BIAB and used my
Countertop Brutus knowledge to build this. I did a Boddington this last weekend and got 84%
Posted in thread: Fermentation chamber with multiple compressors? on 03-04-2015 at 06:10 PM
Time for some thread necromancy! Just an update, I still use this thing, although it's in my
garage now and only good for ales. I have a chest freezer on a temperature controller that I
also use, and ...
Posted in thread: Brewmasters Warehouse on 03-03-2015 at 07:07 PM
Ritebrew and Keystone do this.I checked both and neither seem to do the custom recipe packing
nor do they have a place to store saved recipes. Where did you see that they do this?
Posted in thread: Construct a dry food grade pH buffer on 03-03-2015 at 04:16 PM
I haven't done much with water chemistry in my brewing, but my impression was that water
adjustments are made to hit a particular style (e.g. "Burtonized" water for English pale
ales/IPAs) or to fix a...
Posted in thread: Construct a dry food grade pH buffer on 03-02-2015 at 06:59 PM
Seriously, though, if I can be for a minute or two, check the ingredients in these packets:
phosphate buffers, gypsum, calcium chloride, epsom salts, bicarbonate and carbonate. It is well
known (or I ...
Posted in thread: Construct a dry food grade pH buffer on 03-02-2015 at 04:50 PM
I'm referring to a food grade magic buffer pouch that I can add to my mash to buffer it at the
desired pH. One company has dry ones based on LoviBond. people report that the 5.2 mash
Posted in thread: has anyone tried sodastream on 03-02-2015 at 04:46 PM
I would not recommend carbonating liquids other than plain water with a sodastream. Carbonating
tends to agitate the liquid, causing it to splash up and around the working parts of the SS.
Posted in thread: Kegerator/Fermentation Chamber on 03-02-2015 at 02:06 PM
When fermenting lagers I actually put them in the freezer side so they are in the high 30's or
low 40's. I generally use the fridge side for storing bottles but have used it to ferment in
the summer a...