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Posted in thread: Propane or Electric on 05-07-2009 at 04:44 AM
The cord I bought was a 15' cord that has an inline GFCI, it is a very beefy cord. Kal bought
one as well.Any chance you have pictures of said inline GFCI? I wonder if an inline GFCI could
be safely u...
Posted in thread: The POLs E-HERMS System Videos (how it was built) on 04-21-2009 at 06:04 PM
I have my "no chill" article and instructions coming along as well. Obviously the article is
not complete until the beer is tapped, a few weeks. Sorry for the delays, it is all coming, it
just needs t...
Posted in thread: Cask Conditioning Homebrew on 03-12-2009 at 05:56 PM
"Cask means container. The word comes from the Spanish cáscara which means tree bark, in the
sense that the bark surrounds and holds the tree in the way that a cask surrounds and holds the
Posted in thread: Cask Conditioning Homebrew on 03-10-2009 at 09:13 PM
Casara being the spanish word for bark (like from a tree) it should be fitting that a Cask is
made of wood, since Cask is derived from Casara. /Elitist comment..."Corteza" is the spanish
word for "ba...
Posted in thread: Tried Brew-In-A-Bag tonight, got bad efficiency: 1.034 instead of 1.054 on 03-10-2009 at 12:39 AM
Hi Picobrew, I think you will benefit from reading this thread: (which includes an all-grain
2.5-gal. recipe of an American Wheat). I hit 75% as the final gravity, and that batch was
delicious. I wi...
Posted in thread: popcorn popper for roasting barley on 03-06-2009 at 03:45 AM
When I roasted for home use I used a Stir Crazy Popcorn popper bottom and Convection Oven for
the a top (SC/CO coffee roaster.) 1 lb at a time. Perfect temp control, curve, and profile.
Very close to ...
Posted in thread: using electric on 03-05-2009 at 09:45 PM
Keep an eye on eBay for one of these immersion heaters. I picked this one up for the minimum
bid of 99 cents (plus shipping.) 3000W / 240 volts with temperature control! do you plan to
install this ...
Posted in thread: Cask Conditioning Homebrew on 03-05-2009 at 09:39 PM
I naturally carb in a keg then hook it up to my DIY beer engine: that is nice beer engine.
Could you please post this same picture (or other pics, if you have more) to this thread: ?
It will benef...
Posted in thread: [Not a] Bike Pump Keg [Evolution] on 03-04-2009 at 09:11 PM
I have just confirmed as many before me have, that a 5 gallon water bottle will not hold
suitable pressure for use as a keg. The lid had no seal at all, after wrapping the threads in
threading tape it...
Posted in thread: New BYO Aussi brewing article on 03-03-2009 at 05:26 PM
I pulled the bag out and let it drip for a minute and then put it in another SS pot I have (a
cheap, very cheap, 5 gallon one). While I was getting the main pot to a boil, I could hold the
bag over th...