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Posted in thread: regulator got wet/submerged on 09-28-2014 at 04:40 PM
Hi folks.I have a canvas bag that I use to carry around my tapping stuff (hoses fittings, etc).
One way or another this bag wound up in a tub of ice water. Unfortunately I had a regulator in
the bag t...
Posted in thread: plate heat exchanger brand for industry on 10-08-2013 at 12:54 AM
The exchanger in the pic is about the size of some of the smaller ones we have at work.Not sure
what you're wanting to know OP. where I work they have Tranter heat exchangers. They seem quite
Posted in thread: Sparging with DME on 06-02-2012 at 04:40 AM
No sense in confusing the issue with all-grain discussion.The important thing to figure out is
what recipe the OP is attempting to follow, and what ingredients he has on hand.A very basic
Posted in thread: Wyeast budvar lager.. on 05-26-2012 at 05:27 PM
absolutely. Not sure about the specifics for that particular strain, but I believe most lager
yeast ferments best in the 10-15c range. 20c is pretty warm and might cause the yeast to
Posted in thread: Dealing with ash after boiling on 12-09-2011 at 05:07 PM
Yellow flames and soot means you're running too rich: not enough air for the amount of fuel.
Having the pot in place is good for optimizing the flame, but generally it shouldn't matter too
much. Open ...
Posted in thread: Brewpub Legality Question on 10-29-2011 at 08:52 PM
Just found this.
fI hate lawyer speak (no offense to anyone who is a laywer, but come on!!). Am I to beli...
Posted in thread: What's up with Nottingham dry yeast new price? on 10-27-2011 at 03:38 AM
Seems all (both?) the big dry yeast producers have jacked up their prices. Was at the LHBS
recently and they had w-34/70 priced at almost seven bucks a packet! Are you kidding me? Seems
that its still...
Posted in thread: Who Refills Your CO2 Tank? (not your LHBS?) on 10-20-2011 at 12:33 PM
Rockford Fire and Safety in Rockford, IL beat out the area's large welding and gas supplier.
Got my 4 pound tank filled for 10 bucks. 20 pound tank was 24 bucks to certify and 16 to fill.
Posted in thread: 15 gallon plastic kegs? on 10-14-2011 at 09:00 AM
I gotta think he's talking about your typical blue plastic 55 gallon drum, rather than what we
would consider a "keg".I recently grabbed 3 from work that contained NSF grade anti-foaming
Posted in thread: Going against the grain. on 10-14-2011 at 06:49 AM
You guys ain't got nothin!I secondary the vast majority of my beers! :p ;)Also don't use a
hydrometer a lot of the time.