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Posted in thread: Igloo vs Rubbermaid coolers on 12-03-2007 at 01:12 AM
I'm not sure a standard false bottom will fit in a rectangular cooler.you can of course use a
manifold oror some kind of bazooka arrangement.
Posted in thread: March Pump Problem on 11-23-2007 at 01:04 AM
I have a March pump which I purchased from Midwest Supplies. It works great once it gets
primed. I use it to pump hot wort through a counter flow cooler and into a corboy. The problem
I have I can't p...
Posted in thread: Kolsch on 10-19-2007 at 01:42 AM
I don't believe Kolsch is a lager. The recipe I follow calls for formenting at 55 to65F
Posted in thread: Grain Mill Heads Up! on 10-18-2007 at 07:58 PM
I went with Barley crusher. The price was good and I didn't have to buy adaptors to use wit an
electric drill or build a hopperfor grain. Works great and I think it is guaranteed forever.
Posted in thread: Kolsch on 10-18-2007 at 07:49 PM
I've brewed a number of different beers but kolsch is my favorite. I brewed 3 great batches
last winter, Fermentated in my basement @60F. I 'm brewing 3 batches now. My basement Temp is
68F. Maybe I s...
Posted in thread: Batch Sparging in a Nutshell? on 10-08-2007 at 01:48 PM
I''ve been fly sparging for a couple of years and want to try batch sparging. My grain bill is
as follows: 7lbs 2 row, 2lbs Wheat malt, .75lbs Munich malt, .25 lbs Crystal 10. To batch
sparge I was go...
Posted in thread: Why'd you pick the grain mill you did? on 10-02-2007 at 03:49 AM
I bought the Barley Crusher because it was the best bang for the buck. It works great with an
Posted in thread: Maltmill-Adjustable or Fixed? on 03-21-2007 at 09:59 PM
I recommend the Barley Crusher. It's has adjustible rollers, a hopper and a handle that you can
remove and use a electric drill to grind. It's also cheaper. Yes, I do adjust the rollers from
time to t...
Posted in thread: new rubbermaid 10 gallon on 03-17-2007 at 01:04 AM
There was a thread on this a couple of months ago so I rushed out to Home Depot in Mt.
Prospect, Ilinois and bought one for $39.99. They only had 2 in stock. I don't think they have
any left. You're l...
Posted in thread: Koelsch Recipe on 03-16-2007 at 12:34 AM
I ferment in a 61/2 gal corboy for about 1 week in my basement at 60F. Then I transfer to a
5gal corboy for about 2 weeks, then I bottle.I've brewed about a dozen different ales and I
like the Kolsch ...