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07-08-2008

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    ABOUT ME

  • Longmont, CO (Northeast of Boulder)
  • Computer Programming
  • JT
  • Reeses Porter
    Holiday Ale
  • [Nothing at the moment, sadly]
  • Courage's Best Clone
    Chocolate Oatmeal Stout
  • English Brown Ale
  • Male
  • Married

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Too long in bottles...... on 08-12-2008 at 04:51 AM
    Calling a major foul on this one. We don't call anyone names here.Touche. I'll sit in the
    penalty box for that one. But I don't appreciate having my patriotism questioned, or people
    freaking out over ...

  • Posted in thread: Too long in bottles...... on 08-12-2008 at 04:16 AM
    Boy You're going to be the most popular kid on the block.And somehow you've managed to remain
    popular, despite your mouth - wow! Seriously man, I didn't intend to offend. Take a few deep
    breaths. Rela...

  • Posted in thread: Too long in bottles...... on 08-12-2008 at 03:33 AM
    I beg to differ. A chapter in Brew Your Own British Real Ale at Home specifically says priming
    is unnecessary, a tool used by major brewers who need to get their beer to market faster or
    impatient hom...

  • Posted in thread: Putting My CO2 Regulator Back Together... on 08-11-2008 at 08:41 PM
    I did find it, it had rolled under the Keezer. But it doesn't seem to matter anyway.
    Disconnected, my high pressure gauge reads 800. Hmm...Sigh. Anyone know where you can get a
    high pressure gauge? Lo...

  • Posted in thread: Putting My CO2 Regulator Back Together... on 08-11-2008 at 08:09 PM
    Umm, yeah... Thing is, I can't seem to locate the thing-a-ma-bob. So now I'm afraid I'm
    screwed. I'll keep looking :)

  • Posted in thread: Putting My CO2 Regulator Back Together... on 08-11-2008 at 06:28 PM
    I got a secondary regulator today, so I turned off the gas and disconnected my primary. I
    removed the high pressure gauge, and I'm all set to daisy chain the secondary to my primary,
    when I realized o...

  • Posted in thread: Beer/Gas Line Question on 08-01-2008 at 04:21 PM
    should be (L = (P - (H * .5) - 1) / R)Right, right, I just typed it wrong - you are correct,
    though! I did run it correctly myself, and came out with 2 PSI at the faucet. Which should be
    ok, I would h...

  • Posted in thread: Beer/Gas Line Question on 08-01-2008 at 05:54 AM
    Oh and also, I keep my beers at 40 deg and use 10 PSI. So that helps. If I plug those numbers
    into the formula (L = P - (H * .5) - 1 / R) with a length (L) = 10', pressure (P) = 10 PSI,
    height to fauc...

  • Posted in thread: Beer/Gas Line Question on 08-01-2008 at 05:48 AM
    Are those threaded fittings or barbed fittings.Barbed. I did end up finding 1/4" ID braided
    reinforced vinyl tubing at Home Depot that is apparently (according to the box) specifically
    for "beverage l...

  • Posted in thread: Beer/Gas Line Question on 07-31-2008 at 08:08 PM
    If you use 1/4" ID, you'll need like 18 feet per line. Just order the correct 3/16th
    line.According to the formula here ( I need about 11 feet - I think 18 would be a little
    excessive :)But I probabl...

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