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Posted in thread: Need help with preparing Oats on 09-21-2016 at 11:29 PM
/ame]This may help...:)
Posted in thread: So who's brewing this weekend? on 09-15-2016 at 03:53 AM
I wish I was brewing...instead I'll be neck deep in an engine swap on my old ford
truck...sooner I get it done the sooner I can brew up a porter!!!!
Posted in thread: Brewed for the first time since my daughter was born on 09-10-2016 at 12:56 AM
Sounds like fun. I may do something similar. Do you have a recipe?
Posted in thread: Max boil size in a 3-gal pot? on 09-08-2016 at 03:44 AM
Keep in mind the weight on your glass cooktop as well. You probably don't wanna put 50 lbs on
it without checking the user manual as well. If you are gonna upgrade to a larger pot, a turkey
fryer is c...
Posted in thread: <$20 pH meters on 09-06-2016 at 05:32 PM
Yes, high quality electronics for 1999. So you have no problem with potentially a 17 year old
meter? Just making sure before I spend $50Thanks for the probe suggestionsWe regularly use 20
year old met...
Posted in thread: Max boil size in a 3-gal pot? on 09-05-2016 at 03:15 AM
Thanks! When you say "a little less than 2 gallons is your limit" for a full boil is that just
the amount of water you start with or does that include the grain/extract and hops? I find it
Posted in thread: Max boil size in a 3-gal pot? on 09-04-2016 at 06:18 PM
Full boils are recommended because it makes better beer. You get better hop utilization in a
full boil. It also just tastes better. But you can make pretty decent beer with a partial boil.
You just ha...
Posted in thread: <$20 pH meters on 09-04-2016 at 12:40 AM
Any suggestions for a decent probe? I read that the 295 has temperature correction, but needs a
3 in 1 probe.Also, how old are the 295's on Ebay? I downloaded a 295 user manual, and it has a
Posted in thread: <$20 pH meters on 08-27-2016 at 04:09 AM
Something to think about if you are looking to brew long term, you can always try and get lucky
on ebay and find a decent meter, and then buy a decent probe for about 90 bucks. I got a used
Posted in thread: Spike Brewing Kettle Giveaway on 07-29-2016 at 03:49 PM