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Posted in thread: Kegerator experiences on 12-18-2014 at 06:44 PM
If they are going to give the full $1500, perhaps you should consider building a keezer and
putting a Johnson temperature controller in it. From what I have seen, a 7 cu ft chest freezer
will hold 4 b...
Posted in thread: Kegerator experiences on 12-18-2014 at 06:13 PM
Hi guys,I recently lost my Bev Air BM23 (along with the rest of my house) in a fire. My
insurance does not require I replace with the EXACT unit but I can replace with with a
similarly VALUED unit.For...
Posted in thread: How old is too old? on 05-13-2012 at 11:08 PM
This. Even 1 small scratch inside the bucket can ruin a entire batch.Thanks for the replies. On
closer inspection I did see a couple of gouges (probably from shoving the oversized top of my
Posted in thread: How old is too old? on 05-12-2012 at 07:07 PM
As long as they are not scrached on the inside they are good to go...Visible scratches, to the
naked eye or really small stuff too hard to see without aid? I don't see anything of note but
I'd hate to...
Posted in thread: How old is too old? on 05-12-2012 at 06:25 PM
I have some older plastic 5 gal fermenters, maybe 4-5 years old. Battle worn but still worthy,
maybe. Permanent stains from idophor and beer with the occasional krausen stains that I can't
seem to get...
Posted in thread: Pitching on top on 05-12-2012 at 04:33 PM
The reason for that is of you Have yeast/ turb from a stout and pitched a pale ale on that you
will get coloring and flavoring from the leftover stout turb. The other way around is not
nearly as big a...
Posted in thread: Pitching on top on 05-12-2012 at 03:40 PM
I thought I had read somewhere on here that dumping wort on top of the trub of an fresh batch
is fine, in fact I've been doing it off an on for about a year now. Somewhere I recall someone
Posted in thread: Black spots on 02-08-2012 at 03:55 PM
I have regularly noticed when sanitizing my fermenting vessels (in particular white ones) that
after 15 minutes or so that containers that were once pristine take in these random block spots
Posted in thread: Notty hydration ? on 01-06-2012 at 02:02 AM
Wow, I totally missed that somewhere. I'm glad you guys steered me the right direction in the
nick of time. The starter is literally cooling as I write. I've just made a habit out of making
Posted in thread: Notty hydration ? on 01-06-2012 at 01:36 AM
I'm making a starter tonight for some Notty. The pack states the importance of hydrating the
yeast with water before pitching but it occurred to me why can't I skip the hydration step and
pour the dry...