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Posted in thread: Super Simple 15G Plastic Conical on 05-17-2013 at 07:46 PM
I purchased from rural king on 3/20 and received on 5/1. 6 weeks to the day; they quoted up to
8 weeks. I got the 2" MNPT instead of the standard 1.5 FNPT, but they told me it would be the
same lead t...
Posted in thread: Fermentation chamber moisture buildup on 05-04-2013 at 12:40 AM
So is anybody able to explain the condensation build up in freezer-type fermentation
chambers??Why does this happen to the freezer-types moreso than the fridge-types??And if one
can keep the condensat...
Posted in thread: Fermentation chamber moisture buildup on 05-01-2013 at 02:08 AM
I actually came here to post about this very issue.I have not purchases a fridge or freezer
yet, but I've heard from others about this condensation issue in freezers.I was leaning toward
the freezer, ...
Posted in thread: Are "supporting members" able to edit their old posts? on 04-28-2013 at 07:33 PM
Posted in thread: Is there a particular reason that I cannot edit my old posts?? on 04-27-2013 at 04:34 PM
There's no reason to bring feelings or opinions into this, Pappers. I'm just trying to figure
out any logical reason for not allowing people to edit their original post to add new
information, make co...
Posted in thread: Is there a particular reason that I cannot edit my old posts?? on 04-27-2013 at 07:37 AM
That's an incredible answer, from some unimaginable place of the mind that I cannot fathom.So
how was Squeeky able to edit his post? Did he do that himself, because he is a "Supporting
Member"? Or did...
Posted in thread: Is there a particular reason that I cannot edit my old posts?? on 04-25-2013 at 07:28 PM
My question is "WHY is there a time limit on editing?". I don't understand why some forums do
that. What's the benefit??It's rather difficult for me to send you a large update to some of my
notes, as ...
Posted in thread: Is there a particular reason that I cannot edit my old posts?? on 04-24-2013 at 05:53 AM
Take the two threads I link to in my sig. I would really enjoy the ability to edit these as I
find the time. Oh... like right now for example.What gives??
Posted in thread: At what point should a microbrewery worry about overpitching?? on 04-17-2013 at 03:30 AM
Based on the words exchanged, I could have sworn they said something like "re-use" and then
jumped to how the wort is shot up thru the bottom to mix the yeast. But I guess that still
doesn't preclude ...
Posted in thread: At what point should a microbrewery worry about overpitching?? on 04-16-2013 at 06:18 PM
They don't have a clue how much yeast is inside the fermenter (from what I understand). I
thought it was pretty neat when they told me they just shoot the wort up from the very bottom
of the conical, ...
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