Last Activity:09-25-2010 4:01 PM
Posted in thread: lautering flow rate on 09-25-2010 at 09:01 PM
Are you looking to 'control' or 'measure' the rate?I measure my rate of fly sparging and then
manually adjust the outlet valve to control it. The scale measures weight and transmits this to
the RS232 ...
Posted in thread: Keggle MLT Question/Comment on 03-10-2009 at 01:38 AM
how I do it! I can tweak strike temps, do step decoctions and raise to mash out temps without
ever adding hot water or using direct flames. Usually I just do single step mashing but I
always raise t...
Posted in thread: All Grain Time Management on 12-23-2008 at 11:18 AM
I'm trying to lower my typican NINE hour brew days. I think to lower my times I need more
powerful burners to get the waters and wort to boiling temperatures faster and also I need a
counter flow chil...
Posted in thread: Ultra Flow vs. Perlick SS on 07-21-2006 at 04:42 PM
I see you have already ordered per above posts but to throw in my 2 cents... I was concerned
with Ultra Flow and their ability to provide repair parts in the future since they were having
so many prob...
Posted in thread: Ventmatic (or any) faucet cleaning on 07-10-2006 at 02:51 AM
I take mine completely apart to clean them. If you are getting a drip then you should run a
pipe cleaner through it to make sure there is nothing on the sealing surface and also, take the
oring off (t...
Posted in thread: Moving to a location near you! on 06-10-2006 at 02:41 PM
Not quite an introduction as it is an announcement...Well, I did it! I finally got out of
hicksville and on to Huntsville!I am moving from Dyersburg TN to Huntsville AL. and would
really like to meet ...
Posted in thread: Mash tun with auto-stirring on 06-10-2006 at 02:32 PM
In my case, I use a steam ring at the bottom of my MLT for step infusions. Stirring helps make
consistent temperature through the mash. During the rest at 168f, no stirring is done and the
bed has tim...
Posted in thread: Does force carbonating affect taste? on 06-10-2006 at 02:10 PM
There are also benefits of natural carbonation (though most of these apply to using a kraeusen
technique):- O2 is scrubbed from the beer and container- off-flavors can be reduced by yeast
Posted in thread: If you can, keg instead of bottle! on 06-10-2006 at 01:58 PM
Iv'e now been drinking off of two different kegs in my kegerator for a couple of weeks now...
well, back to the thread's title... If you can, keg instead of bottle!Many good points brought
up about bo...
Posted in thread: how leaky is too leaky.. on 06-10-2006 at 01:48 PM
Replace the o-ring! With o-ring seals, you should not have to go very tight in order to get a
perfect seal. As a matter of fact, o-rings are easily damaged by over tightening and that is
one of the mo...