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  • Posted in thread: Wedding Gift: All Grain Equipment on 09-22-2014 at 12:24 AM
    Rather than a racking cane I'd include an auto-syphon - lots of uses and so much easier that
    starting a regular syphon.I have gotten lazy with my terminology: I only ever use an auto
    siphon and that i...

  • Posted in thread: Wedding Gift: All Grain Equipment on 09-21-2014 at 07:26 PM
    If you want it to be all inclusive then a racking cane and capper are pretty vital. Other than
    that I think you are on the right track.Actually... one more question:It's been a very long
    time since I ...

  • Posted in thread: Wedding Gift: All Grain Equipment on 09-21-2014 at 07:16 PM
    If you want it to be all inclusive then a racking cane and capper are pretty vital. Other than
    that I think you are on the right track.You are so right, I forgot all about those two items.
    thanks!

  • Posted in thread: Wedding Gift: All Grain Equipment on 09-21-2014 at 06:54 PM
    I am going to a wedding of a friend and band mate who works for a beer distributor. He himself
    is into craft beer and has gone to one of those places that will help you brew 15 gallons of
    whatever bee...

  • Posted in thread: Looking for flame resistant insulation materials: on 09-19-2014 at 01:36 AM
    Yeah, good stuff, for its intended applications. I used a 3000 F (1650 C) version for a small
    gas fired lab furnace. But, it is crumbly if handled too much. Building an easy to use, and
    remove, shell ...

  • Posted in thread: Looking for flame resistant insulation materials: on 09-18-2014 at 02:07 AM
    We have that brick in our heat treat ovens here @ work, and we call it "fire brick",
    lightweight, easy to cut, and messy.Fire brick, huh? You have interested the OP.

  • Posted in thread: Ever see this after pitching your starter?? on 09-18-2014 at 02:04 AM
    I have had a similar looking thing happen in a beer with 33 percent rye... it was merely a
    density thing combined with a high protein beer that marked the density segregation.

  • Posted in thread: Open fermentation in a plastic DIY Coolship on 09-18-2014 at 01:21 AM
    I have that book, and like I said I'm skeptical that it translates to homebrew scale. I haven't
    done the calculations, but I doubt that the height of 5 gallons in a slim cornelius keg (that's
    not pres...

  • Posted in thread: Open fermentation in a plastic DIY Coolship on 09-17-2014 at 02:42 AM
    I'm skeptical that differences in surface area at this scale really makes any difference,
    whether contact with flocced yeast or exposure to air (which shouldn't really be happening
    after CO2 productio...

  • Posted in thread: Abv math on applejack on 09-17-2014 at 02:38 AM
    The Method:Calculate post fermentation alcohol by volume using the gravity readings.Measure the
    water volume removed via iceMeasure the apple jack volume after removing iceMultiply the total
    volume by...

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May 21, 2013  •  04:18 PM
Do you happen to be from Michigan? Perhaps Lake Orion? I once had a patient named Don Sorenson years ago, who brewed beer. At one time he brought me in one of his beers called Sorenson's Swill. Just checking to see if it was you.....if not, sorry about that!
 
Posted: 
June 10, 2013  •  08:58 PM
@Hoppopotomus actually my first name is Dan and I'm from Connecticut, but all Sorensons like name recognition!
 
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