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Posted in thread: Flex Seal (As Seen on TV Stuff) inside a Keezer on 09-16-2014 at 01:43 PM
I'm having some slight rust problems around the inside bottom edges of my keezer. I'm wanting
to hit it with some CLR then seal it in some way. I thought about caulk but am afraid that
water can get u...
Posted in thread: Show us your bar!!!!! on 09-16-2014 at 01:15 PM
Here is my new bar. Still working on it.Love the old barn tin!I have some tin from the 1950s I
am saving for a tin roof over my bar. Its not as rusted as that as it still has a lot of the
Posted in thread: DIY Stainless Steel Fermenters on 09-11-2014 at 01:04 PM
This would be great as a "no chill container". Ive heard of people putting boiling wort in
corneys and then putting it in their ferm chamber. However the negative pressure scares me as
they weren't ma...
Posted in thread: Did I underpitch? on 09-03-2014 at 02:04 PM
I had my wife stop by the LHBS to get another vial, but after reading several threads it seemed
too risky to throw it in there. It was fermenting vigorously when I got home at 5pm (pitched at
Posted in thread: Did I underpitch? on 09-02-2014 at 07:51 PM
Just to correct my earlier post, I typed million several times while my brain was thinking
billion. Oops!Ha, was wondering about that earlier.Any harm in pitching a new vial ~10 hours
after pitching a...
Posted in thread: Did I underpitch? on 09-02-2014 at 06:50 PM
Just working with Brewers friend here for future use, while inputting my currently mentioned
brew.....My inputs:Wort Grav: 1.086Wort Volume: 5.25 galProbrewer 1.0 (High grav)Liquid Yeast1
Posted in thread: Did I underpitch? on 09-02-2014 at 02:53 PM
Dang....I thought the purpose of a starter was to avoid having to buy so many vials. Seems like
sometimes it'd be just easier to buy two or three vials than having to worry about measuring
Posted in thread: Did I underpitch? on 09-02-2014 at 01:39 PM
Made an imperial pumpkin ale.OG was 1.086.Used 1 vial White Labs London Ale.I made a 1.3 Liter
Starter (130 gr DME/1.3 Liter Water) with a stir plate. Stirred 24 hours, then cold crashed
overnight to ...
Posted in thread: Will 5 gallon imperial BIAB fit in keggle? on 08-28-2014 at 07:52 PM
Ok, I was calculating wrong.Last time I brewed a Nut Brown with 11.75 lbs of grain. I used 8.1
gallons water. Had about 0.08 gal/lb lost in grains and boiled off 1.75 gallons in an hour.
Wound up with...
Posted in thread: Will 5 gallon imperial BIAB fit in keggle? on 08-28-2014 at 06:38 PM
Doing an imperial pumpkin ale with 17 lbs 2-Row and 2 lbs of Crystal-20. So 19 total pounds. I
am going to mash in with 2.75 quarts per lb which gives me 52.25 quarts, or 13.0625 gallons.
Being the ke...